Over a year after we got word that Netflix had given the green light to continue the revamped Wet Hot American Summer saga, the streaming service has dropped a new trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later. And honestly, it looks like a damn good time.
The Netflix series is not a sequel to 2015's acclaimed prequel, First Day of Camp, which followed the counselors as they navigated their first 24 hours at Camp Firewood. Instead, the show picks up with the gang ten years after both the original WHAS film and the prequel were set. Got all that? Good.
Not much in the way of plot is revealed except that the characters' beloved summer camp is apparently being sold. What we do know is that Paul Rudd still plays a juvenile bad boy who has not aged well, Amy Poehler is still affably eccentric, and H. Jon Benjamin is still a talking can of vegetables.
With the exception of Bradley Cooper, the rest of the show's massive ensemble cast will also return, including—get ready—Elizabeth Banks, Marguerite Moreau, Janeane Garofalo, Chris Meloni, Ken Marino, Joe Lo Truglio, Molly Shannon, Michael Ian Black, Zak Orth, Michael Showalter, Kristen Wiig, Marisa Ryan, Lake Bell, David Wain, A.D. Miles, Nina Hellman, John Early, Josh Charles, Sarah Burns, Beth Dover, Chris Pine, David Hyde Pierce, Eric Nenninger, Jason Schwartzman, Rich Sommer and Samm Levine.
Get psyched for eight wet, hot episodes when Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later begins streaming August 4.