Netflix has just released the latest trailer for their new upcoming limited series comedy Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp. The eight episode series run takes place before the events of the 2001 cult film.
Director and co-writer David Wain made a point of having the actors play younger versions of themselves in the series despite most of them being fortysomething year-olds. Can’t be sure what’s funnier, that notion or just the amount of hilarity that is seen in the trailer alone. So check it out below.
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming Wet Hot American Summer limited prequel series coming to Netflix later this summer, titled Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. A teaser trailer was released back in January confirming the series’ gigantic cast.
The trailer is an advertisement for Camp Firewood, the fictional camp at which the movie and this series takes place. The movie, which is written by, directed by, and stars members of the MTV comedy group The State, takes place in 1981 and tells the story of the last day at camp, while this new series is a prequel taking place on the first day of that same summer camp season.
Because of the year the show is set in, this trailer ad for the camp is presented in the nostalgia-inducing style of an old VHS video tape. There’s something very strange about watching a VHS-style video in 1080p. You can check it out below.
Netflix has released a trailer for the upcoming Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, a limited series based on the 2001 comedy Wet Hot American Summer, which was made by the folks who brought us MTV’s sketch comedy show The State.
The show will run eight episodes, and reunites everyone involved with the original movie. The trailer is only a cast confirmation trailer, so it doesn’t show a whole lot, but it’s a nice tease that should get fans of the movie excited for the new show.
You can read a synopsis and watch the trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp here below.
A trailer for the new movie from Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant, titled Hell Baby, has been released online. The duo are two of the creators of Reno 911! and The State, and are making their feature directorial debut here in addition to penning the screenplay.
The movie is a horror-comedy about a couple who are expecting their first child when they move into their new home, a run down mess of a house in New Orleans…that also happens to be haunted.
You can read a full synopsis and check out the trailer for Hell Baby below now.