Dec. 17 (UPI) -- Nick Offerman's character sums it up in the trailer: "Nobody gave a sh** about the 'Jump Street' reboot, but you got lucky. So now this department has invested a lot of money to make sure Jump Street keeps going."
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill's 2012 reboot of the classic 1980s series proved surprisingly popular with both critics and audiences -- thanks to its meta commentary on 1980s clichés and Hollywood remakes -- so much so that the unexpected comedic duo reunited for a sequel.
In 22 Jump Street, the boys reprise their roles as undercover cops and move to a new headquarters across the street. They're way too old for high school, so they head back to college instead, in the hopes of infiltrating an undergraduate drug ring.
Ice Cube, Rob Riggle and Dave Franco also return for the sequel.
22 Jump Street hits theaters June 2014.