Wet Hot American Summer sequel series Ten Years Later fulfilled the promise of the 2001 film; calling into question a third Netflix season. Producers have left that open-ended, but it seems Wet Hot American Summer will at least return in comic form from the writers of Gwenpool later this year.
It remains to be seen if we’ll ever revisit Wet Hot American Summer with another Ten Years Later (or beyond), but there’s always more to see. An alternate beginning to the sequel series reveals the one (downer) introduction Coop mercifully missed out on.
Now that Bradley Cooper’s cat is out of the bag, there’s no reason to delay welcoming Adam Scott to the Wet Hot American Summer cast. Enjoy a Parks and Recreation reunion, as our first Ten Years Later clip highlights some very visible changes for the Camp Firewood characters.
Wet Hot American Summer was bound to have a little difficulty reuniting that cast (again), though Ten Years Later brought more than a few new faces to compensate for losing Bradley Cooper. As it turns out, Adam Scott will even go above and beyond to fill that void.
Wet Hot American Summer fans were happy enough to have Netflix return to Camp Firewood fourteen years after the fact; another reunion Ten Years Later is just gravy. Well, we may yet have more Wet Hot American Summers on deck, as writers have at least considered future seasons.
It’s only taken sixteen years, but Wet Hot American Summer is finally taking us Ten Years Later. The whole Camp Firewood gang is back for the Netflix sequel series trailer, which now sets an August premiere.
It isn’t terribly likely that Wet Hot American Summer will gather its all-star cast for an additional Netflix season beyond the Ten Years Later sequel, so stars and producers David Wain, Michael Showalter and Michael Ian Black will need something else to do. Enter TBS, who booked the trio on …
Just when we thought Jai Courtney was officially the movies’ responsibility to make happen, Netflix brings him boomeranging back. The Suicide Squad star has officially joined Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later in role that feels oddly true-to-life.