Clone High Co-Creator Teases Series Return With First Episode Title
It’s easy to ignore any new products in a world where revivals and reboots are more commonplace than face masks, which is a statement that shouldn’t have been made. But, sometimes, the trend of everyone getting a makeover can help to right great injustices from the past. The new 1-season-wonder will vary depending on your sense of humor. Clone HighIt could be one of these injustices, and the creators are eager to make it happen.
Chris Miller, half of the comedy duo Lord and Miller, decided to tease his hungry fans with the tiniest of details as production on CloneHigh continues. Miller, who was the original series creator, is undoubtedly more excited than most of his loyal viewers to see his old cartoon friends again, posted a small excerpt of a script to his Twitter account. His attempt at a joke caption was positively filled with his own anticipation. Original Clone High was the first high school to feature cloned historical figures. Its greatest success came long after it was canceled. So it’s easy to see this as a vindication for its creators.
He said that he was about to give a table reading. The page below the series name features the humorous title “Let’s Try This Again,” which is a jokey reference to how much Phil Lord wanted to return to the show since its cancellation in 2003. They joked back in 2014 that their entire career had been about getting Clone High on air. Although the only one said it, it was acknowledged by both of them. Maybe they said it together, as a comedy hive mind. That would be awesome.
This page also includes the writing credit for Lord and Miller and Erica Rivinoja, the new series showrunner. Rivinoja’s resume is impressive. She has worked as a producer on South Park, Lord & Miller’s series The Last Man on Earth, and a writer on Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and the original Clone High series. They seem to plan to keep the business in their family, which should excite even more eager fans.
The new series won’t be released on HBO Max at this time. However, it may end up being a success, and Harley Quinn might not be the most popular series on HBO Max for very long. (Yes, there is some bias. It’s not known if any of the original show’s voice actors will be returning. It seems obvious that Will Forte, Nicole Sullivan, and the rest of their cast will be returning, but nothing is certain.
At least in his own way, Miller’s enthusiasm should inspire some anticipation among those who may have believed this was just another money grab. It’s difficult to imagine a revival for a one-season show that was canceled almost 20 years ago as a big get rich quick scheme. Nevertheless, there is a genuine love for the material.