After getting an look at the Warner Bros. SDCC Activation, Warner Bros. has released a trailer for its upcoming Harley Quinn animated series airing on the DC Universe streaming service.
Those who attended the DC Universe panel Saturday night at SDCC were treated to the premiere of the Harley Quinn pilot episode. Without divulging too much, let’s just say it’s definitely not aimed at a kids audience. But instead of describing it, how about a taste of what’s to come with a trailer.
Pitched as “what if if Mary Tyler Moore were a supervillain” it’s rather fitting that the trailer features Joan Jett’s cover version of the song “Love is All Around.”
Executive producers Patrick Schumacker and Justin Halpern, and supervising producer Jennifer Coyle premiered the pilot episode of the upcoming adult animated comedy series starring Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory), who voices the title role of Gotham City’s favorite Queenpin and is also an executive producer of the series. Fans were also treated to a new trailer highlighting even more laughs that will be coming their way this season.
The trailer teases some details that we’ve uncovered thanks to the TV Guide Magazine article. The hand of Clayface that develops its own personality voiced by Tom Kenny appears to strike up a friendship with Commissioner Gordon. We also get a quick glimpse of Queen of Fables voiced by Wanda Sykes.
During the panel, the producers revealed that Giancarlo Esposito will be voicing Lex Luthor in the series. Esposito is certainly no stranger to playing villainous business, probably best known for his role as drug kingpin/fast food proprietor Gus Fring in Breaking Bad.