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Clone High Sets Monumental Return For 5/23

Clone High brings new replication to MAX on May 23
Clone High

Clone High, the hit animated series from the early 2000s, is getting a modern refresh with a new series set to debut on Max this May. The new show, executive produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, among others, promises to bring back the beloved characters of the original series while introducing new ones to a whole new generation of fans.

The series is set in a high school for clones of some of the greatest minds in history. Characters like Joan of Arc, Abraham Lincoln, and JFK were all part of a top-secret government experiment twenty years ago, and now they have been thawed out to resume school alongside their new clone classmates. The new show promises to be just as entertaining as the original, with plenty of drama and over-the-top teen relationships to keep audiences engaged.

Clone High Official Trailer

One of the most exciting aspects of the new series is the return of many of the original voice actors. Will Forte will be reprising his role as Abe, and Nicole Sullivan will be returning as Joan. Phil Lord and Chris Miller will also be lending their voices to the show as Scudworth and JFK/Mr. B, respectively. Other returning stars include Christa Miller as Candide Sampson, Donald Faison as George Washington Carver, and Judah Miller as Scangrade.

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In addition to the returning stars, there will be plenty of new voice actors joining the cast as well. Ayo Edebiri will be voicing Harriet, Mitra Jouhari will be Cleo, and Vicci Martinez will be Frida. Kelvin Yu will be Confucius, Neil Casey will be Topher Bus, Jana Schmieding will be Sacagawea, and Sam Richardson will be Wesley. Mo Gaffney will be Ms. Grumbles, Al Madrigal will be Frederico, Danny Pudi will be Dr. Neelankavil, and Emily Maya Mills will be Ethel Merman. Michael Bolton will be playing himself, and Mandy Moore, Ian Ziering, Steve Kerr, and Jeffrey Muller, Kyle Lau, Dannah Phirman, and Danielle Schneider will all be lending their voices to the show as well.

The new series will debut with two episodes on May 23rd, with two new episodes airing every Thursday leading up to the final two episodes on June 22nd. Fans of the original series are sure to be thrilled by the new show, which promises to be just as funny and irreverent as the original while introducing new characters and storylines that are sure to keep audiences engaged.

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Clone High is produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, with executive producers including Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Bill Lawrence, Erica Rivinoja, Erik Durbin, Judah Miller, ShadowMachine’s Corey Campodonico and Alex Bulkley, and Jeff Ingold. The series is sure to be a hit with fans of the original, as well as with new audiences who are just discovering the show for the first time. With its witty writing, hilarious characters, and fresh take on the high school genre, Clone High is sure to be one of the most entertaining shows of the year.

Clone High returns on May 23, 2023, exclusively on Max.

About Clone High

Clone High

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Platform: MAX
Created by: Bill Lawrence, Phil Lord, Chris Miller
Production: MTV Entertainment, Lorder Miller Productions, Doozer Productions
Cast: Will Forte, Nicole Sullivan as Joan, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Christa Miller, Donald Faison, Judah Miller, Ayo Edebiri, Mitra Jouhari, Vicci Martinez, Kelvin Yu, Neil Casey, Jana Schmieding, Sam Richardson, Mo Gaffney, Al Madrigal as Frederico, Danny Pudi, Emily Maya Mills, Michael Bolton, Mandy Moore, Ian Ziering, Steve Kerr, Jeffrey Muller, Kyle Lau, Dannah Phirman, Danielle Schneider

Logline
A modern refresh of the hit series of the same name, CLONE HIGH follows a high school for clones of the greatest minds in history. Twenty years after the original experiment was put on ice, Joan, JFK, Abe, and Cleo have been thawed out to resume school with their new clone classmates – all while navigating a new set of cultural norms and overly dramatic teen relationships.

Source: Max

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