Harley Quinn Season 3 : Since she was first made for Batman: The Animated Series in 1992, Harley Quinn has been a popular character. Her animated debut made her a well-known villain in comics, and she went on to play a role in more than just The Dark Knight’s story. For example, she was in The Suicide Squad, a movie by James Gunn, which came out not too long ago. Quinn has gone on to star in her own animated comedy show, which is called “Quinn,” and is about to get a third season.
The HBO Max streaming show is a half-hour animated show that follows Harley Quinn as she tries to find her own way in the criminal underworld of Gotham City after she just got rid of her boyfriend. The first season of the show came out in 2019, and there are now two seasons behind it. A third season is on the way. After DC Universe went away, it was hard for the Harley Quinn series to get a third season, but Warner Bros.’ new streaming service has made it possible for the show to continue.
Fans have been waiting for Kaley Cuoco’s antics to continue for two years, but they still don’t know when Harley Quinn Season 3 will come out. So, when will this long dry spell end? Lucky for us, it’s coming soon—very soon.
Harley Quinn Season 3 Release Date
The third season of the animated Harley Quinn show on HBO Max will start in late July, the streamer said today. On July 28, the first three episodes of the season will air, and then every week until September 15.
In Season 3, Harley (Kaley Cuoco) and Poison Ivy (Lake Bell) are nearing the end of their “Eat. Bang! Kill.” tour, which began at the end of Season 2 and was continued in a comic with the same name. When they get back to Gotham, the “new power couple of DC villainy” tries to carry out Ivy’s long-held plan to turn Gotham into a paradise-like Eden.
Harley Quinn Season 3 Trailer
The Season 3 teaser trailer starts with Harley giving Ivy a picture of a kidnapped Amanda Waller. Then, it cuts to a series of clips from the next season. It’s violent and naughty, and it’s everything we love and expect from an adult animated comedy.
King Shark (Ron Funches), Clayface (Alan Tudyk), Frank the Plant (JB Smoove), Kite Man (Matt Oberg), Batman (Dietrich Bader), Catwoman (Sanaa Lathan), and Commissioner Gordon (Christopher Meloni), among many others, are all along for the ride. James Gunn, who directed Guardians of the Galaxy, also shows up in the movie as himself.