The commented Disney +, a Amazon Prime Video and the Netflix are services of streaming famous. But there are others that are somewhat forgotten by the public, such as the DC Universe, which in the USA transmits the series Titans.
Service based on the heroes of A.D had an irregular start, with complicated choices and grotesque mistakes like the cancellation of the series Swamp monster, but the company hasn't given up yet and is close to launching something that DCnautas definitely want to check out: Harley Quinn, an animated series rated R (Restricted).
As the trailer shows, the animation is very extravagant and loaded with violence and exaggerated profanity, and according to the American websites that have already checked out the animation, it works. The show never takes itself too seriously and makes great use of its animated format, that is, breaking the fourth wall and playing with reality.
Kaley Cuoco voice to Harley Quinn, who ends his relationship with the Joker (Alan Tudyk), and moves with Poison Ivy (Lake Bell) where they start to set up their own team of super villains. This team includes Dr. Psycho (Tony Hale), Clayface (Alan Tudyk again) and King Shark (Ron Funches). Along the way, the characters encounter other DC heroes and villains, including Batman (Diedrich Bader).
Harley Quinn opens in DC Universe on November 29.