Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later's First Trailer Drops

Fans of the 2001 cult comedy film Wet Hot American Summer and its 2015 prequel series just got a lovely summertime gift: The first trailer for the upcoming Netflix sequel, Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later.

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Set in 1991, the sequel series fulfills a seed planted in a post-credit scene in the original film -- based on a joke from earlier in the movie -- wherein the campers and staff of Camp Firewood reunite 10 years after their first summer together, as adults.

Well, as promised, the eight-episode series will deliver on that premise, with all the faces you love from the original film and prequel series, in addition to plenty of newcomers. The State and Stella alumni David Wain and Michael Showalter wrote the series, and Wain directed all eight episodes.

Take a look at the trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later below.

Sometimes, in order to move forward...you have to go back.

Welcome to the Camp Firewood 10 Year Reunion! From David Wain and Michael Showalter, the filmmakers that brought the original 2001 cult classic and the 2015 acclaimed prequel series by the same name, Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later is the hilarious new eight-part limited series starring the original cast, plus an all-star lineup of new cast members. 10 Years Older. 10 Years Hotter. 10 Years Wetter.

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Debuting August 4 on Netflix, directed by David Wain and written by Wain and Michael Showalter, Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later stars returning cast members A.D. Miles, Amy Poehler, Beth Dover, Chris Meloni, Chris Pine, David Hyde Pierce, David Wain, Elizabeth Banks, Eric Nenninger, H. Jon Benjamin, Janeane Garofalo, Jason Schwartzman, Joe Lo Truglio, John Early, Josh Charles, Ken Marino, Kristen Wiig, Lake Bell, Marguerite Moreau, Marisa Ryan, Michael Ian Black, Michael Showalter, Molly Shannon, Nina Hellman, Paul Rudd, Rich Sommer, Sarah Burns and Zak Orth, in addition to newcomers Skyler Gisondo, Samm Levine, Mark Feuerstein, Marlo Thomas, Joey Bragg, Jai Courtney, Dax Shepard, Alyssa Milano​ and Adam Scott.

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