HBO Max unveils first 'raunchy' trailer for 'Harley Quinn' Valentine's Day Special
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Valentine’s Day in Gotham, like everything else in the city, is a stranger affair than expected. HBO Max's new 'Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine's Day Special's brand-new trailer teases just that, a racy DC love-fest. The special holiday episode is debuting on HBO Max on Thursday, February 9, and features Kaley Cuoco as Harley Quinn and Lake Bell as Poison Ivy in the main series.
The 'Harley Quinn' animated series, praised for its spin on the superhero genre, concentrates on the title antagonist (Harley Quinn) and her aspirations to conquer Gotham with the aid of her crew. Following the Season 3 ending, this new holiday special serves as a bridge while 'Harley Quinn' Season 4 is being created.
In the trailer, Harley and Ivy engage in such intense sexual activity that Ivy unintentionally prompts all of Gotham's residents to strip off their clothing and "do it in the streets, like animals," in Harley's words. In the meantime, Bane asks the rhyming demon, Etrigan, for dating advice. Darkseid displays his new stone-faced fiancée, and Riddler pops the question to Clock King.
In addition to Cuoco and Bell, the cast includes Alan Tudyk, Matt Oberg, James Wolk, Natalie Morales, Chris Diamantopoulos, James Adomian, Jim Rash, Vanessa Marshall, Janet Varney, Rachel Dratch, Leila Birch, Tyler James Williams, Josh Helman, Casey Wilson, Michael Ironside. 'Harley Quinn' is produced by Delicious Non-Sequitur Productions and yes, Norman Productions in association with Warner Bros Animation. Executive Producers are Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, Dean Lorey, Jennifer Coyle, Kaley Cuoco, and Sam Register.
The 'Harley Quinn' story follows Harley after she splits from the Joker and tries to infiltrate Gotham as a villain. Along the way to becoming a villain, she renews her connection with Poison Ivy and makes new acquaintances with King Shark, Clayface, Frank, and Dr Psycho. The television show follows their interactions with other well-known DC figures, including the 'Injustice League' and the 'Justice League'.
Catch a glimpse of the raunchy ride with the trailer below:
'Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine’s Day Special' is set to premiere on Thursday, February 9. In the meantime, the three seasons of 'Harley Quinn' are available to watch on HBO Max.