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Hollywood Reporter TV Critics: 10 Great Shows That Feel Like Summer

The next few months may not come with all the usual pleasures, but these series offer their own versions of the breezy escapism, steamy atmosphere and melancholic nostalgia viewers may be craving.

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in December

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix next month.

‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Graphic Novel Sets Creative Team

Christopher Hastings and Noah Hayes are bringing the cult comedy series to comics this November for Boom! Studios.

8 Things to Watch This Weekend

Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' finally hits the big screen, while Netflix's 'Wet Hot American Summer' and SyFy's 'Sharknado' sequels take over TV.

‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’: TV Review

'Wet Hot American Summer' returns for its second season on Netflix, and while there are plenty of laughs, there are more slow patches than ever before.

‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’ Trailer: The Gang Gets Back Together

Find out what kind of people the Camp Firewood staff have blossomed into in the first look at the Netflix sequel series.

‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’ Set at Netflix

The eight-episode comedy will complete the vow made at the end of the 2001 feature film.

David Wain on Bringing ‘Wet Hot American Summer’s’ “Untold Story” to Netflix

"It just felt like, 'Wow, either this is going to be a four-hour movie or we're going to butcher it,' " the co-creator and director tells THR about turning the prequel into a series.

Michael Showalter on More ‘Wet Hot American Summer’: “Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way”

The co-creator behind the upcoming prequel series is confident there will be more stories beyond 'First Day of Camp.'

Dress du Jour: Amy Poehler’s Cute Graphic Romper

Because what else would one wear to the premiere of 'Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp'?

‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp’: TV Review

Netflix’s very funny "Wet Hot American Summer" revival revisits the denizens of Camp Firewood fourteen years later and two months earlier.