“Mistresses” Season 4 Spoilers
Wilson Cruz, pictured at the 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards on April 2, 2016, in Beverly Hills, California, will play a stylish role in Season 4 of “Mistresses.” Getty Images

Harry Davis is getting a makeover!

According to reports, a new character will make his way onto Season 4 of “Mistresses” on ABC to lend his fashion expertise to the hunky Aussie. TVLine revealed that the style guru set to shake up Harry’s (Brett Tucker) wardrobe will be portrayed by “Red Band Society” actor Wilson Cruz.

Rina Mimoun, executive producer of the sizzling summer show, dished that she was excited to reunite with Davis after having worked with the actor on the teen medical dramedy. “Red Band Society” was canceled after one season on Fox, concluding its run in February 2015.

According to the outlet, Cruz will play Dante, a “fiercely fabulous personal shopper” who will help Harry unleash his stylish side by revamping his closet. But we have to admit, the thought of another fashion mogul joining the “Mistresses” gang has us feeling a little weary following Calista’s (Jennifer Esposito) catastrophic departure.

Calista was the director of a luxury fashion line who befriended Joss (Jes Macallan) in Season 3 of the series. Their friendship took a bloody turn when Calista’s husband was found dead in her home. The women blamed each other for the death, resulting in the destruction of their friendship and the duo receiving jail time. However, in the finale, it was revealed that Calista’s crazed assistant was the maniac behind the murder. Joss uncovered the truth when Wilson (Jarod Joseph) held her at gunpoint while dressed up as Calista … wig and all.

Although Joss doesn’t have the best luck with friends who are fashion-forward, we have a feeling Davis’ character won’t be quite as dark as Calista. We can only imagine the hilarious comments set to come from the “unfiltered” personal shopper when “Mistresses” returns to the small screen.

Season 4 of “Mistresses” will air Monday, May 30, at 10 p.m. EDT on ABC.