HBO Max released a first look along with other essential details of their upcoming animated sitcom, Clone High. The series is a revival of the 2002 show of the same name by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Bill Lawrence. It has a two-season order. Catch it as it premieres this spring on the streaming platform.
Clone High will take you to a high school for clones of historical personalities. Watch as they navigate a new set of cultural norms and overly dramatic teen relationships after the clones have been thawed out 20 years later to resume the military experiment.
Will Forte, Nicole Sullivan, Lord, Chris Miller, Donald Faison, and Judah Miller will reprise their roles and lend their voices to the characters. Christa Miller will be voicing a new character. Cleo, previously voiced by Christa Miller, will instead be voiced by Iranian-American performer Mitra Jouhari.
The new voice cast includes Ayo Edebiri, Vicci Martinez, Kelvin Yu, Neil Casey, Jana Schmieding, Sam Richardson, Mo Gaffney, Al Madrigal, Danny Pudi, Emily Maya Mills, Michael Bolton, Mandy Moore, Ian Ziering, Steve Kerr, Jeffrey Muller, Kyle Lau, Dannah Phirman, and Danielle Schneider.
MTV Entertainment Studios produces Clone High. Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Bill Lawrence, Erica Rivinoja, and Erik Durbin serve as executive producers.
About Clone High TV Show
This modern refresh of the Phil Lord ("Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse," "The Afterparty," and "21 Jump Street”), Chris Miller, and Bill Lawrence (“Ted Lasso,” “Cougar Town”, “Scrubs”) hit series CLONE HIGH is set at a high school for clones of historical figures. After a high school that was secretly being run as an elaborate military experiment to clone the greatest minds in history was put on ice, the clones have been thawed out 20 years later to resume the experiment with new clone classmates – all while navigating a new set of cultural norms and overly dramatic teen relationships.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.