'Wet Hot American Summer' Sequel Is A Go! Michael Showalter Confirms On 'Watch What Happens Live' (VIDEO)

'Wet Hot American Summer' Sequel Is A Go!

"Watch What Happens Live" (Weeknights, 11 p.m. EST on Bravo) is fast becoming the go-to place to get scoops on TV shows, movie projects and celebrity gossip.

"Wet Hot American Summer" writer and star Michael Showalter stopped by Wednesday night and answered the question fans have been dying to ask: Is there going to be a "Wet Hot American Summer" sequel?

"Absolutely yes. One hundred percent yes," said Showalter. "The whole gang. Everyone's back. We're doing it."

So there you have it: Confirmation straight from Coop himself.

"Wet Hot American Summer" didn't exactly set the box office on fire when it was released in 2001, but since then, cast members like Bradley Cooper and Elizabeth Banks have gone on to hit the big time, and the summer camp satire has garnered a huge fanbase and cult status.

Rumors of a much-longed-for sequel have been doing the rounds since last summer when cast members Christopher Meloni, Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, Janeane Garofalo and David Hyde Pierce all told "Entertainment Weekly" that they would love to do it.

Later on on "What What Happens Live," Showalter took part in a very messy blindfold challenge. "Top Chef" host Padma Lakshmi tried to feed him mystery ingredients from a squeezy bottle, but when most of the food dripped onto the Bravo clubhouse floor, host Andy Cohen had to intervene to save the precious rug.

Tune in for more scoops on "Watch What Happens Live," Weeknights at 11 p.m. EST on Bravo.

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