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HBO Max Renews Animated Series ‘Harley Quinn’ For Fourth Season

HBO Max Aug. 31 announced it has renewed original adult-aimed animated series “Harley Quinn,” featuring the lead voice of Kaley Cuoco, for a fourth season, ahead of the season three finale on Sept. 15.

Sarah Peters (“Workaholics,” “Master of None,” “Nathan for You”), who has written on the series since season one and currently serves as consulting producer, will be elevated to executive producer and serve as showrunner for season four.

In the current season three, Quinn and Poison Ivy (Lake Bell) wrap up their “Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour” and return to Gotham as the new power couple of DC villainy. Along with their ragtag crew — King Shark (Ron Funches), Clayface (Alan Tudyk), Frank the Plant (JB Smoove) — “Harlivy” strives to become the best version of themselves while also working towards Ivy’s long desired plan of transforming Gotham into an Eden paradise.

“Patrick Schumacker, Justin Halpern and their incredible team of artists and writers have created something so explosively funny and original, we are thrilled to continue this journey with them,” Billy Wee, SVP of comedy and animation for HBO Max, said in a statement.

Based on characters from DC, “Harley Quinn” is produced by Delicious Non-Sequitur Productions and Yes, Norman Productions in association with Warner Bros. Animation. The series was developed by Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker and Dean Lorey. Executive Producers are Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, Kaley Cuoco, Sam Register, Jessica Goldstein and Chrissy Pietrosh.

“Three seasons down and I can’t even begin to think about the new levels of chaos and trouble that Harley, Ivy and the gang can get into with a fourth season,” Peter Girardi, EVP of alternative programming for Warner Bros. Animation, said in a statement.

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