‘Clone High’ creator provides update on second season

We were first introduced to high school pupils who had been cloned from prominent historical individuals twenty years ago. Clone High fans are still screaming for new episodes.

One of the original creators has dropped some important updates on the second season, which has been radio silent for quite some time since its announcement on HBO Max.

Christopher Miller tweeted that the Clone High‘s second season will be released next year, bringing the iconic brand back in 2023.

Clone High debuted in the fall of 2002, with Phil Lord, Miller, and Bill Lawrence attempting to portray the narrative of cloned historical personalities attending the same high school. The cast includes teenage versions of Abraham Lincoln, Joan of Arc, John F. Kennedy, Gandhi, Cleopatra, and other historical figures.

Despite the fact that the series only lasted thirteen episodes and was never renewed for a second season on MTV, HBO Max is carrying up where Miller, Lord, and Lawrence left off.

Given how the first season ended, with all of the key characters trapped in a freezer, waiting to be rescued, this would work perfectly.

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