Season 3 of Harley Quinn: Everything We Know So Far!

Season 3 of Harley Quinn is set to premiere in 2022, and SXSW has just revealed fresh details about the series! The most pressing question, though, is how far DC will allow this wacky series to go. Yes, DC sought to block a potential scene in the crazy cartoon programme Harley Quinn, despite the fact that it perfectly fits.

Since binge-watching the first two seasons of Harley Quinn, one of HBO Max’s best shows, it’s been one of our most anticipated programmes for the future seasons. It begins with Harley and Mr J’s (again) breakup and then follows Ms Quinn through the hardships of making a reputation for herself among Gotham’s supervillains.

All of your favourite Gotham characters appear, albeit as twisted versions of their comic book counterparts. Commissioner Gordon stands out among the crowd, while Bane still has a lot of unanswered concerns. Here’s what we know about Harley Quinn season 3 thus far, which is a must-see for any HBO Max subscription. Oh, and there will be spoilers for Harley Quinn seasons 1 and 2 below, of course.

And once you get into the series, you’ll notice that this Harley isn’t the same (and a lot more mature) as the one that appeared in Batman: The Animated Series. For starters, she has her own gang of mischievous want to be villains, including Doctor Psycho, who is rather sexist. King Shark and Clayface, on the other hand, have proven to be the actual scene-stealers of the group.

Of course, the huge revelation from the season 2 conclusion will almost certainly be the focus of Harley Quinn’s season 3. Ms Quinn and Poison Ivy were on the run from Ivy’s own wedding when we last saw them. Yes, the romance that was teased throughout Season 2 has finally materialised. We’re interested in how Kite Man, Ivy’s now-ex-fiancee, is reacting to the news.

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Season 3 of Harley Quinn News and Updates:

“We have an episode that’s a big love letter to ‘Batman: The Animated Series,'” writer/producer Patrick Schumacker stated at SXSW 2022, referring to the episode in which Quinn originally appeared on the show. “Some original backgrounds from the show that we use in the episode,” they said.

Season 3 of Harley Quinn

James Gunn will make an appearance in the future season, in which he will portray himself. The director plans to make a film about Thomas Wayne.

A Sneak Peeks at the Third Season of Harley Quinn:

This isn’t a trailer for a movie. But that’s what we’ll see at DC Fandom 2021 for Harley Quinn. It’s a rough set of storyboards with Ivy and Harley as visual assets. Check it out for yourself, and laugh at Gordon’s ongoing anarchy.

Release Date Rumours for Harley Quinn season 3:

Even the individuals in charge of Harley Quinn season 3 are unsure. “I think it’ll probably come out at the very end of this year or the very beginning of next year, just because animation takes so long,” showrunner Justin Halpern said on the Masters of None podcast. That would be late 2021 or early 2022.

He also mentioned that in season 3, we’ll get a standalone Joker episode, as well as another episode set in a character’s mind.

Oh, and Harley Quinn will only be seen on HBO Max (which is on all the best streaming devices). According to Deadline, the show will no longer be available on the DC Universe service, where it first aired. Original programming is being phased out of that service.

Season 3 cast of Harley Quinn:

The rogue’s gallery of villains and heroes in Harley Quinn has been as complex as any programme, which is often to the point. Alan Tudyk has played Calendar Man, Doctor Trap, and Condiment King in addition to Clayface and Joker.

Below is a list of people that are scheduled to return for Harley Quinn season 3, as well as some fresh names behind the mics. Sam Richardson (Veep) has joined the project, according to Patrick Schumacker (writer/producer for the show). He left out the name of the character Richardson will play.

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Who Else Might Be Able to Be Heard?

Halpern is searching for a trio of villains to be voiced by Nathan Fielder, John Wilson, and Joe Pera, among others. In other words, “villains with incredibly timid, old man voices.” He immediately followed up by confirming that The Mad Hatter will appear in Harley Quinn season 3.

Kite Man, according to Halpern and Schumacker, will not constitute a threat to Ivy and Quinn’s relationship. That interview also confirmed that Bane would never be killed off, so Gotham is stuck with him. “We’ll kill practically any character that isn’t Harley or Ivy,” Halpern said, “but we’ll never kill Bane.”

Harley Quinn is played by Kaley Cuoco, Poison Ivy is played by Lake Bell, and Cheryl is played by Cheryl.
Clayface, Joker, and a slew of other characters are played by Alan Tudyk.

Kite Man is played by Matt Oberg.
Doctor Psycho is played by Tony Hale.

Ron Funches in the role of King Shark
Sy Borgman is played by Jason Alexander.

Frank the Plant is played by J. B. Smoove.
Diedrich Bader in the role of Batman

Bane is played by James Adomian.
Lex Luthor is played by Giancarlo Esposito.

Sanaa Lathan in the role of Catwoman
Commissioner Christopher Meloni Gordon, James
Robin is played by Jacob Tremblay.

Nightwing confirmed for Harley Quinn season 3?

The minds behind Harley Quinn are dabbling in the sort of decoder-ring games that you’d expect from other Batman villains. “So thrilled for y’all to find out which new characters show up [for] season 3,” wrote writer and producer Patrick Schumacker in a tweet with photographs of M. Night Shamalayan and a chicken wing.

Season 3 of Harley Quinn

It didn’t take The Riddler long to figure out that he’s referring to Nightwing, Dick Grayson’s alter-ego. There’s no indication yet on who will play the character.

Harley Quinn season 3 Controversy:

According to Variety, DC Comics wanted to prevent certain provocative conduct from appearing in the third season of Harley Quinn. According to Halpern, “There was a scene when Batman was stomping on Catwoman. ‘You can’t do that,’ DC replied. You’re not going to be able to do that.’ ‘Heroes don’t do that,’ they say.”

DC’s team attempted to justify its actions by stating “For heroes, we sell consumer toys. It’s difficult to market a toy when Batman is also wreaking havoc on someone.” It’s unknown whether the sequence made it or not.

While you wait for more information, check out our guide on how to watch the Batman movies so you can relive Gotham’s darkest days (without Ivy). We’ve also included all of the information on the upcoming film The Flash.

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