It’s official: ‘Harley Quinn’ Season 3 is headed to HBO Max.
DC announced Friday that DC Universe, its subscription streaming service, will transform into a premium digital comics service called DC Universe Infinite. All DC Universe original shows — such as “Doom Patrol,” “Titans” and “Young Justice” — as well as key DC classics and other video content will be headed to HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s flagship streamer.
It was also announced that HBO Max has ordered a third season of ‘Harley Quinn’, now a Max Original. The adult animated series follows Harley Quinn (Kaley Cuoco) as she strives to make her own mark as a supervillain after she breaks up with the Joker.
During the show’s DC FanDome panel earlier this month, ‘Harley Quinn’ executive producer Justin Halpern explained that the team hopes to focus on Harley and Poison Ivy’s relationship in Season 3. The Season 2 finale saw the best friends drive off into the sunset together (while being chased by Gotham PD) after declaring their love for each other.
DC Universe Infinite is set to launch in the US on Jan. 21 with a catalogue of more than 24,000 comic books. Subscribers will have access to digital-first comics as well as a stream of new titles six months after their physical release. DC Universe Infinite original comics are also expected in the future. Membership will include access to exclusive fan events and unlimited offline reading.