Based on the identically named DC Comics character, Harley Quinn is an adult animated series with a ton of made-up superheroes. Will Harley Quinn season 3 exist? Let’s investigate!
The characters in the program frequently engage in cold-blooded warfare against one another and display mature animosity against one another.
The program has a positive Rotten Tomatoes (94%) and IMDB rating (8.1/10). Some adult viewers find the program to be quite harsh and full of mindless humor, and it is not intended for teenagers or younger people.
Here is everything we know about season 3 of Harley Quinn!
Harley Quinn Season 3 Release Date Announced!
Next month, Harley Quinn will finally make a comeback on television.
The adult animated comedy, which previously aired on DC Universe for two seasons, will launch as an HBO Max Original on Thursday, July 28 in the US.
The character’s voice actress Kaley Cuoco released the teaser trailer and the official release date on Instagram, writing: “The wait is almost over!!… LFG!”
Harley Quinn Season 3 Cast
The major voiceovers and other well-known celebrity guest voiceovers are anticipated for season 3. The whole casts are listed below:
Kaley Cuoco as Harley Quinn, the lead character’s voice over
James Gunn as a fictional version of himself
Lake Bell as Poison Ivy
Alan Tudyk as Clayface
Ron Funches as King Shark
Tony Hale as Dr.Psycho
Matt Oberg as Kite Man
Jason Alexander as Sy Borgmen
Diedrich Bader as Batman
Christopher Meloni as Commissioner Gordon
Sam Richardson is in an undisclosed role.
Harley Quinn Season 3 Storyline
In Season 2 of Harley Quinn, we saw Harley and Ivy get closer and start dating. In the climactic scene, Ivy and Kite Man (Matt Oberg) fled their wedding and Harley left Gotham.
The third season of the show will follow the two as they manage their budding romance while maintaining their control over Gotham’s underbelly.
The Court of Owls, a secret society and criminal organization that includes some of Gotham’s wealthiest and most connected citizens, will also be featured in the upcoming season, along with Swamp Thing and other DC characters.
Cuoco has hinted that the upcoming series “gets crazier and more wild” in the past.
She described Harley and Ivy as “enjoying life, adoring each other, fighting.” The main focus of this season is their relationship, which is both amusing and really touching.
The renowned Gotham dive bar Noonan’s, currently known as Noonan’s, will have its own dedicated 10-episode animated series based there, HBO revealed in April.
In the DC series, Oberg will once again play Kite Man, who will partner up with Golden Glider (who has not yet been cast) as they commit crimes on the side to pay for the venue they want to buy.
“We adore the colorful and entertaining world of Harley Quinn so much we just had to produce a spin-off,” HBO Max (Raised By Wolves Season 3) original comedy and adult animation EVP Suzanna Makkos said in a statement. “And who better to focus it around than the outcast Kite Man.”
At Noonan’s, where customers may let off steam after a hard day of mayhem, [executive producers] Justin [Halpern], Patrick [Schumacker], and Dean [Lorey] have built the ideal neighborhood hangout for Gotham City’s not-so-finest.
Where To Watch Harley Quinn Season 3?
Both the first and second seasons had their debuts on the now-defunct DC Universe streaming service in 2019. Since then, the majority of DC programming, including the Justice League Zack Snyder cut and James Gunn’s Peacemaker starring John Cena, has found a new home on HBO Max (Hacks Season 3) (Vacation Friends). Online streaming of Harley Quinn seasons 1 and 2 is presently available.
Harley Quinn Season 3 Trailer
Here is the HBO-released season trailer that fans have been eagerly awaiting.
The Season 3 teaser begins with Harley giving Ivy a kidnapped Amanda Waller, then cuts to a montage of scenes from the upcoming season. Everything we’ve come to know and anticipate from the adult animated comedy is present in this nasty, horny film.
King Shark (Ron Funches), Clayface (Alan Tudyk), Frank the Plant (JB Smoove), Kite Man (Matt Oberg), Batman (Diedrich Bader), Catwoman (Sanaa Lathan), and Commissioner Gordon (Christopher Meloni) are just a few of the characters that are riding along for the adventure.