Max has revealed the trailer for its forthcoming revival of the cult hit 2002 MTV animated series Clone High.
When will Clone High HBO Max episodes come out?
The series is scheduled to make its debut on May 23 with the first two episodes. They’ll be followed by two new episodes debuting each Thursday, which start June 1. It all leads up to the final two episodes on June 22.
The video features teenage versions of historical figures, including Abraham Lincoln and Joan of Arc, once again voiced by Will Forte and Nicole Sullivan. It highlights their reactions to the modern world after both discover they were frozen for two decades.
Check out the Clone High trailer below (watch more trailers here):
Phil Lord and Chris Miller are executive producers on the Clone High reboot. The Lego Movie directors will also return to their respective roles as Scudworth and JFK. It will also feature the return of Christa Miller as Candide Sampson, Donald Faison as George Washington Carver, and Judah Miller as Scangrade.
Joining them are new voice cast members: Ayo Edebiri as Harriet; Mitra Jouhari as Cleo; Vicci Martinez as Frida; Kelvin Yu as Confucius; Neil Casey as Topher Bus; Jana Schmieding as Sacagawea; Sam Richardson as Wesley; Mo Gaffney as Ms. Grumbles; Al Madrigal as Frederico; Danny Pudi as Dr. Neelankavil; Emily Maya Mills as Ethel Merman; Michael Bolton as Michael Bolton, Mandy Moore as Mandy Moore, Ian Ziering as Ian Ziering; Steve Kerr as Steve Kerr; and Jeffrey Muller, Kyle Lau, Dannah Phirman, and Danielle Schneider.
“Clone High is set at a high school for clones of historical figures,” reads the synopsis. “After a high school that was secretly being run as an elaborate military experiment to clone the greatest minds in history was put on ice, the clones have been thawed out 20 years later to resume the experiment with new clone classmates – all while navigating a new set of cultural norms and overly dramatic teen relationships.”
Executive producers include Lord, Miller, Bill Lawrence, Erica Rivinoja, and Erik Durbin. It hails from MTV Entertainment Studios.