The series follows a chain of animated adventures by Harley Quinn in order to dismantle things once and for all. Harley tries to disassemble things using Joker and tries to make her alone as Queenpin of Gotham City. It's different daily challenges by Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy and a whole host of heroes and villains, old and new, from DC Universe.
Harley Quinn isn't the PG, kid-friendly animation we're used to seeing from DC ... it's vulgar and violent. It's no-holds-barred when it comes to its dialogue and action. When Harley hits, there's blood and lots of it.
Add pitch-perfect comedic timing, a solid cast of comedy's hardest hitters, and inimitable chemistry presented in the form of one of the most satisfying female friendships in a long while, and you have one of the best shows of the year, easily.
Harley Quinn is as violent as they come. But, it's also very silly and highly entertaining. Is it going to be a break-out phenomenon? No. But does it hit every mark it's shooting for with pinpoint precision? 100%.