Jacob Artist is set to recur in Season 2 of E!’s “The Arrangement.”

According to Deadline, Artist will play Wes Blaker, a charming young man with a sharp sense of humor and a dark side.

Artist is best known for his role as Jake Puckerman in Seasons 4 and 5 of Fox’s “Glee.” The 24-year-old actor also plays the recurring role of Brandon Fletchers in ABC’s “Quantico” and guest starred as Todd Connors on FX’s “American Horror Story: Roanoke.”

In addition to his upcoming stint on “The Arrangement,” Artist will also be seen next in a starring role in the upcoming horror film “Party Crashers,” as well as in the thriller movie “Blood Money” alongside John Cusack.

Artist is the latest addition to the list of newcomers in the sophomore run of “The Arrangement.” He joins previously announced new cast members Garcelle Beauvais and Ruffin Prentiss, who had both booked recurring roles.

Beauvais was cast in the role of Mason, a charismatic and intelligent businesswoman with ties to DeAnn’s (Lexa Doig) past. Prentiss, meanwhile, was tapped to play popular jazz musician Xavier Hughes.

Plot details about Season 2 are being kept under wraps, but one of the things that fans are eager to find out is whether Megan (Christina Evangelista) plans to harm Kyle (Josh Henderson) after vowing to burn down the Institute for the Higher Mind at the end of the Season 1 finale.

“That is a very, very good question,” Evangelista told TVLine last May when asked if Megan would like to take down Kyle together with the Institute. “Megan is at a point now where she either turns against him or she realizes that she wants to take him with her, and I’m not sure which direction it’s going to go in. I know that they genuinely love each other, and she wants to trust him, and perhaps she wants to help him in some way. Maybe a part of her plan is to get him out of the Institute? Or maybe it’s to take them all down?”

Meanwhile, since much of Megan’s backstory was already fleshed out in Season 1, Henderson told The Daily Dish that fans will likely learn more about Kyle’s past next season. “Our writer Jonathan Abrahams … wants to push the envelope even more,” Henderson said last May when asked about Season 2 plans. “He’s telling me he wants to completely continue to wow the audience. That’s a big task, but he can do it, so I got all the faith with him in the world.”

E! has yet to set a premiere date for “The Arrangement” Season 2, but filming for the new season started last July in Vancouver.