'Harley Quinn': Gotham is divided by the Batvillains in Season 2 trailer but Harley gets the smallest share
Following the explosive events of Season 1, Gotham's villains have been picking up Gotham's pieces for themselves and leaving Harley with the smallest part
It's a brand new day for Gotham after the Joker's (Alan Tudyk) bombs destroyed most of the city. Batman (Diedrich Bader) isn't anywhere to be seen, and considering he was lost in an explosion, he might never be seen again.
The villains of Gotham have all risen to the occasion, slicing Gotham up and leaving Harley Quinn (Kaley Cuoco) the smallest part of the pie.
Naturally, this is not a position that Harley Quinn finds acceptable, and while Gotham's seasoned supervillains are going to be gunning for her, she's going to be gunning for a bigger slice of Gotham City. The new trailer can be seen below:
The trailer features new characters Mr Freeze (Alfred Molina) and Catwoman (Sanaa Lathan). Mr Freeze already has a seat at the Gotham's villain table, and we see a quick glimpse of the territories that Gotham's villains have made all their own.
It's notable that the map does, indeed, show that 'Harley Quinn' Season 2 will be picking up elements from 'No Man's Land,' during which Gotham was abandoned in a cataclysmic earthquake, and divided into territories each ruled by a different villain.
Also notable is the tiny island that Gotham's villains assign to Harley, down in the far right corner of the map.
The trailer shows that the Riddler (Jim Rash) is starting his own university, accepting enrollment. Bane (James Adomain) has a misspelled Banetown, the Penguin (Wayne Knight), of course, his Iceberg Lounge, Harvey Dent (Andrew Daly) owns a ruined courthouse, and perhaps most fittingly of all, Mr Freeze resides in a giant snowglobe.
Though Batman is nowhere to be seen, we are given a glimpse of Batgirl voiced by Kaley Cuoco's own sister, Briana Cuoco, and of Catwoman — though it appears Catwoman is firmly on the side of the villains.
It looks like an all-out war has come to Gotham City, and Harley Quinn is front and center with a bat wrapped in barbed wire and with her loyal crew of King Shark (Ron Funches), Doctor Psycho (Tony Hale), and Clayface (Alan Tudyk) by her side — not to mention her best friend, Poison Ivy (Lake Bell).
However, with the Parademons seen in the trailer, even Harley might not be the baddest villain on Gotham streets if Darkseid's coming to town.
'Harley Quinn' Season 2 arrives on April 3 on the DC Universe.