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DC fans have been waiting for one of the most anticipated series of 2022, Harley Quinn. 

One of the badass and fan’s favorite characters of DC Comics, Harley Quinn, is soon returning to screens.

The American adult animated series, Harley Quinn, was renewed for its third season on September 18. 2020 hasn’t got a release date yet, and fans are going crazy since the wait for the third season doesn’t end.

Based on the character created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, the series premiered on DC Universe to critical success on November 29, 2019. The series received fantastic reviews from audiences.
The second season was premiered on April 3, 2020, and last aired on June 20, 2020. Both of the seasons had thirteen episodes each.

It’s been two years, but there’s still no update regarding the third season release date. But there’s good news for fans that the third season has wrapped up production, so there are still chances that we might get to see the series hitting screens in late 2022.

On March 4, 2022, showrunner Patrick Schumacker dropped the news via Twitter that audio mixing for Season 3 has just wrapped, meaning production is undoubtedly on track for release in 2022.

Fans might soon get to see a trailer for the third season; once the trailer is out, fans might be able to predict the story of the upcoming season.

In October 2021, HBO did release a “first look” at Season 3, a 2:53 minute teaser featuring a partially animated storyboard, which was released as part of last year’s DC Fandom Event.

Season 3 might also have thirteen episodes, and it will premiere on HBO Max; previously announced that the show would move to HBO Max following the restructuring of the DC Universe.

The production cost of the series includes Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, and Dean Lorey, who developed the series and served as executive producers along with Kaley Cuoco, and Sam Register.

The voice cast of the show includes Kaley Cuoco as Harley Quinn, Lake Bell as Poison Ivy, Ron Funches as king shark, Alan Tudyk as Joker, Clayface, Calendar Man, Doctor Trap, Condiment King, and many more.

 

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