Honestly they could do a story where she thinks she molded from clay, but that was a lie or a euphemism by her mother and she looks for her father in the real world. She would go into the world wearing the crazy amazon armor and figure out that isn't normal there and therefore dump that stuff for street clothes. She can then go around in those street clothes until some final episode jazz where she finds the classic wonder women suit. The story itself would be her finding clues for who her father is while meeting guest appearances as so and so and doing the occasional fight. Maybe someone from the island is jealous of her and she's the big bad. This is all speculative and made up in ten seconds of thought, but it would be an okay adaptation of wonder women for a t.v show.
@Bogey: Not really sure if that even counts considering that was more of a giant joke thing as they ignored how the characters would have done things. Like spiderman pretty much had a non-existent spider sense in that.
@Onemoreposter: I read the million series some time ago, but I hadn't seen the Batman 2919. However the premise of that being, as you stated, a thousand years of experience. Batman Mil has a lot of initial advantages for simply being in a more advanced time, but if they were to face off, it could be anyones game.
That if for some reason the Multiverses were forced to fight each other, who would win? Batman versus Kingdom Come Batman? Silver Age Superman versus Elseworld Civil War Superman? But maybe the better question would be, which of these fights would prove to be the most spectacular and actually worthy enough to be a story itself?
I honestly think they're going to have Hal's insane willpower make him turn the power of the Black Ring for good and lead the corps into a new path. Because let's be honest, he isn't being brain controlled here.