Chris Miller Teases 'Clone High' Season 2 Release

He's thawing out the clones for the first new season in 20 years

BY Allie GregoryPublished Nov 2, 2022

When life gives you lemons, you clone those lemons and make super lemons, or in the case of Chris Miller — who co-helmed Teletoon/MTV's classic aughts animated series Clone High alongside frequent collaborator Phil Lord, and Bill Lawrence — you thaw some cryogenically frozen clones for a new season of a beloved series.

Returning to the source material for the first time in 20 years, Miller has at long last unveiled a release period for Clone High Season 2 on Twitter:

20 years ago today our first show, CLONE HIGH, debuted.
Seems about time to unfreeze the clones.
They'll be fully thawed out in 2023 on HBOMax.

This news will come as no surprise to those following the filmmaker's frequently updated reboot plans over the last few years; back in 2021, Lord revealed that he would be reprising the role of Principal Scudworth for a two-season order over at HBO Max.

"Well, this is the microphone that I use to do Scudworth, so we're recording voices, and it's a two-season order, so every episode is in some part of the process right now," he said in an interview with Collider. "It makes it a really busy time, but it's also really fun."

As previously reported, the show will "refresh" the show's original premise of young clones of historical figures going to high school and facing normal coming-of-age experiences. So far, cast members, release dates and first-look images have yet to be shared.

The original Canadian-American animated series — which ran for just one season back in 2002 — also starred Will Forte, Michael McDonald, Nicole Sullivan and Christa Miller, and featured numerous celebrity cameos including Andy Dick, Zach Braff, Tom Green, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn, Debra Wilson, Michael J. Fox and more.  

See Miller's tweet below.

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