Well, she still looks wonderful.
Lynda Carter, the 70's era starlet who brought 'Wonder Woman' to life for three seasons from 1975-1978, will resurface this fall on the CW's 'Supergirl'.
'Supergirl' star Melissa Benoist posted a pic of the two super heroines together to promote season two of the show.
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"Met a wonderful woman today," Benoist wrote next to the black-and-white pic on her Instagram.
Carter won't be donning her red, white and blue leotard this time around, as her role has her playing the president of the United States.
While Carter brought the role to prominence on the small screen in the 70's, Wonder Woman has enjoyed a significant resurgence in recent months. Gal Gadot reintroduced the super heroine to the big screen earlier this year in the blockbuster, if critically maligned, 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.' Gadot is set to reprise the role in the upcoming standalone film 'Wonder Woman' and 2017's Justice League.'
Carter last appeared in a 2013 episode of 'Two and a Half Men' and in 2007 did a guest spot on another superhero-themed show 'Smallville.'