The adult cartoon series is now back with brand-new episodes after a two-year break as it continues to chronicle the mayhem and craziness of Harley Quinn (Kaley Cuoco).

The HBO Max series released the trailer ahead of its July 28 return date, giving fans a sneak peek at what’s in store. Fans can see Quinn’s romance with Poison Ivy (Lake Bell), also known as “Harley,” as the two embrace their status as Gotham’s newest power couple, as well as the introduction of Nightwing, voiced by What We Do in the Shadows actor Harvey Guillén.

But Joker (Alan Tudyk) says that’s not all: “Big changes are about to happen!”

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As they iron out the bumps in their romance and Ivy pursues her ambition of transforming their city into a plant-based utopia, Harley returns to Gotham and reunites with their motley crew of misfit villains, including King Shark (Ron Funches), Clayface (Tudyk), and Frank the Plant (JB Smoove).

Before the show’s premiere, Cuoco discussed it with ET and called it “nasty,” adding that they compete to see how many expletives they can use in each episode. We get to ping pong a lot of light humor, foul language, and nasty stuff, Bell said.

Quinn, Ivy, and other characters in season 3 appear to be pushing the boundaries of what has previously been seen on television in the DC Universe.

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Regarding Nightwing, Guillén hinted to ET that the “return” of his character to Gotham will elicit a range of feelings from Batman (Diedrich Bader), Robin (Jacob Tremblay), and others. There is a great deal of strain, he remarked.

On Thursday, July 28, the first three episodes of Harley Quinn season 3 will air. There will thereafter be one episode each week until September 15.

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