HBO Max is bringing again Clone Excessive, the animated collection from Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Invoice Lawrence that initially ran for one season beginning in 2002. It was basically a parody of typical highschool dramas, however one set at a college for the clones of historic figures like Cleopatra and Gandhi. HBO calls the brand new model “a contemporary refresh of the hit collection” and says that every one three creators are on board. The present is being produced by MTV Leisure Studios and Erica Rivinoja, a author on the primary season who additionally labored on the sequel to Borat, will function showrunner.
Lord and Miller have been on a roll in recent times, engaged on movies like Cloudy With a Probability of Meatballs, 21 Leap Road, The Lego Film, and serving as government producers on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Clone Excessive, in the meantime, has seen a stunning resurgence of recognition on TikTok.
The information comes alongside two different animated collection orders from HBO Max. The streaming service may even be getting an grownup Scooby Doo spinoff referred to as Velma, starring Mindy Kaling within the titular position (she’s additionally an government producer on the present) in addition to Fired On Mars, “an existential office comedy set on the Martian campus of a contemporary tech firm” starring Pete Davidson. There’s no phrase but on when the brand new exhibits will debut.