Harley Quinn premiered on DC Universe and fans are falling in love with the new series. Described as, “The newly single Harley Quinn sets off to make it on her own as the criminal queenpin in Gotham City,” the shows stars Kaley Cucco as Harley Quinn. The initial reactions to Twitter have been overwhelmingly positive.
One huge thing that sticks out from fans is the developing relationship with Poison Ivy, which may surprise some most of the fringe fans who would possibly be expecting her to have a relationship with The Joker.
What a great start. Honestly, i am so happy that Harley is getting even more attention than ever! The way they are developing her relationship with Ivy is just AWESOME.
— The Mad Engineer 💡 (@WalkingTrojen) December 1, 2019
The show is designed for adults, not kids, so the language and tone of the show is much more mature than what would appear on standard television. Fans are actually enjoying this shift, which also seems to be a consistent theme across much of the DC Universe streaming platform.
— Jesse (@thejessejr) December 1, 2019
Although there are already some great shows and past content on the DC Universe, Harley Quinn‘s popularity should be a draw for more subscribers to the streaming platform. After Margot Robbie’s on-screen version of Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad, the popularity of the character has skyrocketed, spawning a Harley Quinn film, Birds of Prey, and tons of merchandise.
— TJ (@tj93official) December 1, 2019
With this quality, fans will continue to support the DC Universe streaming platform. Titans and Doom Patrol have been critical success so far and, with shows like Harley Quinn, it should help increase overall awareness of the content on the platform.
— 🌻 (@R4E88) December 1, 2019
Let’s hope things keep going in this positive direction! What did you think of the first episode of Harley Quinn? Let us know in the comments below!
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