Max teased three of its animated series at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend, including Adventure Time spinoff, Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake, Young Love and season four of Harley Quinn, based on the DC character.
Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake
Adventure Time: Fionna And Cake debuts with two episodes Thursday, August 31 on Max, followed by two episodes weekly through September 28.
Based on characters from the Adventure Time franchise, this 10-episode series set in the land of Ooo follows the alternate universe versions of Adventure Time stars Finn and Jake on a multiverse-hopping journey.
Voices include Madeleine Martin, Roz Ryan, Tom Kenny, Andrew Rannells, Donald Glover, Kayleigh Mckee and Sean Rohani. Adam Muto, Fred Seibert and Sam Register executive produce the series for Cartoon Network Studios.
Based on Matthew A. Cherry’s animated short Hair Love, Young Love follows the Young family, Stephen (Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi), Angela (Issa Rae), their daughter Zudi and her cat Rocky as they juggle careers, marriage, parenthood, social issues and multi-generational dynamics.
Other voices include Loretta Devine, Harry Lennix, Tamar Braxton and Brooke Monroe Conaway.
Cherry created and executive produces the series, along with Monica Young for Blue Key Entertainment, Karen Toliver, Carl Jones, and Carl Reed and David Steward II for Lion Forge Animation. Young Love is produced by Warner Bros. Discovery in partnership with Sony Pictures Animation.
D.C. adult animated comedy Harley Quinn returns with “more sex, more violence, more veins and more Harley Ivy because you weirdos are sort of obsessed with us.”
Harley Quinn (voiced by executive producer Kaley Cuoco) has struck out on her own following her breakup with The Joker (Alan Tudyk) and is now spending time with girlfriend Poison Ivy (Lake Bell). Ivy has been hired to be Lex Luther’s (Giancarlo Esposito) new CEO. Harley, meanwhile, is trying to work her way into the Legion of Doom.
The series also features the voice talent of Christopher Meloni, Ron Funches, JB Smoove, Tony Hale and others.
Harley Quinn is executive produced by Cuoco, Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, Sam Register and Sarah Peters.
Season four debuts with three episodes Thursday, July 27 on Max, followed by a new episode weekly through September 14.