The latest trailer for DC Universe's Harley Quinn adult animated series debuted at San Diego Comic-Con. Kaley Cuoco gives the titular character her voice and also serves as an executive producer on the upcoming show.
The anti-hero's hardcore attitude is intact as the first trailer barreling out of San Diego Comic-Con features a more zany look at Harley Quinn and friends with a bit of an edge. There's plenty of foul language and a ton of violent action featured in the latest look at the series. In other words, DC fans are more than likely going to be excited for the show to premiere this fall.
Harley Quinn is being marketed as an adult comedy, which focuses on the Gotham Queenpin after she breaks up with the Joker and heads out on her own. From there she joins arms with Poison Ivy and a pretty random crew of other friends and associates, including Catwoman and the Scarecrow. The new trailer gives us more of an overview of the entire series, along with showing the Caped Crusader having an awkward time with Quinn. It looks like a lot of fun and it stays true to the character's personality without getting too dark.
Harley Quinn is all set to debut on the DC Universe this fall, while Margot Robbie takes things in a different direction starting early next year. Robbie recently wrapped production on the Birds of Prey movie, which will see the anti-hero in a new R-rated adventure without the Joker around to tell her what to do. Robbie is reprising the role from 2016's Suicide Squad, which took the character into the world of popular culture. The animated series takes some of the same look from the 2016 movie, but with a much different tone.
DC Universe also unveiled news about other upcoming projects, including Doom Patrol, Titans, and Young Justice: Outsiders. Out of the three, Doom Patrol is the outlier as it will also stream on HBO Max, which is from a new deal with Warner Bros. The deal may spread to other shows at some point down the line, but that will be announced at a later date. For now, DC fans can focus their attention on the arrival of Harley Quinn later this fall.
In addition to Kaley Cuoco, Harley Quinn also features the voice talent of Lake Bell, Alan Tudyk, Ron Funches, J.B. Smoove, Jason Alexander, Wanda Sykes, Giancarlo Esposito, Natalie Morales, Jim Rash, Diedrich Bader, Tony Hale, and Chris Meloni. The animated series is executive produced by Patrick Schumacker and Justin Halpern, and adds supervising producer Jennifer Coyle, who premiered the pilot episode of the upcoming adult animated comedy series at San Diego Comic-Con to a very enthusiastic crowd. Marvel Studios may have been raging last night, but DC was having a pretty fun party at the same time. You can check out the trailer for Harley Quinn below, thanks to the Warner Bros. TV YouTube channel.