Twenty years have passed since viewers first attended Clone High, an animated series for adults on MTV. Despite being prematurely canceled after only one season, the show developed a cult fanbase that vocally demanded a reboot by making loud demands on social media.
We’ve come a long way since the news that HBO Max had bought two seasons of the Phil Lord and Christopher Miller production broke, and due to Miller, a release date is now almost two years away.
Miller tweeted a GIF of JFK’s clone coming off ice with a blow-dryer on Twitter to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the show’s initial appearance. Miller said, “Seems about time to unfreeze the clones,” in the caption before stating that viewers might anticipate the series to air sometime in 2023.
We’ll take it even if that is a somewhat wide-release window! It’s encouraging to know that new series episodes are still being thawed out and not put back into the freezer after not hearing much news over the past few years.
During an interview back in January with Collider’s Steve Weintraub, the creative duo dropped the update that “some of the episodes are in animation right now” but that they were unsure of “when it will be on the air.”
Lord went on to reveal that, at the time, they were “recording voices” and that because it was picked up for two seasons, the cast and crew were hard at work piecing together each of those episodes.
The animated Clone High, a one-season phenomenon, follows a group of teenage clones of well-known historical people as they make their way through high school. There was JFK (Christa Miller), Gandhi (Michael McDonald), Gandhi (Will Fote), Joan of Arc (Nicole Sullivan), and Cleopatra (Christa Miller) (Miller).
The principal and crazy scientist Dr. Cinnamon J. Scudworth (Lord) and his second-in-command assistant, Mr. Butlertron, occupied the highest position in the administrative structure (Miller).
For Lord and Miller, the series would be a significant career high point. Since then, they have worked on several notable projects, such as The Lego Movie, the 21 Jump Street movie series, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and last year’s Apple TV+ comedy The Afterparty.
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The 20th anniversary of the show’s inaugural season, which you can watch right now on Paramount+, is the ideal occasion to watch Miller’s update. View the significant Twitter announcement below and scroll down to see the complete Miller and Lord interview with Collider.
Additionally, a tweet claimed that season two of “CLONE HIGH” will broadcast on HBO Max in 2023:
'CLONE HIGH' season 2 will release in 2023 on HBO Max.
A third season is also in the works. pic.twitter.com/3g2OzARFwR
— Cartoon Base (@TheCartoonBase) November 2, 2022
Clone High Season 2 Episode 1 Release Date
On July 2, 2020, it was announced that the series would be rebooted at MTV Entertainment Studios with the return of the original creator, Lord, Miller, and Lawrence. On February 10, 2021, it was revealed that HBO Max had purchased two seasons of the revival, with a 2023 release date.
We’re still waiting on HBO Max’s announcement. The following is the most current ad or teaser to appear in press materials and social media:
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