When I first watched Clone High years back, I was disappointed when I finished it. Only one season? I wanted more. I’ll admit I have trust issues. So when the news that HBO Max was getting a Clone High reboot and there would be two seasons, I had doubts. Luckily, co-creator, Christopher Miller, tweeted that they were about to do a table read for the reboot, so I was really excited. That was a year ago and I’ve been waiting kind of patiently for the release of this series. In an interview with Collider, Miller and other co-creator, Phil Lord, shared how the Clone High reboot what going.
Lord And Miller
During the interview with Collider, Lord and Miller were asked how the Clone High reboot was going. Lord said:
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. It makes it a really busy time, but it’s also really fun.
When they were asked when the reboot would be coming out, Lord said:
That’s a thing that actually I don’t know.
I know that some of the episodes are in animation right now. But I don’t know when it will actually be on the air.
The reboot series is written by Lord, Miller, and Erica Rivinoja and the script labeled first episode, Episode 201 “Lets Try This Again.” I can’t wait to see it!
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