Chris Parnell
Chris Parnell will play the role of a college administrator in the spinoff for “Black-ish.” Pictured: Parnell at the 2015 Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2015. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

The “Black-ish” spinoff just cast “Suburgatory” alum Chris Parnell in a guest-starring role.

According to Deadline, Parnell will play the role of a college administrator who will be featured in the pilot episode of the ABC spinoff. The new show will chronicle the life of Yara Shahidi’s character, Zoey, as she heads to college. Zoey is the eldest daughter of Dre (Anthony Anderson) and Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross). She is popular, stylish and smart. Her siblings look up to her because she is also a good role model to them. But college life won’t come easy for Zoey, who will soon learn that there are other students who are more popular, stylish and smart than her.

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Meanwhile, a second administrator will also be introduced, and he will be played by “Veep” star Matt Walsh. Zoey will also come face-to-face with a male student in her future school who will be played by “American Crime” alum Trevor Jackson.

As of late, other details about the “Black-ish” spinoff are still being finalized. But TV Line reported that Parnell and Jackson have options to become series regulars. Walsh, on the other hand, will only recur in multiple episodes. It is still unclear whether or not Zoey’s parents and siblings, Andre (Marcus Scribner), Jack (Mile Brown) and Diane (Marsai Martin), will make cameos in the spinoff.

Earlier this year, reports about the spinoff surfaced online. At the time, it was revealed that the spinoff was still on its early stages and no script has been penned yet. If the show will be a go, it will still be created by “Black-ish” execs Kenya Barris and Larry Wilmore. The spinoff is expected to premiere around the end of the year.