Class is back in session at Clone High. Twenty years after the animated MTV comedy went off the air, stars and producers of HBO Max’s revival gave fans a first look at the new episodes at WonderCon on Friday, March 24. As cast members Will Forte and Nicole Sullivan joined executive producers Chris Miller, Erica Rivinoja, and Erik Durbin for a Q&a panel at the convention, they revealed who’s on board for the HBO Max revival, which is scheduled to drop this spring. Courtesy of HBO Max The original series — created by Miller alongside Phil Lord and Bill Lawrence — centered on a high school for clones of historical figures. But MTV canceled the show in 2003, leaving the characters frozen in a meat locker at their winter prom. Luckily for fans, MTV Entertainment Studios announced a revival in 2020, and HBO Max gave the show a two-season order the following year.
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