Ever since 2001,Wet Hot American Summer fans have wondering whether the counselors at Camp Firewood really did make it their beeswax to meet up ten years later. Now, thanks to Netflix, we'll finally found out.
The streaming service announced that Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later will premiere in 2017. The eight-episode season is Netflix's follow-up to Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, which acted as a prequel to the cult classic.
Michael Showalter and David Wain will once again write the series, but no casting has been announced. However, given that all of the movie's original stars - including Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Banks, Chris Meloni and Paul Rudd - managed to appear in First Day of Camp, we can't imagine Showalter and Wain would move forward with Ten Years Later unless they were confident they could reunite the cast.
So until we know more, just keep counting down the days in your gurnal until 2017, when we can once again return to Camp Firewood.