DC Universe Announces ‘Harley Quinn’ Premiere Date & New Programming (NYCC 2019)

No matter where it is, Harley always likes to take center stage. She got her wish (and then some) at NYCC with several big announcements.

First, we now know that the Harley Quinn animated series will premiere on November 29th on DC Universe. You can see a new photo that was released from the series above. You can also see more by reading our coverage from SDCC this year.

Before I get to the other news, the great Jim Lee provided some Harley art for the NYCC event. You have to see the time lapse video:


So, what else did DC Universe announce? Here is the info from the press release:

  • A new anthology series, produced by Blue Ribbon Content titled BizarroTV, that will feature fan favorite characters from the more obscure corners of the DC universe. This mixed media series is coming to DC Universe in 2020. A showcase of experimental styles and creative voices and visions that will be a mix of live action and animation; deep cuts from the DC portfolio of characters such as Space Cabbie, Ambush Bug, Slam Bradley and the Creeper!
  • New Home Video Releases: Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, Superman: Red Son and the newly announced Justice League Dark: Apocalypse. These original animated movies will be available on DC Universe just 90 days after their physical release date.
  • DCYou Unscripted: In another fan first, DC Universe unveiled a partnership that – for the first time – provides DCU members the opportunity to create an unscripted series that has the opportunity to launch on DC Universe. DC Universe, in association with Ideas United, kicked off DCYou Unscripted, inviting emerging creators and dedicated fans alike to submit unscripted series ideas, drawing on all things DC.
  • Artist Amanda Conner unveiled a new Harley Quinn original art piece created exclusively for The Fantabulous Evolution of One Harley Quinn Gallery immersive pop-up installation at DCU HQ. Conner also revealed the cover art for a new Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey comic book coming in February 2020.


For our full coverage of these announcements, listen to Episode 285 of our podcast.

Photo Credits: DC Universe/DC Comics

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