Harley Quinn season 4 renewal announced by HBO Max

Dark comedy superhero series Harley Quinn has been renewed for a fourth season, HBO Max has confirmed ahead of the season 3 finale on September 15.

The show revolves around the DC character, Harley Quinn, who realises that Joker does not love her. After breaking up, she attempts to prove herself as a competent villain.

The official synopsis for Harley Quinn season 3 reads:

“In season three of the biting and uproarious adult animated comedy series, Harley Quinn (Kaley Cuoco) and Poison Ivy (Lake Bell) wrap up their ‘Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour’ and return to Gotham as the new power couple of DC villainy.

“Along with their ragtag crew – King Shark (Ron Funches), Clayface (Alan Tudyk), Frank the Plant (JB Smoove) – ‘Harlivy’ strives to become the best version of themselves while also working towards Ivy’s long-desired plan of transforming Gotham into an Eden paradise.”

Sarah Peters, writer on the series from season 1, and currently a consulting producer, has been promoted to showrunner and executive producer.

The voice-actors are Kaley Cuoco (Harley Quinn), Lake Bell (Poison Ivy), Ron Funches (King Shark), JB Smoove (Frank the Plant), Alan Tudyk (Clayface/The Joker), Matt Oberg (Kite Man), Christopher Meloni (Commissioner Gordon), Andy Daly (Two-Face), Diedrich Bader (Batman/Bruce Wayne), James Adomian (Bane), Sanaa Lathan (Selina Kyle), Briana Cuoco (Batgirl/Barbara Gordon), Harvey Guillen (Nightwing).

HBO Max Senior Vice President of Comedy & Animation Billy Wee talked about the renewal:

“Patrick Schumacker, Justin Halpern and their incredible team of artists and writers have created something so explosively funny and original and we are thrilled to continue this journey with them and the show’s legion of fans.

“It has been amazing to watch the show grow and evolve this season and we could not ask for a more talented and dedicated team of collaborators.”

No release window for the new season has been currently decided.


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