Harley Quinn: Season 1

Harley Quinn: Season 1

Harley Quinn: Season 1

Kaley Cuoco (Big Bang Theory) voices DC villain Harley Quinn in this gory, potty-mouthed animated comedy series. Realising that Joker is a neglectful no-good boyfriend, Harley teams up with Poison Ivy (Lake Bell, In a World...) to dethrone her ex and become the baddest criminal in Gotham. Also features Alan Tudyk (Firefly) as the voice of The Joker, Clayface, Calendar Man, Condiment King and more.

2019USA
AnimatedFantasy

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
31 July 2020

Til Death Do Us Part

Harley Quinn is fed up being the Joker’s sidekick and strikes out on her own – determined to become the criminal Queenpin of Gotham City.

EPISODE 1.2
31 July 2020

A High Bar

Determined to become one of the vaunted Legion of Doom, Harley attempts to make a big splash by crashing one of their criminal enterprises with the help of her BFF, Poison Ivy.

EPISODE 1.3
31 July 2020

So You Need A Crew?

Realizing she needs a crew to pull off heists that will attract the Legion of Doom’s attention, Harley attempts to recruit Dr. Psycho and Clayface.

EPISODE 1.4
31 July 2020

Finding Mr. Right

In search of a nemesis, Harley goes after Batman, but ends up with an adolescent Robin, making her the laughing stock of the criminal underworld.

EPISODE 1.5
31 July 2020

Being Harley Quinn

When Harley suffers a paralyzing identity crisis, her crew must enter Harley’s mind to free her with the help of Dr. Psycho’s telepathic powers.

EPISODE 1.6
31 July 2020

You're a Damn Good Cop, Jim Gordon

When Clayface loses his arm in a heist, it turns out to be not only evidence for Jim Gordon, but also a key witness against Harley and her crew.

EPISODE 1.7
31 July 2020

The Line

Harley recruits her friend and mentor Queen of Fables to help her steal a force field from STAR Labs, to steal a weather-changing machine, so she can impress the Legion of Doom. Meanwhile, Poison Ivy... MORE dates Kite Man.

EPISODE 1.8
31 July 2020

L.O.D.R.S.V.P

Harley gets an invite to the Legion of Doom’s prospective members party, but Ivy discovers that it’s Lex Luthor they’re really after.

EPISODE 1.9
31 July 2020

A Seat at the Table

Now a member of the Legion of Doom and The Joker’s equal, Harley finds herself spending time with him. Will she slip into her old ways?

EPISODE 1.10
31 July 2020

Bensonhurst

After a falling out with her crew, Harley heads back home to Bensonhurst, where her doting mother waits for her... and her deadbeat dad, who’s more dangerous than anticipated.

EPISODE 1.11
31 July 2020

Harley Quinn Highway

Harley must rescue Ivy from the clutches of Scarecrow, who’s trying to harvest her pheromones to make a super toxin that turns plants into sentient monsters.

EPISODE 1.12
31 July 2020

Devil's Snare

Harley thinks the Legion of Doom is behind Ivy's capture and the tree monsters currently ravaging Gotham. But it's a trap!

EPISODE 1.13
31 July 2020

The Final Joke

In the season finale, Harley has her final showdown with the Joker, when [spoilers] [spoil] [spoilers]. Will they [spoiler]? Maybe. But you can bet they [spoiler]!

Harley Quinn: Season 1 / Reviews

IGN

IGN

Despite its tonal issues, Harley Quinn succeeds thanks to a top-notch voice cast and a well-rounded take on Harley.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Add pitch-perfect comedic timing, a solid cast of comedy's hardest hitters, and inimitable chemistry presented in the form of one of the most satisfying female friendships in a long while, and you have one of the best shows of the year, easily.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The cast at large is key to Harley Quinn's success. Harley screeches so much I actually became worried for Cuoco's vocal cords, but the shrieking nonetheless remains essential to Harley's personal development.

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Collider

Collider

Harley Quinn is just a treat. It feels like visiting Gotham from her singularly-psycho perspective, with all the colorful action and doofy humor that entails.

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Slash Film

Slash Film

Harley works best in its early episodes, when it’s telling what appear to be self-contained stories. Things flounder a bit in the back half of the season, where the show takes on a more serialized approach, with one episode leading directly into the next. This might make for better binge-watching...

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