King of the Hill Reboot Will Involve a Time Jump Says Greg Daniels

Ever since King of the Hill concluded with its final episodes in 2010, diehard fans and followers of the Hill family (and their various antics in the fictional town of Arlen, Texas) have been eagerly waiting for any potential news of a revival — or even a hint that the series will continue to live on in some form. Although original series co-creators Mike Judge and Greg Daniels have been positing a reboot show since as early as 2017, it wasn’t until early last year that King of the Hill writer Brent Forrester divulged that the two were in "hot negotiations" to officially resurrect the show. When it was reported earlier this month that Judge and Daniels’ new animation company Bandera Entertainment had several projects in development, including a King of the Hill revival, reactions were overwhelmingly positive — and Collider was able to chat with Daniels shortly after the news broke about the status of more Hill stories.

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