What happens to Ivy and Harley at the end of Harley Quinn Season 3?
At the end of Harley Quinn Season 3, Ivy is offered the leadership of the Legion of Doom by Luthor, while Harley is celebrated as a hero. During the premiere of a biopic, Ivy plans to kill Mayor Joker as part of Luthor’s offer. However, Harley chooses to comfort Bruce instead. Ivy discusses her relationship with Joker, and Harley admits her fear of losing Ivy. Ivy assures Harley of her love and support. The film is a success, but Clayface’s impersonation is not believed. Joker announces Bruce’s arrest, and Bruce willingly faces the consequences. Harley becomes Bruce’s therapist and joins the Bat Family.
The show is produced by Delicious Non-Sequitur Productions and Yes, Norman Productions in association with Warner Bros. Animation. Halpern, Schumacker, Cuoco, and Peters, along with Sam Register, Jessica Goldstein, and Chrissy Pietrosh, are executive producers.
When will Harley Quinn Season 4 premiere and how many episodes will it have?
Harley Quinn Season 4 is set to premiere on July 27, 2023, on Max. It will consist of 10 episodes.
Harley Quinn Season 4 Episode Titles
Original Release Date
Gotham’s Hottest Hotties
July 27, 2023
Business Conference Without Chlamydia
Getting Ice Dick, Don’t Wait Up
Most Culturally Impactful Film Franchise
Potato Based Cloning Incident
The show was created by Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, and Dean Lorey and is produced by DC Universe. The series follows the story of Harley Quinn, the infamous villainess and former girlfriend of the Joker, as she sets out to establish her own criminal empire in Gotham City. The show takes a comedic and satirical approach to the DC Comics universe, with Harley and her crew getting into various misadventures and encounters with other iconic DC characters.
Max Revealed Exciting Original Shows in Development at Annecy Festival Presentation
During the Annecy International Animation Film Festival presentation, Max revealed several original shows currently in development. These include “Anything Factory,” “Uptown Bodega,” and “Keeping Up With the Joneses.” These shows are being added to the existing Max Originals slate overseen by Makkos.
The current Max Originals lineup includes the popular series “Velma,” “Clone High” (with season two currently in production for a 2024 debut), “Fired on Mars,” “Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake,” “Scavengers Reign” (which is competing at Annecy), and two DC spinoffs: “Kite Man: Hell Yeah!” (previously known as “Noonan’s”) and “Creature Commandos,” produced by James Gunn and Peter Safran. (Via Warner Bros. Discovery Press Release)