The adult-targeted animated sci-fi sitcom Clone High was created by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Bill Lawrence. The main characters in the play are all perfect duplicates of famous historical personalities.
Teenagers are portrayed as John F. Kennedy, Gandhi, Cleopatra, Joan of Arc, and Abe Lincoln. Making fun of satirical adolescent dramas like Dawson’s Creek and Beverly Hills, 90210, each episode is referred to as a “very special episode.”
While attending Dartmouth as undergrads in the 1990s, Lord and Miller created the idea for the sitcom “Clone High School, USA.” Fox Broadcasting Company officials ultimately decided against the show.
'CLONE HIGH' season 2 will release in 2023 on HBO Max.
A third season is also in the works. pic.twitter.com/3g2OzARFwR
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It was created by MTV, and following its premiere, the firm bought the rights. The program looks incredibly stylized, and it emphasizes comedy and story with simple animation. Tommy Walter, the lead singer of Abandoned Pools, composed the theme song for Clone High, which was performed by the group under his supervision.
Clone High Season 2 Release Date
The series would restart at MTV Entertainment Studios with Lord, Miller, and Lawrence acting as executive producers once more, it was revealed on July 2, 2020. The revival’s two seasons, with a 2023 premiere date, were bought by HBO Max, it was disclosed on February 10, 2021.
Clone High Season 2 Cast
- Abe Lincoln (voiced by Will Forte)
- Gandhi (voiced by Michael McDonald)
- Joan of Arc (voiced by Nicole Sullivan)
- Cleopatra Smith (voiced by Christa Miller)
- JFK (voiced by Chris Miller)
Clone High Season 2 Plot
Clone High is set at a high school in the United States where a clandestine government group known as the Secret Board of Shadowy Figures is carrying out a significant military experiment. Every student at the school is a clone of a real person who was developed in the 1980s so that the US military may benefit from their unique skills and knowledge.
The high school administrator, Cinnamon J. Scudworth, covertly opposes the Board’s intentions for the clones in order to carry out his own ideas (Scudworth wants to use the clones to create “Cloney Island,” an amusement park themed around clones, which is obviously less wicked than the Board’s plans).
Mr. Butlertron, a spoof of Mr. Belvedere, makes an appearance in the pilot episode of “Escape to Beer Mountain: A Rope of Sand” as a robot butler, vice principal, and dehumidifier. He is programmed to use three distinct intonations while speaking, with the “high” pitch only appearing once, and to address everyone as “Wesley.”
There isn’t an official season 2 trailer accessible right now. News about HBO Max is still awaited. The video below shows the most current press release and social media ad/trailer: According to current reports, the revival will supposedly return for a second season on HBO Max in 2023.