Method, means again within the early 2000s, MTV aired the sensible animated collection Clone Excessive, by which secret authorities workers dug up well-known guys and girls and made amusing genetic copies. Nicely, this highschool collection about clone teenagers, created by Phil Lord, Chris Miller, and Invoice Lawrence was canceled after just one season, however now, HBO Max is bringing the one-season masterpiece for a revival, and Miller has revealed the title of the primary new episode.
Shared on Miller’s Twitter account, the 21 Bounce Road and The Lego Film co-director acknowledged that he was “about to do a desk learn” or Episode 201 of Clone Excessive. The episode, entitled “Let’s Attempt This Once more,” is written by Lord, Miller, and Clone Excessive showrunner Erica Rivinoja, who beforehand labored as a producer on Lord and Miller’s The Final Man on Earth.
After Clone Excessive was canceled, Lord and Miller turned two of essentially the most sought-after comedy administrators of the 2010s. Again in 2014, Lord and Miller joked that “our complete profession has simply been about getting Clone Excessive again on the air.”
Nevertheless, lots of the duo’s initiatives through the years have referenced the collection. The pair had talked about making a Clone Excessive film, and within the Lord and Miller-produced Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, a poster for a film referred to as Clone School might be seen in Instances Sq.. Additionally in The Lego Film, Will Forte, who voiced the teenage model of Abraham Lincoln in Clone Excessive, additionally voices the Lego model of Lincoln.
Whereas it’s unclear who will probably be returning to Clone Excessive on this new season, or once we can anticipate the collection to make its HBO Max debut, the truth that the staff is doing a desk learn is an thrilling improvement for the venture. If you happen to’ve by no means watched the genius first season of Clone Excessive, it’s at present obtainable to stream on Paramount+. Try Miller's Tweet under.
About to do a desk learn. pic.twitter.com/cFD88xT4ah
— Christopher Miller (@chrizmillr) June 23, 2021
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