There has been a DC Universe ever since the debut of The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson (The Devil All the Time) and Zoe Kravitz (KIMI), as well as the success of James Gunn’s Suicide Squad and the smash sequel series Peacemaker.
DC and Warner Bros. appear to have re-energized the fan base by changing both the franchise’s direction and marketing strategy. Fans of DC’s Harley Quinn have had to put up with a long wait for Season 3.
Production for Season 3 of Harley Quinn began in September 2020, with showrunners Patrick Schumacker (Abbot Elementary) and Justin Halpern (Powerless) revealing that the next chapter in the tale would be completed by the end of 2021 or the beginning of 2022.
Three months into the year 2022, fans are wondering when their favorite female anti-hero, her sidekick in crime, and their beloved gang of misfits will return to television. That’s all we know about it at this point.
When will the third season of DC’s Harley Quinn premiere?
If you haven’t seen the third season of Harley Quinn, it will premiere on HBO Max on July 28, 2022, which means we won’t have to wait long to see our heroes again. It’s worth noting, though, that the first two episodes of the third season will be shown at San Diego Comic-Con. This year’s Comic-Con begins on July 21 and runs through July 24. There is no definite date for the preview show.
— Harley Quinn (@dcharleyquinn) October 16, 2021
Season 3 of HBO Max was given a “first look” back in October of 2021. The DC Fandom Event last year featured the publication of a 2:53 minute teaser with a partially animated storyboard, as reported by the tough tackle.
Other than Harley and Ivy, who are now a couple, wreaking havoc, it doesn’t reveal much about the story other than the fact that Harley refers to their antics as the Eat, Bang, Kill Tour. In August of last year, a six-issue spin-off comic book series of the same name began publication. In between Seasons 2 and 3, the Eat, Bang, Kill Tour comics follow Harley and Ivy on their cross-country road trip as they are chased by GCPD’s Commissioner Gordon, who has left Kite Man at the altar.
In the DC Fandom teaser, Harley Quinn herself broke the fourth wall to explain that “animation takes forever!” to all of the “women, gents, theys, gays” who had been patiently waiting for the season to be completed.
Season 3’s first teaser trailer was released on the 28th of June. It’s finally here: the long-anticipated first look at the new season’s crazy antics, which include Harley and Ivy as an official couple, the introduction of Swamp Thing, Catwoman and Batman getting steamy, and an odd cameo by James Gunn and Clayface.
Harley Quinn Season 3’s Cast and Characters Have Yet to Be Revealed
There have been numerous statements from showrunners Schumacker and Halpern indicating that fans should expect to see more DC heroes and villains in Season 3. Aside from the aforementioned characters, they’ve also confirmed the appearances of the Mad Hatter and Clock King as well as Nightwing.
Once again, we’re left in the dark as to who will be playing these roles.
While we do know that Harvey Guillén, from What We Do in the Shadows, has been hired as Nightwing, little more is known about the cast. It’s possible, however, that the show-runners may surprise and excite fans with whomever they hire. The show’s amazing guest star list includes Frankie Muniz from Malcolm in the Middle, Jessica Walters from Archer, and Jameela Jamil from A Good Place.
On Twitter in March of that year, Schumacker hinted at a surprise guest appearance. According to the tough tackle team, the person who tweeted the tweet may have been a member of James Gunn’s Suicide Squad. A fictional version of James Gunn has been confirmed for the new season.
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Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Clayface are among the returning cast members for Season 3 of The Punisher. Other returning cast members include Ron Funches as King Shark, Tony Hale as Dr. Psycho, Matt Oberg as Kite Man, Jason Alexander as Sy Borgman, Diedrich Bader as Batman/Bruce Wayne, and Christopher Meloni (Happy) as Commissioner Gordo.
The third season of Harley Quinn is now available to stream online
A year after the first season aired in 2019, the second followed in 2020 on the now-defunct DC Universe subscription streaming service. HBO Max has a new home for Harley Quinn, as well as much of DC’s content, including the Zack Snyder edit of Justice League and James Gunn’s Peacemaker starring John Cena (Vacation Friends). The first and second seasons of Harley Quinn can presently be seen on demand.