Netflix has a new college-set horror series, “The Order,” dropping tomorrow, and getting to know the cast is the best way to prepare for all the craziness to come.

“College freshman Jack Morton [Jake Manley] joins a fabled secret society, The Order, where he is thrust into a world of magic, monsters and intrigue,” according to the synopsis. “As Jack goes deeper, he uncovers dark family secrets and an underground battle between werewolves and the magical dark arts.”

You’ll get to meet all of the characters on Thursday when “The Order,” which was created and written by Dennis Heaton and Shelley Eriksen, is released, but it’s more than possible you already know the cast of the Netflix show.

Here are the actors starring on the drama and what projects you might’ve seen them in before:

Jake Manley (Jack Morton)

His onscreen credits go back to 2012, but Manley’s career really started heating up in 2015 when his Disney Channel movie, “Bad Hair Day,” was released, his Hallmark movie, “Northpole: Open for Christmas ,“ came out and his episodes of “Heroes: Reborn” aired. Most recently, he had an arc on Season 4 of The CW’s “iZombie” as Fisher Webb aka Captain Seattle.

Sarah Grey (Alyssa)

Like Manley, 2015 was a big year for Grey. She had two Lifetime movies — “The Wrong Girl” and “A Mother’s Instinct,” as well as the Nickelodeon flick, “Liar, Liar, Vampire.” Aside from doing a few episodes of “Legends of Tomorrow” as Stargirl and guest-starring on “iZombie” and “Lucifer,” Grey’s mainly been working the TV movie circuit the last few years.

She plays Julie Turner in Hallmark’s “The Wedding March” franchise, worked with “The Order” co-star Adam DiMarco for 2016’s “Mommy’s Secret” and 2017’s “Last Night in Suburbia” and starred in Lifetime’s “Story of a Girl.”

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Matt Frewer (Pete)

Most recently, viewers have likely seen Frewer in a few episodes of Netflix’s “Altered Carbon,” as well as on shows like, “Orphan Black,” “Timeless,” “The Art of More” and “Olympus.” He also worked on “Falling Skies” and “Eureka,” as well as movies like, “Watchmen” and “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.”

Sam Trammell (Clarke)

After starring on HBO’s “True Blood” for seven seasons, from 2008 to 2014, Trammell’s no stranger to the fictional world of werewolves and monsters. He’s taken a little break from that genre over the last few years, with movies like, “Imperium,” “Say You Will” and “Life Support,” but he’s jumping right back into it.

Max Martini (Edward Coventry / Grand Magus)

With so many action projects under his belt, like “The Unit,” from 2006 to 2009, the short-lived “Crisis” series, 2016’s “13 Hours” and “Spectral” and episodes of “Flashpoint,” “Training Day” and “NCIS: Los Angeles,” Martini usually plays a character you’d want on your side to help defeat the enemy; Or, even, a character to fully protect you from enemies, like he did as Taylor for Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) and Ana Steele (Dakota Johnson) in the “Fifty Shades of Grey” franchise.

Adam DiMarco (Randall)

Just as Manley is,  DiMarco’s coming to “The Order” from Disney Channel and Hallmark. His breakout role arrived in 2012 with the lead male role opposite Debby Ryan in “Radio Rebel.” The same year he made his Hallmark debut with a small part in Barry Watson’s “Kiss at Pine Lake.”

From there, he was in movies like, Hallmark’s “After All These Years,” “Words and Pictures” with Clive Owen, Disney Channel’s “Zapped” with Zendaya and “The Order” co-star Louriza Tronco and PixL’s “Secret Millionaire.” He currently stars as Todd on Syfy’s “The Magicians.”

Louriza Tronco (Gabrielle)

Aside from working on “Zapped” with DiMarco, as well as the 2015 movie “My Life as a Dead Girl” with him, Tronco also starred on the Nickelodeon’s musical series, “Make It Pop,” for two seasons.

Most recently, she had roles in two Hallmark movies — 2018’s “Road to Christmas” with Chad Michael Murray and 2019’s “Mystery 101” with Kristoffer Polaha and Jill Wagner — and the Lifetime film, “No One Would Tell,” which also starred “Order” actress, Grey.

Aaron Hale (Brandon)

Before landing this Netflix series, Hale had roles on “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” and “Pure” and guest-starring gigs on “Nikita,” “Warehouse 13” and a few other TV shows.

Thomas Elms (Hamish Duke)

He’s had small roles on TV shows, including “Aftermath,” “Timeless” and “Project Blue Book,” but this will be Elms’ first series regular gig. He was also in the 2018 Hallmark movie, “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: The Disappearing Game” and Bella Thorne’s thriller flick, “I Still See You.”

Devery Jacobs (Lilith Bathory)

Recently, she’s been working on the CTV series, “Cardinal,” but prior to that, Jacobs could be seen on shows like, “This Life,” “Cold” and “Mohawk Girls.”

Check out all 10 episodes of Season 1 of “The Order” when it comes out on Netflix on Thursday.