DC Universe has announced a fourth season for Young Justice, as well an upcoming animated Harley Quinn show.
San Diego Comic-Con 2019 has been full of cool reveals, with several entertainment companies outlining their plans for the future, and the DC panel did not disappoint. Fans who had taken to Young Justice were quite displeased to see the show come to an abrupt halt, as it got canceled after the second season. However, it's since made a return, with a third season getting announced in 2016 and finally reaching screens this year.
Season 3, Young Justice: Outsiders, is still releasing episodes, which is already more than enough to be grateful for considering how things could have turned out. Now, the revelation of yet another term is sure to leave fans extra gleeful.
via collider.comThe announcement was made by the show's co-creator, Greg Weisman, who delivered the glad tidings by holding four fingers up and telling fans that a return wouldn't have been possible without them. Of course, the fact that DC will be running their own streaming service should count as a factor.
"It would not be back without you guys," he said. "We are incredibly grateful." However, he did admit that there will be changes made to the cast as some of the characters are getting old.
Weisman also promised more "secrets and lies," two of the features that make Young Justice as intriguing as it is.
As it pertains to the current third season, the plans of Lex Luthor and Beast Boy will be delved into, with the latter plotting a face-off with Lex.
Additionally, a new Harley Quinn animated television series has been confirmed to kick off this fall. The show will launch along with the streaming service and will be DC's first truly original animated program, with the likes of Young Justice: Outsiders representing a continuation, as opposed to an original property. Check the trailer out below.
The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco will star as Harley while several other DC Comics characters will feature in the series, including Poison Ivy and the Joker.
It's promising to be an exciting time for fans of the DC Universe, but it's left to be seen just how successful the streaming service will be.