We are so ready for Big Brother to return for Season 19!
The hit reality series returns to the small screen on June 28 at 8 p.m. on CBS in a two-hour premiere episode — and it sounds like we can expect to see some familiar faces this time around.
Caleb Reynolds, who appeared on Season 16 and also starred on Survivor for Season 32 and Season 34, hinted on Twitter that he would like to return for the upcoming season of Big Brother.
"I'm looking ahead, and so should you! You haven't seen the last, of BMC," he wrote, referring to his nickname “Beast Mode Cowboy.”
I'm looking ahead, and so should you! You haven't seen the last, of BMC pic.twitter.com/o7b9478v1y— CALEB REYNOLDS (@CalebReynolds) March 17, 2017
His cryptic message was met with mixed reviews, some saying they would prefer not to see him on BB19.
"Maybe it's time to move on from reality TV. So much more you can do," one user wrote.
"Hope not," said another.
Others encouraged him to move on and try out for [The Amazing Race](http://www.cbs.com/shows/amazingrace/)_ — while supportive fans expressed their sadness after seeing him get eliminated off of Survivor again.
Here is everything else you need to know about the potential returnee!
1. His wife is pregnant.
Caleb revealed last month that he and Ashley Jay are expecting their first child together. This makes baby No. 1 for Caleb, while Ashley has a daughter named Kylie from a previous relationship.
2. He served in the United States Army.
In his Big Brother bio, he describes his service as his proudest accomplishment.
3. He has come under fire in the past for making racial slurs.
Back in 2014, Caleb was under intense media scrutiny after calling President Barack Obama a "Muslim monkey" in addition to other hurtful remarks pertaining to racism and homophobia. His family quickly rushed to his defense and insisted he was a good guy — his brother even telling TMZ at the time, "A racist man doesn't fight next to a black man for this country."
4. His religion is very important to him.
Elsewhere in his Big Brother bio, Caleb says he would take his Bible to the house "just to get my daily word in and scriptures to give me guidance and peace." While describing his wife's pregnancy to Us Weekly, he also pointed out that he was "raised with high morals and standards, like waiting until marriage."
"Ashley and I feel like we just did everything right," he told the publication.
5. He works as an adventure hunting guide.
When he's not filming for reality TV, that is.