The "Bachelor in Paradise" cast list has been confirmed by ABC just days after filming started at the Playa Escondida Resort in Sayulita, Mexico. Of course, the network is only sharing the names of the contestants who will appear on the August 8 season premiere.

Thankfully, Reality Steve has added to ABC's list, giving us a glimpse of which former "The Bachelorette and "The Bachelor" contestants will be showing up on various episodes throughout the season.

Here's the confirmed list of contestants from ABC, followed by the names of the guys and girls who will show up later in the season.

Most of the people on ABC's list were previously leaked by Reality Steve, but there are a few surprises in the cast list below.

Confirmed 'Paradise' Season 4 cast list

As expected, most contestants are from JoJo, Nick, and Ben's seasons. However, there is one guy from Kaitlyn's season and two contestants who have decided to come back to "Paradise" because — maybe — second time's a charm. And then there's DeMario Jackson, who was just kicked off Rachel Lindsay's season of the "Bachelorette." Is anyone shocked?

Rachel's season: DeMario Jackson

Nick's season: Corinne Olympios, Danielle Maltby, Alexis Waters, Jasmine Good, Kristina Schulman, Lacey Mark, Raven Gates, Taylor Nolan

JoJo's season: Alex Woytkiw, Derek Peth, Nick Benvenutti, Robby Hayes, Vinny Ventiera (also, "Paradise" 3)

Ben's season: Amanda Stanton (also, "Paradise" 3)

Kaitlyn's season: Ben Zorn

Who will arrive after the premiere?

Of note, Chase McNary (JoJo's season) isn't on the list, but he has been hinting about it on Snapchat.

He isn't in Mexico yet, but he mentions it so much on Snap, that it's bound to happen.

Reality Steve says the following former "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" contestants will arrive in Mexico at various times as other contestants are eliminated during the show.

Nick's season: Christen Whitney, Astrid Loch, Whitney Fransway, Danielle Lombard, Sarah Vendal, Jaimi King.

Rachel's season: Dean Unglert, Brady Ervin, Matt Munson, Kenny King, Blake Elarbee, Lucas "Whaboom," and Alex Bordyukov

There are also rumors circulating online that non-Bachelor franchise contestants could be showing up in Paradise this season. ABC hasn't included contestants from outside the show since the last season of "Bachelor Pad" in 2012.

"Bachelor in Paradise" Season 4 premieres August 8 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.