“Harley Quinn”: New Bat. New Squad. New Attitude. Problem With That? [OFFICIAL TRAILER]

So far, we’ve liked what we’ve seen from DC Universe‘s adult-oriented animated series Harley Quinn. The streaming service had teased fans with minor details about the series going back to 2018’s New York Comic Con (NYCC), and since that time we’ve gotten to see more of the mayhem awaits (more on that below).

So it was only appropriate that this year’s NYCC would be the occasion to reveal that the Kaley Cuoco-starrer (with The Big Bang Theory alum also executive producing) will storm onto the streamer starting November 29 – with executive producers Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker making the reveal during the DC Universe presentation.

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Now with the series set to swing for the fences when it debuts later this month, DC Universe is giving fans a brand new trailer to get them in the mood – because Ms. Quinn doesn’t settle for second-best… and neither does the Legion of Doom:

Last month, Cuoco, Halpern, Schumacker, and members of the voice cast took viewers behind the scenes to let them know that Ms. Quinn has said goodbye to The Clown Prince of Crime (watching Alan Tudyk‘s Joker laugh as it happens is pretty sweet) and is set on being the “queenpin” of Gotham City’s underworld.

Three small problems: she has the Joker as a constant threat… she has Batman patrolling the streets and rooftops… and there’s a pretty good chance that one of the super-villain idiots she’s surrounded herself with might just get her killed by “(un)friendly fire.”

But hey – she’s always got Poison Ivy…

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Here’s a look at what viewers can expect when Harley Quinn takes over DC Universe later this year:

The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco lead the charge (and leads the series) over the past few months to keep fans posted on Ms. Quinn’s travels, taking to social media to give the people what they want: as much Harley news as possible. Cuoco shared a look, which confirmed three things: Harley still has “the crazy eyes,” still understands the proper use of a baseball bat, and is still set to premiere Fall 2019:

Here’s a look at a few seconds from the upcoming animated series – and while the moments may be brief, they’re enough to give us a sense that this Harley doesn’t take orders from anyone – even if their nickname is “puddin”:

At NYCC 2018, Warner Bros. Animation unveiled a first-look at the upcoming animated series with a special video created specifically for the con. After the screening, Cuoco took the stage – giving attendees the first opportunity to welcome the actress to the role and learn of her take on the character – and as you can see from the following clip, Cuoco has definitely been doing her homework:

THE BIG BANG THEORY’s Kaley Cuoco stars as the voice of Gotham’s criminal queenpin Harley Quinn in the new animated series for the DC UNIVERSE digital subscription service.

Joining Cuoco on the voice cast for DC Universe’s animated series Harley Quinn are Lake Bell (Wet Hot American Summer) as Dr. Pamela Isley/ Poison Ivy, Alan Tudyk (Doom Patrol) as The Joker, Ron Funches (Powerless), JB Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Jason Alexander (Seinfeld), Wanda Sykes (Black-ish), Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad), Natalie Morales (Bojack Horseman), Jim Rash (Community), Rahul Kohli (iZombie) as Dr. Jonathan Crane / Scarecrow, Diedrich Bader (Veep) as Bruce Wayne/ Batman, Tony Hale (Veep) as Dr. Edgar Cizko / Doctor Psycho, Christopher Meloni (Happy!) as Commissioner Jim Gordon, and Sanaa Lathan (Native Son) as Selina Kyle / Catwoman

Cuoco also executive produces DC Universe’s Harley Quinn through her Yes, Norman Productions, serving alongside Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, and Dean Lorey.

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Speaking of Christopher Meloni…

In an interview with Bleeding Cool, the actor discussed his overall approach to voice acting and if it differs from his approach to live acting before briefly explaining what the Harley Quinn recording experience was like for him – and how it connects back to Meloni’s work on 2014’s FOX sitcom Surviving Jack:

About Ray Flook

Proudly serving as TV Editor, Ray started with Bleeding Cool in 2013 as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought aboard as staff in 2017. Counting John Cusack as his pop culture "spirit animal," his "word fu" stays strong as he continues trying really hard to be the sheppard...

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