Fans have been waiting for an update about the fate of Harley Quinn for quite some time now, and the news of a third season renewal should ease their concerns. The first two seasons of Harley Quinn managed to impress fans, and it will be interesting to see how the character and the narrative will move forward during the upcoming season.
The Hollywood Reporter shared in a report that Harley Quinn has been renewed for a third season and will now move from DC Universe to HBO Max.
In a separate report, Harley Quinn showrunners Patrick Schumacker and Justin Halpern spoke with Comicbook to express their excitement about the renewal. Schumacker revealed that they still need to “fill out the writing staff” while also “looking for new voices” ahead of the third season:
“We have to fill out the writing staff. Fortunately, quite a few of the writers that were with us for Seasons 1 and 2 are available still, possibly to their chagrin. But we are going to be looking for new voices for this season because we will have holes to fill, and new points of view that we will be looking for specifically moving forward. I think that’s the immediate step is solidifying who our staff is going to be moving forward.”
The report from Comicbook also mentioned that the showrunners “only learned the news two days ago, and said they have to get to work on the new episodes in earnest.”
Meanwhile, HBO Max confirmed the third season renewal of Harley Quinn by posting a new image from the hit animated series.