Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells were the toast of Broadway for over a year, playing the two lead young missionaries in the original cast of The Book of Mormon, which garnered both actors Tony nominations for Best Actor. Now the duo will reunite, in a way, on NBC’s comedy lineup. Rannells has been starring as an expectant gay dad in the sitcom The New Normal, and Gad will soon join him on the peacock network when his series 1600 Penn premieres Jan. 10. Gad co-created the series, in which he stars as the bumbling son of the president of the United States, and, judging by NBC’s incessant promotion, the network is banking on it being a hit. 2013 also will see Gad playing Apple genius Steve Wozniak opposite Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs in Jobs; starring opposite Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, and Will Ferrell in The Internship; and featuring in the ensemble of the sex-addiction film Thanks for Sharing alongside Gwyneth Paltrow, Mark Ruffalo, and Pink.