Caleb Reynolds is getting cryptic again. The “Big Brother 16” and “Survivor” Season 32 and Season 34 alum has teased that his fans may see a lot more of him on the small screen. Just ahead of the of the “Survivor: Game Changers” finale, Caleb took to Twitter to tell fans that they haven’t seen the last of him or his alter ego, Beast Mode Cowboy.

“I'm looking ahead, and so should you! “ Reynolds tweeted. “You haven't seen the last of BMC.”

The reality star has a long history with CBS

Caleb Reynolds was voted out very early on the 34th season of “Survivor,” which was titled “Game Changers.” Reynolds was the third contestant eliminated, leaving the 39-day CBS reality competition on Day Nine.

Ironically, Caleb also left the show on Day Nine during Season 32, “Kaoh Rong,” when he was medically evacuated after collapsing from heat exhaustion. But Reynolds fared much better on “Big Brother, “ when he lasted until Day 90 and landed in fourth place in the 16th season of the CBS summertime reality show.

Because he's already so well known by Reality TV fans, some "Big Brother" viewers responded to Reynolds' tweet to tell him that he should take a break from TV. But a few others were more supportive, suggesting that Caleb give the long-running CBS reality show "The Amazing Race" a go. Not matter what he has up his sleeve, Caleb is making it clear that BMC will be a part of it.

Changes on the home front

While “Big Brother” seems to be more his forte, Caleb Reynolds will soon be in daddy mode instead of beast mode. Last month, Caleb revealed that he and his wife, Ashley Jay, are expecting their first child later this year. Caleb’s recent photo of the baby’s sonogram shows that his wife is about nine weeks pregnant.

Caleb would miss more than a trimester of her pregnancy if he were to be holed up in the “Big Brother” house all summer and actually make it to finale night in September. Still, that $500,000 “Big Brother” grand prize would buy a lot of diapers and could definitely fund a future college tuition.

Caleb told Us Weekly he can’t wait to be a dad.

The Army veteran told the magazine that he’s “pushing 30, and this is one of the most amazing things ever.” Reynolds, who is already a stepfather to his wife's 6-year-old daughter Kylie, added that he is “super stoked” to have a child of his own and that he feels very blessed.

Big Brotherreturns for its 19th season on June 28 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. The cast has not yet been announced, but expect the list of houseguests to be released sometime in early to mid-June.