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August 06, 2017

Netflix released this Friday (August 4) all episodes from Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later for streaming. Alongside with the new episodes, we could see some media outlets celebrating the Best Chris of 2017, with Indiewire stating that It’s King Pine’s camp, and we’re just living in it and TV Guide placing with gifs why Pine is the best part of WHAS – beware with spoilers if you didn’t see the episodes yet.

WHAS is the follow-up series to the film “Wet Hot American Summer” and the prequel series “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.” The new series takes place in 1991, ten years after the conclusion of the film. Chris comes back as Eric, our beloved rocker that had been hiding in seclusion at Camp Firewood for years (and whatever spoilers that may be added into this paragrapher won’t be for those who yet didn’t watch First Day of Camp).

Check in our gallery promotional images and screen captures of the episodes Chris took part in.

June 26, 2017

Netflix released last week the trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later. The sequel series follows Camp Firewood attendees – including Elizabeth Banks, Paul Rudd, Michael Ian Black – one decade after reunion pledge You can watch it below:

Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later – directed by David Wain and co-written by Wain and Michael Showalter – is set a decade after the events of the 2001 film. The eight-part limited series is Netflix’s second revival of the cult classic comedy, following the 2015 prequel project First Day of Camp.

10 Years Later – which launches globally on Friday, August 4th – also features Wain and Showalter among its all-star cast, along with A.D. Miles, Beth Dover, Chris Meloni, Chris Pine, David Hyde Pierce, H. Jon Benjamin, Jason Schwartzman, Joe Lo Truglio, John Early, Josh Charles and Kristen Wiig.

New cast members include Dax Shepard, Alyssa Milano, Samm Levine and Adam Scott – the latter in what Netflix describes as a “hilarious secret role.”