Max Joseph is leaving "Catfish," but only for five episodes.
"Catfish" cameraman and Nev Schulman's TV partner, Joseph, will be stepping down for five episodes of the upcoming fourth season to direct his first feature film, "We Are Your Friends," starring actor Zac Efron, E! News reported.
So, who will take his place as Schulman's temporary partner-in-crime?
MTV president Susanne Daniels told reporters during the network's 2015 TCA Winter Press Tour presentation that the show has recruited five different well-known personalities to work alongside Schulman during Joseph's absence.
The list of guest hosts includes: Teen USA Cassidy Wolf, recording artist Angel Haze, actor Alex Shaffer, "Guy Code" star Charlamagne Tha God and YouTube personality Tyler Oakley.
In an interview with MTV, Joseph admitted that "Catfish" helped him write the script for "We Are Friends," a coming-of-age film about a young DJ who falls for his mentor's girlfriend.
"In a weird way, a lot of the themes have come out of 'Catfish,'" Joseph told MTV. "I wrote this with my writing partner while making the show, and every day, we'd be in a different part of America going into random people's homes and entering their lives. We were really seeing a cross-section of the world, and the themes of the movie have been directly inspired by all the things we saw."
Joseph, who has directed more than 70 short films, also raved about getting to work with Efron.
"He's amazing. He is a world-class person. He's the first person to say hello to everyone and he's the furthest thing from a prima donna. He's extremely professional, always in a good mood and keeps things light. He loves the crew. He's a trooper, and we have a good time," he said.
The fourth season of "Catfish" premieres Wednesday, Feb. 25 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.