“Big Brother” Season 16 winner Derrick Levasseur will make a television comeback in “Is O.J. Innocent?” According to Big Brother Network, Levasseur will serve as an undercover cop for Investigation Discovery channel’s three-night series that will premiere on Jan. 15 at 9 p.m. EST.

Levasseur works as an undercover cop in real life, and his job made his stint in “Big Brother” Season 16 a huge success. Since he knows how to detect lies and knows how to cover up his own, he was able to manipulate his fellow houseguests into thinking that he’s working in an entirely different field. As the winner of “Big Brother,” he brought home $1 million to his wife and child.

In the teaser released by Investigation Discovery, Levasseur joins investigators Kris Mohandie and Bill Dear in unraveling new clues in O.J. Simpson’s case back in 1995. The trio will also be visiting Bronco and interviewing some people who may have information about Simpson’s case.

In 1994, Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her good friend, Ronald Goldman, were found stabbed to death in her condominium. Simpson was charged with the murders, but he was acquitted of all criminal charges in 1995, according to ABC News.

Meanwhile, “People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” claimed the Golden Globe for best limited series or tv movie. The FX series beat out fellow crime dramas “American Crime,” “The Night Of,” “The Night Manager” and “The Dresser.”

In 2016, executive producer Ryan Murphy told Entertainment Weekly how he thinks the Simpson trial foreshadowed the cultural landscape of the United States. “It really shows you how we got to the place we are now in our culture. It changed the world in a very big way,” he said.