The Big Bang Theory isn't ending until next year, but Kaley Cuoco has already found another revenue stream. She'll be executive-producing and providing her voice to Harley Quinn in DC Universe's upcoming adult animated series starring the iconic Batman villainess.
Warner Bros. made the announcement with a teaser during DC Universe's New York Comic Con kick-off that also included the world premiere of new superhero series Titans Wednesday night. In the clip, Cuoco-as-Quinn and Lake Bell-as-Poison Ivy make some jokes at the expense of the grim tone of DC's Justice League movies and Donald Glover's failed Deadpool cartoon and cheekily promise that fans are going to hate the show. This is an ironic and self-aware Harley Quinn, so hopefully you're into that sort of thing. Batman makes a brief cameo, and it sounds like he might be voiced by Diedrich Bader (who is part of the announced cast).
In addition to Cuoco, Bell and Bader, the stacked af voice cast includes Alan Tudyk, Ron Funches, JB Smoove, Jason Alexander, Wanda Sykes, Giancarlo Esposito, Natalie Morales, Jim Rash, Tony Hale and Chris Meloni.
Harley Quinn is slated to premiere on the DC Universe streaming service next year. The platform launched last month, and its first series Titans comes online Friday, Oct. 12.