Harley Quinn: Season 2 (2020)


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.



Critic Ratings: 20


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User Ratings: 123

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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 try to seize control of the city away from Harley.

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Air date: Apr 10, 2020

Harley and Ivy (LAKE BELL) 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 boobytrapped by none other than Dr. Trap. Meanwhile, Dr. Psycho (TONY HALE) 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. Meanwhile, Kite Man (MATT OBERG) 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 (DIEDRICH BADER) jumps back in the Batsuit immediately. But is his ego writing checks his body can't cash? Meanwhile, 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 (after he fell into the normalizing acid last season), 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 (ANDY DALY) sentences Harley and Ivy to life in Bane's prison: a giant pit in the ground. Meanwhile, Jim Gordon (CHRIS MELONI) 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 and the running leads her all the way to Apokolips. Contrary to Harley, Ivy faces her feelings and Kite Man's parents head on. Ivy feels the weight of her kiss with Harley and in turn, doubles down on her relationship with Kite Man. Meanwhile, 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

It's Bachelor/Bachelorette weekend for Ivy and Kite Man. Ivy and Harley finally talk about their kiss and agree it was a heat of the moment thing. Harley throws Ivy's bachelorette party on Themyscira and despite having to deal with difficult guests (Mrs. Freeze, Catwoman, Jennifer), she's determined to give Ivy the time of her life. Meanwhile, Kite Man is having the world's most boring Bachelor party, which is quickly upstaged when a talking lobster visits King Shark asking him to save their underwater kingdom.

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Air date: Jun 5, 2020

Fresh off Ivy rebuffing her and now alone on Christmas Eve, Harley reconnects with a now-sane Joker. With Ivy out of the picture, Harley needs a new best friend and sane Joker seems like the perfect confidant. Harley heads with sane Joker to his favorite hang out spot... Wayne Tower. Their dinner at Wayne Tower gets hijacked by an escaped Riddler as Joker's old memories start to be triggered. Meanwhile Gordon deals with the rising ParaDemon infestation, only to end up drawn into the chaos at Wayne Tower as the pests find themselves with a mysterious new master....

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Critic Reviews for Harley Quinn Season 2

All Critics (20) | Top Critics (6)

By almost entirely removing the Joker from the equation, Harley Quinn has so much more space to figure out what makes Harley as a character so compelling, and it uses every inch of it.

Dec 8, 2020 | Full Review…

The show's sharp, wicked humor vaults it into the must-watch circle, and... the action transforms into something more soulful as well.

Nov 3, 2020 | Full Review…

It turns out the only thing I needed to truly love Harley Quinn was to see that she, too, could be another single gal in the city, getting over a bad breakup, trying to have it all. Who knew?

Aug 14, 2020 | Full Review…

Harley Quinn season two is one of the most gratifying gay seasons of television I've ever watched, and hands down my favorite season of any comic book TV show ever.

Jul 1, 2020 | Full Review…

I hope this show doesn't get lost in the larger corporate shuffle of 2020's streampocalypse. This is a series that's just beginning to refine its specific brand of crazy. Give King Shark a chance!

Jun 25, 2020 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

It all feels more amplified. The F-bombs are strategically placed, with none going to waste, and the rip-roaring ride feels even faster than last time.

Dec 8, 2020 | Full Review…

As you wind through the 26 episodes spread across two seasons, you'll find yourself investing emotionally in the arcs of Batman-verse characters that you've never before imagined caring about.

Dec 8, 2020 | Full Review…

What's most exciting about this season is how it entirely rebuilds a Gotham perfectly suited to Harley's batty antics, giving her a classic rogues gallery to combat, and teeing her up for a post-apocalyptic adventure to claim Gotham as her own.

Aug 14, 2020 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

Harley Quinn deftly balances reverence for superhero (or in this case supervillain) conventions, and a diehard belief in the comedic power of absurdity. It takes its world seriously while taking the world at large to be a huge joke.

Aug 6, 2020 | Full Review…

One of the best TV takes on comic books you can catch right now.

Jul 9, 2020 | Full Review…

Although this reviewer would love to see another season of Harley Quinn, this would be an ending that I am thoroughly satisfied with.

Jul 1, 2020 | Full Review…

...it finally gave the neglected Kite Man the opportunity to stand up for himself, and it turned Jim Gordon into a trigger-happy cop as we remain in the midst of global protests against police brutality, so, you know... topical!

Jun 27, 2020 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Harley Quinn: Season 2

  • Mar 30, 2021
    Oh yeah! Kaley Cuoco as Harly Quinn and Lake Bell as Poison Ivy are awesome ... love how the story develops.
  • Feb 19, 2021
    Harley Quinn certainly had a hard bar to beat with its exemplary first season, but this follow-up year is just as good if not better. Following the colossal ending of last season, Harley Quinn shakes up the status quo by giving us a Gotham with even less rules. Character deaths for familiar faces of Batman lore are not off the table here, and the show remains ever sharp in how it often pulls the rug out of fan expectations (in fact, episode five has a cold open that directly lacerates an existing chauvinism in nerd culture). That said, what really made Harley Quinn's first year so special was the underlying sensitivity in had underneath all the ass-kicking, and that's two-fold here! Ever since the Bruce Timm and Paul Dini Batman animated series, it's been no secret that Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy are likely the most queer-friendly pair of villains in DC comics, and this season brings the motif to new heights! It's an absolute joy to see how their relationship evolves throughout this season, and there's even more possibilities for next year! This series is definitely the closest thing we have to a new Venture Brothers!
  • Feb 15, 2021
    this whole cartoon is very bad, it's like its written by a 13 year old girl ! this surely must be what makes the audience, if you have known the original Harley Quinn you know this mary-sue, dead-pool copycat, lgbt fan service version is NOT the one. 1992 The Batman: Animated Series original one is still the best Harley out there and a lot of the newer versions have miserably failed to display Harley Quinns interesting personality and behaviour properly, even her voice is NOT spot on, as well as other issues like misrepresentation of Joker. Harley quinn is officially NOT Harley Quinn.
  • Jan 05, 2021
    Simply perfect, funny, violent, everything that the first season did but better!
  • Jan 05, 2021
    loved it so much it is truly perfect.
  • Nov 28, 2020
    I love the action its brutal
  • Oct 04, 2020
    Just as good as the first season, this show blew my expectations out of the water. It was great. Really hooe they can make a third season soon.
  • Sep 17, 2020
    The quality lines, amazing voice acting, dark tones, and episode writing is worth it's weight in gold. The series comes back even stronger than season 1.
  • Sep 13, 2020
    This show is so good. The writing is so on point with the overall storylines, character development, witty jokes and general use of DC characters and tropes. Watching Harley learn what love is and means was so beautiful.
  • Aug 26, 2020
    Better than the first season. As soon as I started watching I couldn't stop, the season was just that good. It was funny and more action packed than the first. It played out well and kept me interested not to mention it ended so well.

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