Anna Faris may have ended her marriage to Chris Pratt in real life, but the actress’ character, Christy, could find a new love interest in “Mom” Season 5.

According to Entertainment Weekly, “13 Reasons Why” star Steven Weber will guest star in at least one episode of the hit CBS sitcom as Patrick. He is the newly-divorced brother of Adam (William Fichtner), the boyfriend of Bonnie (Allison Janney). Patrick will create some tension when he reveals that he’s interested in Christy (Faris). Unfortunately, no other details about Weber’s appearance have been revealed aside from the fact that his episode will air in November.

CBS decided to renew “Mom” for another season in March. According to Variety, several other comedies have also been picked up by the network. “Big Bang Theory” has been renewed for Seasons 11 and 12, while “Kevin Can Wait” was picked up for Season 2. “Life in Pieces” Season 3, “Man With a Plan” Season 2 and “Superior Donuts” Season 2 were confirmed as well.

Meanwhile, Faris and Pratt announced their decision to go their separate ways last week. According to TMZ, there is no truth to the rumors suggesting that a third party was involved. Rather, Faris and Pratt have very different views about family. A source told the publication that Faris wants her family to be together most of the time, and she also wants to have more children.

Pratt, on the other hand, has a lot of engagements at the moment. Since he and Faris tied the knot in 2009, Pratt has landed multiple projects that required him to be away from his wife and son, Jack, for most of the year. The source told the publication that Pratt doesn’t want to have more kids since juggling his personal life with his career has been very difficult.

In 2016, there were also rumors that Pratt cheated on Faris. In her podcast, “Anna Faris is Unqualified,” the actress admitted that she felt insecure hearing about such claims. “Chris and I, we talk about this a lot. We grapple with a lot of the ideas of being a public couple. I just remember feeling so hurt in a way that bothered me, because I didn’t want to think of myself as somebody who could be affected by tabloid [claims],” she said.