Wet Hot American Summer Lands Series Order at Netflix

Wet Hot American Summer Series Order Netflix

Write your name in your underwear and sharpen your s’mores sticks: Camp Firewood is about to re-open its doors.

Wet Hot American Summer, the 2001 big-screen comedy, will live on as an eight-episode Netflix limited series, per our sister site Deadline.

Even better for fans of the cult classic: Deadline reports that almost every member of the original cast — including Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games movies), Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: SVU), Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation), Paul Rudd (Parks and Recreation) and Bradley Cooper (Wedding Crashers) — will return for the revival.

Movie scribes David Wain and Michael Showalter created the series; Wain also will direct.

A rep for Netflix would not confirm the series order.



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  1. Joey says:

    I think I just let out the most high-pitched squeal.

  2. Jerry says:

    I hope the fridge is invited back as well.

  3. Tom says:

    Bradley Cooper coulda used Jack & Bobby but I understand you want to go for more well known stuff

  4. Steven says:

    I hope they get David Hyde Pierce and Janeane Garofalo to make an appearance.

  5. Matty says:

    This sounds awesome! I hope they get Janeane Garofalo back as well!

  6. Samson says:

    I like how Bradley Cooper’s movie reference is Wedding Crashers and not one of the movies he starred in that was nominated for an Oscar.

  7. HAP says:

    So, a movie that scored 31 on Rotten Tomatoes, and 42 on Metacritic is prime for a new Netflix run?? Thought the people at Netflix had better taste and better projects to spend their money on.

  8. Anna says:

    This is FANTASTIC.