As a recent WarnerMedia press release posted on BroadwayWorld.com announced, the adult-animated HBO Max series “Harley Quinn” has secured its future, at least for the time being, having been renewed for a fourth season on the streamer. Notching a stellar 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, AV Club’s Jenna Scherer gushes that “Harley Quinn” “Continues to fire on all cylinders.” At the same time, SlashFilm hails the show as being “a breath of fresh air” as it serves up “a big, sloppy, calorie-heavy, and highly enjoyable milkshake of mayhem.”
In the same press release, HBO Max Sr. V.P. of Comedy & Animation Billy Wee highlighted the Season 4 pick-up for “Harley Quinn,” saying the series’ “Incredible team of artists and writers have created something so explosively funny and original and we are thrilled to continue this journey with them and the show’s legion of fans.” Wee added that it’s been an “amazing” experience to see the series flourish like it has, thanks to the production’s extended roster of gifted industry colleagues.
Other forthcoming DC Extended Universe titles joining “Harley Quinn” as marked safe from the cancellation ax according to The Hollywood Reporter: “Black Adam,” “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” and, despite Ezra Miller’s recent alleged antics, “The Flash.”