Is there room in the world for both Oliver Queen of Star City and Diana of Themyscira? The CW sure seems to think so, as plans have been revealed for the network's new show "Amazon," an origin story all about Wonder Woman, written by TV and comics veteran Allan Heinberg.
The producers of "Arrow," Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim, agree with that sentiment. Speaking with THR, both Berlanti and Guggenheim (who co-wrote the "Green Lantern" film) revealed their excitement over the possible new Wonder Woman series and its place in a world where "Arrow" already exists.
"If there's room for a thousand reality shows, hopefully there's room for a thousand shows like this," said Berlanti. "My hope is we're successful enough that we're all on the air together, that'd be great."
Guggenheim, meanwhile, is not just rooting for "Amazon." He's hoping the show might air on the same night as "Arrow."
"I think there's totally room for both shows," he said. "It would be fun to share a night with them; the CW programs two hours a night and that'd be a pretty kick-ass night of television."
As for whether or not a crossover between the two shows is in the cards, though? It doesn't sound likely.
"Our show definitely takes place in a much more realistic world," said "Arrow" executive producer Andrew Kreisberg. "There's no superpowers, superheroes and aliens. With Wonder Woman, Diana of Themyscira, there are superpowers. I don't foresee crossovers…"
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