It’s been three years since the last season of MTV’s “Scream: The TV Show” aired, and now the series is back with Season 3 on Monday with an all-new cast, new characters, a new location and on a new channel.

Essentially a reboot, the three-episode season of the Atlanta-set mini-series, which is now called “Scream: Resurrection,” premieres tonight with a two-hour episode on VH1, and then it’ll continue with its second two-hour episode on Tuesday, followed by its two-hour finale on Wednesday.

“GhostFace is back! When a shadowy figure from Deion’s [RJ Cyler] past returns to haunt his present, it threatens the lives of him and his newfound friends,” the synopsis shares of the new episodes. “The group decides to turn the tables and set a trap for their would-be killer.”

Get to know the new Season 3 cast of VH1’s “Scream: Resurrection,” as well as the characters they’re portraying (breakdowns via VH1):

RJ Cyler (Deion)

After starring as Earl in 2015’s “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” Cyler went on to play Billy, the Blue Ranger, in 2017’s big-screen adaptation of “Power Rangers.” He also had roles on the shows “Swamp Thing,” “Black Lightning,” “I’m Dying Up Here” and “Vice Principals.”

“A star running back for the high school football team, Deion hopes to secure a college football scholarship that will take him far away from Atlanta, a plan that seems destined to fail when he becomes the target of a masked killer with ties to his past. Someone knows Deion’s darkest secret… and they’ll use it to destroy him.”

Giorgia Whigham (Beth)

Viewers might recognize Whigham from her roles in Netflix projects like “13 Reasons Why,” where she played Kat, “Sierra Burgess is a Loser,” where she portrayed Chrissy, and “The Punisher,” where she starred as Amy Bendix.

“Caustic and darkly funny, Beth is the resident goth girl and a local tattoo artist. As an unapologetic fan of horror films, Beth is outspoken about her encyclopedic knowledge of movie murder… which is sure to come in handy with a killer on the loose.”

Keke Palmer (Kym)

The actress-singer is best known for her movies “Akeelah and the Bee” and “Jump In!” and her Nickelodeon show “True Jackson, VP.” She also played Marty Maraschino in NBC’s “Grease Live!” production in 2016 and Zayday Williams in Fox’s “Scream Queens” series. Most recently, she starred as April Lewis on Epix’s “Berlin Station” and recurred as Gigi on Fox’s “Star.”

On the music side, Palmer’s released multiple studio albums, mixtapes and EPs since her debut album, “So Uncool,” dropped in 2007.

“A rebel with a thousand causes, Kym is a bold and beautiful social activist with a big heart and zero patience for suffering fools. So when Kym and her friends find themselves hunted by a killer, she works to flip the script and survive at any cost.”

Jessica Sula (Liv)

Before working on the 2017 mini-series “Godless,” Sula starred on Freeform’s short-lived series, “Recovery Road,” as well as on the British teen series, “Skins.”

“As a member of the cheer squad and an honor roll student, she seems to have a good head on her shoulders and an ideal life. But as she and Deion grow closer amidst the murder and mayhem, it soon becomes clear that she has just as many secrets as everyone else.”

Giullian Yao Gioiello (Manny)

In 2014, Gioiello recurred as Scott on The CW’s “The Carrie Diaries,” and, most recently, he played BB on Netflix’s “Iron Fist” Marvel series.

“Gioiello plays Manny, who is openly gay and loyal to a fault. Usually the smartest person in the room, he’s destined to achieve great things. But his wits are put to the test when he suddenly finds himself in the crosshairs of a killer… which makes his simple goal of surviving high school and moving on with his life seem impossible.”

The “Scream: Resurrection” cast also includes the son of the late The Notorious B.I.G. and singer Faith Evans, CJ Wallace, as the quiet Amir, rapper Tyga as Deion’s half-brother Jamal, singer and actress Mary J. Blige (“Mudbound”) as Deion’s mom Sherry and Tyler Posey (“Teen Wolf,” “Now Apocalypse”) as stoner Shane.

The three-night Season 3 event for “Scream: The TV Series,” now titled “Scream: Resurrection,” kicks off on VH1 on Monday at 9 p.m. EDT with a two-hour premiere. The short season will finish out with two more two-hour episodes airing at 9 p.m. EDT on Tuesday and Wednesday.