Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later

After the previous series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, which was set as a prequel to the original, Netflix has now ordered another eight episodes with the Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later. It is as the title suggests 10 years after the release of the first film. Behind the new season are Michael Showalter and David Wain, who have already directed the cult film about youthful camp supervisors and clever children in the fictitious Camp Firewood.

The hormones will once again play crazy. In Firewood summer camp, girls become women and the caretakers cannot keep their hands apart. In 2001 the film Wet Hot American Summer captured the cinema. It ended with Bens (Cooper) promise that all the carers would meet again ten years after the end of the camp to see what it had become.

In 2015 Netflix followed the series with 8 episodes of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp with Michael Showalter and David Wain, who also has scripted the story of the film.

As early as April 27, 2016, Netflix ordered Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later. In August 2017, she will be on Netflix. If you have not seen Season 1, it's time to provide a little spoiler!

Season 1 begins in the 80s and starts with the first day at Camp Firewood, where the caretakers do not exactly embody what they should. Smoking, drinking, sex among colleagues and corruption is rampant in the camp. When the camp also goes financially down the stream, Beth (Janeane Garofalo) and her colleagues try to save the camp.

But the financial situation is not the only problem for campers, as the rivals of the Tiger Claw camp mock the Firewoods because Katie (Marguerite Moreau) is one of the leaders of the rich camp. And they are not exactly pleased that Andy (Paul Rudd) is approaching her. The situation escalates at the end of the first season and also for the residents of the Firewood Camp, there is a dramatic turn during the musical careers.

What happens of this chaotic pile 10 years later? If Season 2 is as absurd as Season 1, it can only be fun. Until the time comes, you have to be a little more patient. In 2001, today's stars such as Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, and Elizabeth Banks played together in the summer camp satire Wet Hot American Summer.