The second effort to bring Wonder Woman to television was successful, although it took two pilots—one starring blonde tennis player Cathy Lee Crosby and then a second with Lynda Carter, who would star in the series. But there was a third effort much later, with a pilot produced in 2011. It's nowhere near as bad as the 1967 version, but it's certainly not good. This Wonder Woman was produced and written by David E. Kelley, of Ally McBeal fame, who certainly left his mark on it. Adrianne Palicki played the title role, with Elizabeth Hurley as the villainous Veronica Cale.
In this incarnation, Wonder Woman publicly goes by the name Diana Themyscira, and runs a corporation to support her costumed crimefighting. She also has a secret identity as Diana Prince, which she uses to avoid the public eye. Much of the pilot revolves around her efforts to balance her life as a corporate Wonder Woman with her desire to be a normal woman, while also thwarting the evil Veronica Cale, who's selling deadly drugs that give people superpowers. Wonder Woman uses her lasso in fight scenes, but at one point breaks a man's arm to get information from him, implying that her "Lasso of Truth" doesn't serve its literal function. There's no mention of Amazons, although that may well have been revealed if the pilot had gone to series.
Palicki has a pretty good look for Wonder Woman, and acts the role as best she can given the script. However, the costume does her no favors, with the elements that should be metal looking unmistakably like plastic, to give the whole thing the air of a Halloween party. Palicki did later get to prove herself as a superhero, playing Bobbi Morse, a.k.a. Mockingbird, on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.