What Time Is Harley Quinn Season 3 On HBO Max?

Ahead of the release of new episodes, viewers are understandably keen to know what time Harley Quinn is on HBO Max. The hit series has been entertaining audiences since 2019 with its irreverent blend of DC lore and intriguing new character development. With the release of Harley Quinn season 3 many followers are eager to remain as up to date as possible.

After lengthy delays as a result of budget and creative concerns, Harley Quinn season 3 is finally set to arrive on July 28th. The show will pick up after the events of the comic tie-in, Harley Quinn: The Animated Series - The Eat, Bang, Kill Tour, which in-turn followed Harley and Ivy's romantic escape in the Harley Quinn season 2 ending. Teases from showrunners and co-creators Patrick Schumacker and Justin Halpern have also hinted at appearances from a raft of new characters, raising the stakes ahead of the show's premiere.


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What Time Harley Quinn Season 3 Releases On HBO Max

Harley Quinn season 3 premieres on HBO Max on Thursday, July 28 at 12:01 AM PT/3:01 AM ET. This marks the release point for the first three episodes of the new series, with one episode per week airing through to September 15. This means that Harley Quinn season 3 will total 10 episodes.

Everything You Need To Know About Harley Quinn Season 3

Harley Quinn Season 3 General Zod with Catwoman Harley and Ivy

After such a lengthy delay between Harley Quinn seasons 2 and 3, speculation has understandably run rife among the viewership. However, beyond the innumerable fan theories, several concrete details about Harley Quinn season 3 have emerged. For instance, thanks to an Instagram Q&A provided by Schumacker and Halpern, it's now known that several iconic DC characters will make an appearance, including the likes of Swamp Thing and Music Meister. There is also set to be a "very particular version of Nightwing with a very particular tone” which promises to subvert traditional expectations of the character.

The Harley Quinn season 3 trailer also promises returns for Alan Tudyk's Clayface, a fetishized version of Batman, a bizarre Eyes Wide Shut-style depiction of the Court of Owls and other, typically impudent takes on classic DC properties. In other words, Harley Quinn season 3 promises to deliver more of what's previously made the show so successful. For those looking to revel in the carnage as quickly as possible, an HBO Max subscription is essential, with membership available for $9.99 per month with ads. Given the possibilities at stake for Harley Quinn season 3, it seems likely that many viewers will be glued to their screens on July 28.