How to revive a cancelled show is a question to which many producers have varying answers, with some shows undergoing complete reboots with an entirely new cast and others opting to simply continue the original storyline. In the case of the cult classic television series Clone High, Clone High, Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s approach appears to be a literal continuation. According to Lord, the show’s return to HBO Max is “really the second season of the series.”

Miller Lord and Miller’s upcoming Apple TV+ series The Afterparty is primarily a comedy/mystery.Nonetheless, it incorporates several other genres, such as animation. Lord Miller and Lord Miller devised this strategy to explain to the Consequence how they will approach the possibility of a revival of their television show.

Miller and Lord said at a recent press conference about the Afterparty that the animated scenes for the show were made by ShadowMachine, whose other works include Robot Chicken, BoJack Horseman, Final Space, and many more.

ShadowMachine will animate the Clone High revival as well. ShadowMachine will also handle the animation for the revival of Clone High, which, according to Lord, will be a direct continuation of the original MTV series: “It’s actually Season 2 of the series, so we did our best to remember how we did it twenty years ago, utilising the most advanced technology and being a bit more ambitious.”

Clone The High, a 2002 WB teen drama created by Bill Lawrence, creator of Lord, Miller, and Scrubs, was produced at the height of the teen drama trend on the network. It aired on MTV for a single year. Through the years, it has amassed fans who are captivated by its irreverent concept and hilarious parody of the teen drama trend. The adolescent versions of Abraham Lincoln (Will Forte), Joan of Arc (Nicole Sullivan), John F. Kennedy (Miller), Gandhi (Michael McDonald), Cleopatra (Christa Miller), and others struggle with the tribulations of maturation.

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The revival is just one of the numerous projects that Lord and Miller are currently overseeing and are extremely enthusiastic about. “It’s been a blast to be back in the recording studio, to be a part of the characters, and to consider what stories we can tell, as well as how much high school has changed since the show’s first film,” says Miller. There is ample space for these entertaining tales.

Last year, HBO Max ordered two seasons of the revival. The show will premiere in 2022. The original series (or, more precisely, our original season) is currently available to stream on Paramount+.


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