Kaley Cuoco's Harley Quinn animated series still hasn't been renewed for season three as show's future is uncertain

THE future of Kaley Cuoco's Harley Quinn animated series is hanging in the balance, despite fans demanding more episodes.

The adult series follows Harley Quinn's adventures after she breaks up with the Joker and her attempt to join the Legion of Doom.

Kaley’s foul-mouthed cartoon take on the classic DC Comic villain has certainly been a hit with fans, as the show explores Harley’s sexuality and identity without the Joker by her side.

But one of the show’s writer Dean Lorey recently admitted on Twitter that he has no idea what the future holds for the series.

Responding to a fan, he said: "We’d love to make one [a new series]! We’re still waiting to hear something from HBOmax.

"It was so much fun to work on (Bane!) and we have a lot more story to tell.

"Harley is one of the best experiences I’ve had making a show and I bet Justin [Halpern] and Pat [Schumacker] would say the same," Dean added.

Season two of Harley Quinn ended on somewhat of a cliffhanger after viewers saw Harley and Poison Ivy kiss and head off into the sunset together.

Showrunner Patrick Schumacker previously told Metro.co.uk about having the two leading ladies embark on a relationship, saying the team "wanted to do LGBT relationships properly".

"We wanted to do it [the gay relationship] – it was always on the table" he explained.

"It’s something that had been done in the comics. It felt interesting to us, or maybe even important to us, to do it.

"Harley is not the safe choice," Patrick then added, teasing it may not end well for the pair.

"Harley is unpredictable and she’s unreliable. She runs off on an adventure at the drop of a hat."

Harley Quinn airs on HBO Max in the US and E4 in the UK.

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