If you’ve been watching “The Big Bang Theory” and “The Office,” you’ve probably seen one of the “Big Bang Theory’s” new cast members, Kevin Andrews.
The actor and co-creator, who also appears in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “The Vampire Diaries” and other shows, will be joining the show for the first time on the series’ second season, which premieres this Sunday, Feb. 12 at 9 p.m.
Andrews will be playing an “ex-football player” and a “high school football coach” who has to deal with a former football player’s (Matthew Morrison) death.
He’s also played a character who was a “super fan” of “Biggie and Friends” and has a “stalker” in his past.
Here’s how the rest of the cast is filling in on the show’s new cast: “The Bachelor” contestant Kim Chi (who plays Kim’s mom) will be appearing on the first episode of the season, as will “Bachelorette” contestant Adam Levine (a former NFL player).
“The Bachelorett” contestant Kaitlin Olson (who’s a former “The Hills” contestant) will also be appearing in the first season of “The Voice.”
“The Blacklist” cast member and “Game of Thrones” star Jason Isaacs is also appearing on “The VH1 Presents” reality series.
“Scandal” cast members Tasha Dixon (played by “Scorpion”) and David Strathairn (played to the tune of “Teddy”) will also appear in “The Call,” the show that will take over the time slot of the previous season.
“The Simpsons” star/actor Jon Hamm will be in the new season as well, which also includes “Bart and Lisa,” a former college basketball player.
“Big Brother” and season seven cast member J.J. Abrams will also star in the show, which will also feature a “Game Changers” theme song.