Harley Quinn: Season 2 (2020)

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Season 2
Harley Quinn

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Harley Quinn maintains its frenetic energy and humor while doubling down on the shenanigans and giving its titular anti-heroine even more room to play.

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Critic Ratings: 24

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User Ratings: 219

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Air date: Apr 3, 2020

After Gotham is declared no longer part of the United States, the newly formed Injustice League tries to seize control of the city away from Harley.

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Air date: Apr 10, 2020

Harley and Ivy go undercover as college students to take down Riddler, who's made himself the dean of the local university, where he has sinister plans for the students, including Barbara Gordon, Commissioner Gordon's daughter.

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Air date: Apr 17, 2020

Harley and Ivy team up with Catwoman to steal an artifact from a museum that's been booby trapped by none other than Dr. Trap; Dr. Psycho tries to prove himself as a leader, which Riddler exploits as an opportunity to escape.

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Air date: Apr 24, 2020

Harley and crew try to infiltrate Mr. Freeze's lair only to become human lab rats for his experiments to find a cure for his cryogenically frozen wife, Nora; Kite Man and Ivy try to impress the manager of Kite Man's ideal wedding venue.

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Air date: May 1, 2020

Awakening from his coma to find Gotham in shambles, Bruce Wayne immediately jumps back into the Batsuit; Two Face attempts to forge a criminal alliance with Bane, as they're the only two Big Bads left in Gotham's criminal underworld.

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Air date: May 8, 2020

When Harley and Ivy spot a seemingly sane Joker, they debate whether people can change at their core, revisiting a flashback about Harleen Quinzel's first day at Arkham Asylum.

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Air date: May 15, 2020

Acting as a judge, Two Face sentences Harley and Ivy to life in Bane's prison, which is a giant pit in the ground; Jim Gordon and Batgirl vow to take back the GCPD headquarters from Two Face.

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Air date: May 22, 2020

Harley and Ivy are feeling post-kiss awkwardness; Harley runs as far as she can from her feelings, while Ivy faces her feelings; the president tells Gordon that in order to put Gotham back on the map, he must get rid of Harley Quinn.

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Air date: May 29, 2020

While Harley is determined to give Ivy the time of her life for her bachelorette party on Themyscira, Kite Man is having the world's most boring bachelor party.

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Air date: Jun 5, 2020

Alone on Christmas Eve, Harley reconnects with a now-sane Joker and heads to Wayne Tower, where their dinner is interrupted by an escaped Riddler and ParaDemons.

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Cast & Crew

Kaley Cuoco
Harley Quinn

Voice
Lake Bell
Poison Ivy

Voice
Jim Rash
Riddler

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Tony Hale
Dr. Psycho

Voice
Ron Funches
King Shark

Voice
Diedrich Bader
Batman

Voice
Jason Alexander
Sy Borgman

Voice
Briana Cuoco
Batgirl

Voice
Andrew Daly
Two Face

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Giancarlo Esposito
Lex Luthor

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Rahul Kohli
Scarecrow

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Phil LaMarr
Jason Praxs

Voice
Vanessa Marshall
Wonder Woman

Voice
Tisha Campbell-Martin
Tawny Young

Voice
Christopher Meloni
Commissioner Gordon

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Matt Oberg
Kite Man

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Will Sasso
Maxie Zeus

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J.B. Smoove
Frank the Plant

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Wanda Sykes
Queen of Fables

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Justin Halpern
Executive Producer
Patrick Schumacker
Executive Producer
Kaley Cuoco
Executive Producer
Sam Register
Executive Producer
Dean Lorey
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Critic Reviews for Harley Quinn: Season 2

Audience Reviews for Harley Quinn: Season 2

  • 2d ago
    Hysterically funny! I could not stop laughing!
  • Aug 05, 2022
    Great continuation. Excited for season 3.
  • Jul 30, 2022
    This season is in my opinion even better than Seaspn 1 but quite different. Its a lot more heartfelt as Harley goes through more emotional journeys. With that said, it's still action packed and full of great comedy including some of the best 1 liners in all of TV. A must watch show.
  • Jun 17, 2022
    Easily the funniest thing DC has put out, and just a very funny show to boot. It helps if you're familiar with the characters (though some of them--such as Condiment Man--are so obscure who could blame you if you weren't) but it's fine even if you aren't, since they all get such distinct and hilarious personalities. Cuoco and Bell are very funny as the two leads, but a special Kudos to J.B. Smoove as Frank the Plant and especially (my personal favorite) James Adomian as the hilarious and ridiculous voice of Bane. Choosing to use the almost-as-ridiculous Tom Hardy voice from the Dark Knight Rises was inspired, and nearly everything that comes out of Bane's mouth is laugh-out-loud funny. If you like very hilarious, VERY adult animated comedies centered around Super-Heroes then this is the show for you!
  • Apr 02, 2022
    They improved from perfection. Just wow.
  • Mar 30, 2022
    Sensacional Ansioso pela próxima temporada Tomará q tenha o pacificador
  • Feb 14, 2022
    Overall I rather liked the show, however there are couple negatives that detracted from the overall experience. For example, having watched DC Super Hero Girls, Babs character in Harley Quinn was disappointing to say the least. Also, Episode 5 of Season 2 seemed to be just downright hostile to large segments of the audience.
  • Feb 08, 2022
    The second chapter isn't so good as the first one but it's still working. 8/10
  • Jan 16, 2022
    Like the first season, I finished this one in just one day (that speaks for itself). I really love this show and can't wait for the next season! They're doing a great job with this animation!
  • Dec 21, 2021
    I don't know how it's possible but this season is even better than season 1. Incredibly well written story with very good love plots, with all the characters very well written. Amazing Harley, excellent Joker. Amazing humor. Simply this series is mega brilliant

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