'Harley Quinn' Season 2: Release date, plot, cast and all you need to know about the DC Universe animated comedy
Harley Quinn has quashed her enemies, achieved her dreams, and burned Gotham to the ground. What could possibly be next? Find out, this April!
'Harley Quinn' sees Harley (Kaley Cuoco) break up with the Joker (Alan Tudyk), and establish her career as a major Gotham villain with the help of a new crew and her closest friend, Poison Ivy (Lake Bell). The series ended February 21, but Season 2 has already been announced with a release date just around the corner. Last season left Gotham in pretty dire straits, but with a comedy as wacky as 'Harley Quinn,' anything could happen in the season ahead. Keep an eye out on this page for news, updates, and trailers regarding the new season!
'Harley Quinn' Season 2 will release on DC Universe on April 3.
The show follows Harley Quinn, a former sidekick to the insane Batvillain, the Joker. Realizing that the Joker never cared for her, Harley Quinn broke up with him, established a new crew, and with the help of them and Poison Ivy established a new career as a major Gotham villain. This incensed the Joker enough to take over Gotham City, and when he was defeated by Harley Quinn - once again, with Poison Ivy at her side - the Joker set off explosions all over the city. Gotham City is left a beautiful pile of rubble, with Harley Quinn and her crew looking on.
Kaley Cuoco voices the titular Harley Quinn. Kaley Cuoco is best known for her role as Penny on 'The Big Bang Theory.' She has also starred in '8 Simple Rules,' 'Monster Allergy,' and 'The Wedding Ringer.'
Lake Bell has worked on 'Bojack Horseman,' 'Boston Legal,' 'Wet Hot American Summer' and 'In a World.' She voices Poison Ivy, a misanthropic DC villain with the power to control plant life, and is Harley Quinn's closest friend.
Alan Tudyk voices Clayface, a hammy, shapeshifting member of Harley Quinn's crew who is obsessed with his skills as an actor. Tudyk also voices the Joker, although after the events of Season 1 either killing or curing the Joker, it is uncertain as to whether or not Harley's former flame will be making an appearance. Tudyk has been the voice of K2SO on 'Star Wars: Rogue One,' and starred as another DC villain - Mr. Nobody - on 'Doom Patrol.'
The cast also includes Ron Funches as King Shark, Jason Alexander as Sy Borgman, and Tony Hale as Doctor Psycho.
Justin Halpern, Dean Lorey, Patrick Schumacker are the creators and showrunners of the series.
On Feb 22, a day after the finale of Seaon 1, DC Universe announced its second season would be coming soon, with this tweet:
There are currently no trailers for Season 2 of 'Harley Quinn.'
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