An Unfortunate Event is coming, and let's just hope it's slightly more fortunate than the last attempt at a film rendition of the popular YA series.
After we got a fun, but barely-there, teaser of the new Wet Hot American Summer prequel last week, today the Netflix gods have blessed us with a full length beautiful trailer.
They make sure to list as many stars as possible ("Introducing Jon Hamm" may be my favourite part of the trailer), and we already feel like we're back at camp.
Check out the trailer here, and catch all episodes July 31 on Netflix.
The First Day of Camp is almost a month away, so it's time to start getting ready.
Netflix helped us along that path by releasing the first trailer for the new series, an eight-episode prequel to the 2001 cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer.
You'll see all the familiar faces in the promo video for Camp Firewood below, as well as some new faces and a blossoming love affair.
First Day of Camp premieres July 31.
'Orange Is the New Black' Is Back
Out on early release for good behaviour.
Netflix released the third season of Orange Is the New Black earlier than expected Thursday evening (as if we weren't all gonna stay up late and watch anyways, baby).
The season starts off fairly happy-go-lucky, with mother's day taking over Litchfield as kids come in and visit their mothers (that ends quickly when you then have to see them leave, I'm still recovering).
All of our favourite characters are back behind bars (except for Jason Biggs and Pornstache - although we do meet Pornstache's mother [Mary Steenburgen]).
Without giving too much away, the loose ends from season two are tied up fairly quickly, with some incoming drama by the end of the second episode.
Within the first few episodes we got our requisite cat fights, drug smuggling, steamy hide-away sex sessions and a bed bug outbreak. We also saw a book funeral that we can only hope every book that passes on gets.
You can stream the entire third season on Netflix now.
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