Netflix is reportedly in talks to develop a series based in the world of Wet Hot American Summer. According to Variety, the streaming service, taking cues from its success with Arrested Development, wants to create a 10-episode prequel series that may even reunite the cast from the 2001 comedy. Wet Hot American Summer, a romantic comedy parody that takes place at Camp Firewood in the summer of 1981, has by now developed quite a cult following. The new series will reportedly then take place while the main characters — including such comedy mainstays as Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, and Bradley Cooper — are still in high school. However, it the series does get the go-ahead, itll be be yet another win for Netflix.