Bret Harrison and Tyler Labine
Bret Harrison and Tyler Labine are set to reprise their “Reaper” roles in an upcoming episode of ABC’s “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World.” Pictured: Harrison and Labine speak for the television show “Reaper” during the CW portion of the Television Critics Association Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 20, 2007. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

“Kevin (Probably) Saves the World” is staging a reunion between “Reaper” stars Bret Harrison and Tyler Labine.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Harrison and Labine are reprising their roles from the CW series on the Feb. 20 episode of ABC’s “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World.”

On the “Reaper,” which aired from 2007 to 2009, Harrison played the role of Sam Oliver, a college dropout whose life completely changed when he discovered that his parents had promised him to the devil. When he turned 21, Sam began his new life as a reaper, retrieving souls that had escaped from Hell. Labine, meanwhile, portrayed the character of Sock, Sam’s friend who assisted him collecting souls.

In Harrison and Labine’s debut episode on “Kevin (Probably) Save the World,” Kevin (Jason Ritter) and Kristin (India de Beaufort) will come across the “strange, mysterious duo” of Sam and Sock hiding out in the middle of nowhere.

Reuniting Harrison and Labine on the small screen is supposed to be easy for “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World” creators Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters, as the two were also the ones who created “Reaper.”

This isn’t going to be the first time Fazekas and Butters have used an episode of “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World) to reunite with some of the actors they had worked with before. The two actually staged a mini-“Agent Carter” reunion in Season 1, episode 12 of “Kevin (Probably) Saves the World.” In a fantasy sequence in the said hour, some of the food Tyler (Dustin Ybarra) was working with in the kitchen memorably talked back to him. James D’Arcy voiced a pat of butter on an English muffin; Enver Gjokaj embodied a milk carton; and Wynn Everett played a pancake.

“Everyone is all over the world, everyone has different jobs, and this is something that is really easy to do,” Fazekas told Variety of how the “Agent Carter” reunion came about. “Even if you’re working, even if you’re somewhere halfway across the globe, you can go to some facility, record a couple of lines and leave. It’s not a big commitment, so that’s sort of also what made it ideal.”

“They all share our appreciation for the ridiculous, and I think that was helpful,” Butters added.

“Kevin (Probably) Saves the World” returns from its two-week hiatus on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 10 p.m. EST on ABC.