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Harley Quinn Season 3 Confirmed for July Premiere on HBO Max

HBO Max confirms that the long-awaited third season of DC’s Harley Quinn animated series will premiere sometime next month.

The long-awaited third season of DC’s adult animated series Harley Quinn is finally slated to arrive on HBO Max next month.

WarnerMedia has revealed the list of movies, television shows and specials that will be added to HBO Max’s library in July 2022. The list includes Harley Quinn‘s Season 3 premiere, though — like Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal Season 2 and Nikki Glaser’s upcoming comedy special — the DC show’s next outing still lacks an exact release date. It was previously confirmed that Harley Quinn Season 3 would arrive this summer, though fans now have an even more specific window.

RELATED: Harley Quinn Season 3 Adds What We Do in the Shadows Star as Nightwing

HBO Max’s full list of titles arriving in July 2022 can be found below:


Genndy Tartokovsky’s Primal, Season 2 Premiere

Harley Quinn, Max Original Season 3 Premiere

Nikki Glaser Comedy Special


July 1:

A Kind of Murder, 2016 (HBO)

A Simple Plan, 1998 (HBO)

Act of Valor, 2012 (HBO)

Angels in the Outfield, 1951

Arbitrage, 2012 (HBO)

Backstabbing for Beginners, 2018 (HBO)

Baggage Claim, 2013 (HBO)

Blanes Esquina Muller (AKA Blanes St and Muller), 2020 (HBO)

Bringing Out the Dead, 1999 (HBO)

Catch a Fire, 2006 (HBO)

Code of Silence, 1985 (HBO)

Confidence, 2003 (HBO)

David Copperfield, 1935

Doctor Who: Eve of Daleks, Special

Frank Miller’s Sin City, 2005 (HBO) (Unrated Version)

Godzilla, 1998

Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1969

Hollow Man, 2000 (HBO) (Director’s Cut)

How to Screw It All Up (AKA Cómo mandarlo todo a la mierda), Max Original Season 1 Premiere

I Spy, 2002

Indecent Proposal, 1993 (HBO)

Julia, 2009 (HBO)

La Ciudad De Las Fieras (AKA City of Wild Beasts), 2021 (HBO)

Last Night in Soho, 2021 (HBO)

Lisztomania, 1975

Lone Survivor, 2013 (HBO)

Lord of War, 2005 (HBO)

Losing Isaiah, 1995 (HBO)

Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter, 1968

Mrs. Winterbourne, 1996

One for the Money, 2012 (HBO)

Overboard, 1987 (HBO)

Pawn Sacrifice, 2014 (HBO)

Postcards From the Edge (1990)

Rio 2, 2014 (HBO)

Running Scared, 1986 (HBO)

Safe, 2012 (HBO)

She’s Having a Baby., 1988 (HBO)

Sleepers, 1996 (HBO)

Sleepless in Seattle, 1993

Snow Day, 2000 (HBO)

Spy Kids, 2001

Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams, 2002

Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over, 2003

Suite Francaise, 2014 (HBO)

That Awkward Moment, 2014 (HBO)

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, 1947

The Con is On, 2018 (HBO)

The Counselor, 2013 (HBO) (Extended Version)

The Great American Pastime, 1956

The Heat, 2013 (HBO) (Extended Version)

The Impossible, 2012 (HBO)

The Legends of Zorro, 2005

The Other Woman, 2014 (HBO)

The Plot Thickens, Season 3 Premiere

The Raid 2, 2014

The Satanic Rites of Dracula, 1974

The World’s End, 2013 (HBO)

This is Elvis, 1981

Thoroughbreds, 2017 (HBO)

Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning, 2012

Warrior, 2011 (HBO)

What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, 1993 (HBO)

July 2:

Before Midnight, 2022

Sidewalk Stories, 1989

July 7:

Miss S, Max Original Season 1 Premiere

The Visitors, Max Original Season 1 Premiere

July 9:

Mad Max: Fury Road, 2015

July 10:

The Anarchists, Limited Documentary Series Premiere (HBO)

July 11:

Tuca & Bertie, Season 3 Premiere

July 12:

Craig of the Creek, Season 4C Premiere

Edge of the Earth, Sports Documentary Series Premiere (HBO)

The Bob’s Burgers Movie, 2022 (HBO)

July 14:

FBoy Island, Max Original Season 2 Premiere

Vote for Juan (Vota Juan), Season 1

Vote for Juan (Vamos Juan), Season 2

Vote for Juan (Venga Juan), Max Original Season 3 Premiere

July 15:

Kung Fu, Season 2 Premiere

The Rehearsal, Comedy Series Premiere (HBO)

July 16:

Godzilla, 2014 (HBO)

July 17:

Rat in the Kitchen, Season 1 Premiere

July 19:

We Baby Bears, Season 1D Premiere

July 21:

Almost Fly, Max Original Season 1 Premiere

Pacto Brutal – O Assassinato de Daniella Perex, Max Original Documentary Series

Rap Sh!t, Max Original Season 1 Premiere

The Last Movie Stars, Max Original 6-Part Documentary Premiere

July 23:

Walker, Season 2 Premiere

July 26:

Bugs Bunny Builders, Season 1A Premiere

July 27:

We Met in Virtual Reality, Original Documentary Premiere (HBO)

July 28:

Citizen Ashe, Max Original Premiere

Love Monster, Max Original Season 3 Premiere

Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin, Max Original Season 1 Premiere

Wellington Paranormal, Season 4 Premiere

July 29:

Superman & Lois, Season 2 Premiere

The Milestone Generation, 2022

Harley Quinn originally premiered on the now-defunct DC Universe streaming service on Nov. 29, 2019, with its first season concluding on Feb. 21, 2020. The series returned not too long after, with Season 2 running from April 3, 2020 to June 26, 2020. Both seasons were met with overwhelmingly positive reception from fans and critics alike.

Amid the restructuring of DC Universe, Harley Quinn Seasons 1 and 2 were added to HBO Max (the new de facto streaming home for most things DC) in August 2020. For a brief time, it was uncertain if the series would be getting another season. However, in September 2020, it was officially announced that Harley Quinn had been renewed for Season 3 and would be an HBO Max exclusive going forward. In April 2022, HBO Max also gave a series order to Noonan’s, a spinoff series focusing on Poison Ivy’s former paramour, Kite-Man (hell yeah).

RELATED: James Gunn Joins Harley Quinn’s Animated Cast in the Perfect Role

While Harley Quinn fans have certainly had to wait awhile for the third season to actually drop, they have had some comic book material to tide them over in the meantime. Between the late summer of 2021 and early 2022, DC published Harley Quinn: The Animated Series – The Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour, a six-issue limited series set between the events of the TV show’s second and third seasons. The comic follows the newly minted couple of Harley and Ivy in the immediate aftermath of the explosive Season 2 finale.

Harley Quinn Season 3 premieres July 2022 on HBO Max.

Source: WarnerMedia

Noah E. Dominguez is a news editor at Comic Book Resources who joined the site as a news writer in the summer of 2018. He even writes features on occasion. He has also written for sites like WhatCulture and Gaming Access Weekly (formerly Gamer Assault Weekly), and holds a degree in mass communication. What will he do next? Stay tuned. You can follow him on Twitter at @NoahDominguez_

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