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Where You've Seen The Cast Of Pitch Perfect: Bumper In Berlin Before

Peacock's new series "Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin" is returning fans to the "Pitch Perfect" universe, but that doesn't mean the show will only contain familiar faces. The show, which premieres November 23, will take Bumper — a former antagonist from the series — and transplant him into Germany, where a whole new host of ambitious singers and stars await him.

However, fans of the "Pitch Perfect" movies may be disappointed. In addition to Adam Devine, who plays Bumper, only one major character from the "Pitch Perfect" series will be returning. That said, the series will contain plenty of actors and actresses who will be familiar to anyone who owns a television. Plus, "Bumper in Berlin" will run for six episodes — with potential additional seasons — so there will be several opportunities for surprise appearances or guest star roles. And based on its trailer and plot, "Bumper in Berlin" is sure to be entertaining regardless.

Without further ado, here's everything you need to know about the cast of "Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin" and where you may have previously seen them.

Adam Devine

You will most likely recognize Adam Devine as Bumper as he appeared in both "Pitch Perfect" and "Pitch Perfect 2" — the latter in which he was a love interest for Rebel Wilson's character "Fat Amy." Now, in "Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin," Devine will reprise his role as the aggressively competitive a capella singer who once betrayed his friends to become a backup singer for John Mayer.

Outside of the "Pitch Perfect" series, Devine has appeared steadily in films and on television ever since his stint on the Comedy Central series "Workaholics." He has starred in the films "Isn't It Romantic," opposite "Pitch Perfect" co-star Wilson; "When We First Met," opposite Alexandra Daddario; and "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates," opposite Zac Efron. He also stars on HBO's "The Righteous Gemstones," which will soon enter its third season. Additionally, Devine had a recurring role across four seasons of "Modern Family" opposite Sarah Hyland, who coincidentally joins Devine in "Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin."

Flula Borg

In addition to Adam Devine, who plays the titular Bumper in "Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin," the series will star German actor Flula Borg, who appeared as antagonist Pieter Krämer in "Pitch Perfect 2." While Krämer faced off against the beloved Bellas in that movie, the singer has apparently turned his life around and decided to help Bumper survive the music scene of Germany. And Bumper will need all the help he can get. Though Bumper has developed a following in Germany thanks to his newfound popularity on TikTok, the a capella singer quickly discovers the German music landscape is no walk in the park. Instead of adoring fans, he faces angry crowds and fierce competition.

Beyond his appearance as Krämer in "Pitch Perfect 2," Borg enjoyed a memorable — albeit short-lived — role as Javelin in 2021's "The Suicide Squad." He has also lent his voice acting skills to several other TV projects, including "The Boss Baby: Back in Business."

Jameela Jamil

One newcomer to the "Pitch Perfect" universe is Jameela Jamil, who will play Gisela, a formidable pop star and ex-girlfriend of Pieter Krämer. As she is accustomed to do, Jamil will portray a character with a charming exterior that hides a razor-sharp wit. Her stylish, unflappable Gisela will no doubt be tough competition for Bumper.

Most recently, Jamil played the super-strong and super-vicious Titania — an influencer with a heart of coal — on "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." It's unclear yet whether the show — or Titania — will get a 2nd season. However, Jamil had a more memorable, longer-running regular role on "The Good Place," where she played the self-centered, insecure, spoiled, yet somehow likable dead person Tahani Al-Jamil. Additionally, Jamil (the real one, not the "Good Place" one) has lent her voice to animated series like "Harley Quinn," "DuckTales," and "American Dad!" You'll also hear Jamil as the narrator of the upcoming Netflix film "The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight."

Sarah Hyland

Another recognizable face joining the "Pitch Perfect" team is Sarah Hyland, who interacted with Adam Devine on the set of "Modern Family" for four seasons. While Devine had the recurring role of Andy Bailey, Hyland was one of the series' stars. As boy-crazy, party-loving Haley Dunphy, she was occasionally ditzy and sardonic, but always self-reliant and easy to root for. And for her role as Bumper and Pieter's assistant Heidi in "Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin," she may bring a completely different energy to the role. Supposedly, her character has singing ambitions of her own.

In addition to her role on "Modern Family," Hyland has also appeared in "Scary Movie 5" and the 2017 remake of "Dirty Dancing." She also recently appeared in the queer romantic comedy "My Fake Boyfriend," in which a young man named Andrew (Keiynan Lonsdale) attempts to ward off his terrible ex-boyfriend by inventing a fake boyfriend using social media (via IMDb).