DC-Universe - Binge all episodes of Harley Quinn on DC Universe now

By Mulder, 26 june 2020

With the season two finale airing today, the complete second season of Dc Universe’s original animated comedy, Harley Quinn, is available to binge exclusively on DC Universe.

Following the crazy antics of Harley and her crew, this explosive season takes viewers through Harley’s journey as she finds her own identity in a post-Joker Gotham. As Harley tries to defeat the Injustice League and take over Gotham, this season introduces iconic DC characters like Catwoman and Batgirl, and sees the return of the Justice League. With a focus on the love developing between Harley and Ivy, this season also shows romance with members within the Justice League, Joker’s new family, and the heartbreak Kite Man endures as his relationship with Ivy crumbles.

The series follows Harley Quinn's adventures after she breaks up with the Joker and her attempt to join the Legion of Doom, forming her own crew consisting of Poison Ivy, Clayface, Doctor Psycho, King Shark, and Sy Borgman.[2] When she finally achieves this goal however, she inadvertently distances herself from her newfound friends and continues to face problems from the Joker, who refuses to accept the idea of Harley becoming a supervillain on her own. In the season one finale, the Joker manages to take over Gotham, only to be defeated by Harley and her crew. In a final act of retaliation, he destroys the entire city, resulting in the apparent deaths of both him and Batman.

In the second season, Gotham City has become isolated from the rest of the United States, allowing the newly-formed Injustice League to take over Gotham's ruins and divide it between them. After they refuse to let Harley join, she works with her crew to take them down one by one in order to claim Gotham for herself, in the process unwittingly inspiring Barbara Gordon to become Batgirl. Meanwhile, both the Joker and Batman are revealed to have survived, the former now sane and with no memory of his old self while the latter, unable to fight crime due to his injuries, names Batgirl his temporary replacement as Gotham's defender until he recovers. Following the Injustice League's defeat, Commissioner Gordon restores order to Gotham while Harley begins to develop feelings for Ivy. Concurrently, Doctor Psycho leaves the crew and attempts to conquer the world on his own, taking control of a Parademon army. To stop him, Harley joins forces with the Justice League, Gordon, and the Joker; reluctantly restoring the Joker back to his former self in the process. While the League defeat the Parademons, Harley and Ivy defeat Psycho, but he reveals a memory of them sleeping together, right before Ivy's wedding with Kite Man. Though Ivy and Kite Man attempt to continue on, after Gordon busts the wedding, Kite Man realizes Ivy does not love him and breaks up with her. While running from Gordon together, Ivy finally admits her feelings for Harley.

Fans can also catch DC Daily’s recent interview with Harley Quinn’s Jason Alexander, who voices everyone’s favorite landlord Sy Borgman, as he talks about his quarantine hobbies, his experience on the show and the fate of his beloved Harley Quinn character.

The first two seasons of Harley Quinn and DC Daily can be streamed exclusively on DC Universe

Harley Quinn
Based on Harley Quinn by Paul Dini, Bruce Timm
Developed by Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker Dean Lorey
Voices of Kaley Cuoco, Lake Bell, Ron Funches, Tony Hale, Jason Alexander, J. B. Smoove, Alan Tudyk
Music by Jefferson Friedman
Executive producers : Dean Lorey, Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, Kaley Cuoco, Sam Register
Editors : James Atkinson, Annie De Brock, Craig Paulsen, Charles Breiner
Production companies : Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment, Yes, Norman Productions
Ehsugadee Productions
Distributor : Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Original network : DC Universe

(Source : press release)