‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’: When Is It Released on Netflix?

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Saeed Adyani/Netflix It is time to head back to Camp Firewood!

It’s time to head back to Camp Firewood! Creators David Wain and Michael Showalter are back with another Wet Hot American Summer Netflix show, checking in on their wacky characters 10 years after the events of the cult 2001 movie. Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later debuts on Friday, August 4 at 3:00 a.m. ET/12:00 a.m. PT. Read on for a preview and to find out who’s coming back! You can click here

At the end of the 2001 movie, the gang promised to return to Camp Firewood for a reunion to see how their lives have changed. Now it’s time to fulfill that promise and surprisingly, everyone shows up! Unfortunately, they learn that Beth (Janeane Garofalo) is planning on selling the camp, so they try their best to stop it.

In addition to most members of the star-studded ensemble cast finding time to come back, there’s a new group of characters joining in on the fun. Alyssa Milano, Jai Courtney, Adam Scott, Melanie Lynskey and Dax Shepard will appear in the new show.

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Saeed Adyani/NetflixAmy Poehler in Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later.

When Wet Hot American Summer was first released, the film was considered a bomb, grossing just $295,206 in a very limited release. But after the film’s home video release and TV airings, it gained a big following. It helped that almost every member of the main cast, including Paul Rudd, Ken Marino, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Joe Lo Truglio, Elizabeth Banks and Christopher Meloni, went on to become top Hollywood stars.

Wain and Showalter, who also plays Coop, crafted a 2015 prequel series for Netflix called Wet Hot American Summer: First Day at Camp. That series, like the new one, ran eight episodes and featured the entire cast from the movie. However, Cooper couldn’t return for Ten Years Later, so Adam Scott is in his role.

RELEASE DATE: Friday, August 4, 2017

TIME: 3 a.m. ET/12 a.m. PT


Elizabeth Banks as Lindsay
Michael Ian Black as McKinley Dozen & George H. W. Bush
Janeane Garofalo as Beth
Joe Lo Truglio as Neil
Ken Marino as Victor Pulak
Christopher Meloni as Gene Jenkinson/Jonas Jurgenson
A. D. Miles as Gary
Marguerite Moreau as Katie
Zak Orth as J.J.
Amy Poehler as Susie
Paul Rudd as Andy Fleckner
Marisa Ryan as Abby Bernstein
Molly Shannon as Gail Dana Starfield
Michael Showalter as Gerald “Coop” Cooperberg & Ronald Reagan
Chris Pine as Eric
Kristen Wiig as Courtney
Josh Charles as Blake McCarthy
Lake Bell as Donna Berman
Jason Schwartzman as Greg
H. Jon Benjamin as Mitch/Can of Mixed Vegetables
David Hyde Pierce as Henry Neumann
Samm Levine as Arty
John Early as Logan St. Bogan
Rich Sommer as Graham
Eric Nenninger as Warner
Nina Hellman as Nancy
Beth Dover as Shari
David Wain as Yaron and Bill Clinton

New Cast:
Mark Feuerstein as Mark
Alyssa Milano as Renata
Skyler Gisondo as Jeremy “Deegs” Deegenstein
Jai Courtney as Garth MacArthur
Marlo Thomas as Vivian
Joey Bragg as Seth
Anne-Marie Johnson as Burkhart
Chris Redd as Mason
Adam Scott as Ben (Bradley Cooper’s role)
Dax Shepard
Sarah Burns
Melanie Lynskey

Created, Written & Executive Produced by Michael Showalter & David Wain
Directed by David Wain
Production Companies: Showalter Wain

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