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Harley Quinn Series Will Head In An Obvious Direction, If Season 3 Happens

During DC FanDome, the cast and producers discuss the possibility of Season 3.


While Season 2 of Harley Quinn came to a close on HBO Max and DC Universe back in June, everyone is eyeing a third season, which has not been announced yet. At the recent DC FanDome convention, the cast and crew discussed where this show will go in future episodes.

Consider this your warning for spoilers. At the end of Season 2, Poison Ivy and Kite Man didn't go through with their wedding--and a Commissioner Gordon infiltrating the wedding is the catalyst to that break up--and in the fallout, Harley Quinn and Ivy kissed, and Ivy confessed her feelings for Quinn.

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So where do you go next? The answer is pretty obvious. "We want to focus on Harley and Ivy's relationship," explained executive producer Justin Halpern during the Harley Quinn panel. "And I'm less, personally, interested in if the Joker gets a new girlfriend than I am of 'let's explore this relationship we've spent two seasons building.'"

Of course, the show would have to get picked up for a third season for that to happen, and supervising producer Jennifer Coyle could only respond with "I hope so."

So time will tell if the animated series comes back for a Season 3. However, just because the focus may be on Ivy and Quinn as a couple, that doesn't mean it's not going to be ultra-violent, over-the-top, and downright hilarious--with enough cussing to make your mama blush.

And speaking of Season 3, during the DC FanDome event, it was revealed that Doom Patrol is coming back for a third year. However, it won't be on DC Universe. The show is going to be exclusive to HBO Max.

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