Witches of East End First Look: Freddie Prinze Jr. Makes His Shirtless Debut on the Witchy Drama—Watch!

Exclusive! The She's All That star will play a sweet and gallant love interest for Madchen Amick's character Wendy on Lifetime's new hit series, airing Sunday at 10 p.m.

By Tierney Bricker Oct 24, 2013 5:42 PMTags
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Do your thang, Aunt Wendy (Madchen Amick)!

Witches of East End's free-spirited witch will put quite the spell on Leo Wingate, a gallant and sweetly shy entomologist, on this Sunday's episode of Lifetime's new hit drama. And Amick's former Freddie costar Freddie Prinze Jr. is set to take on the role of her smitten suitor...with a seriously hot six-pack. (Sarah Michelle Gellar, you lucky, lucky lady!)

While we've already shown you the hot pics of a shirtless Prinze Jr. making his Witches debut, we've got your first look at the heartthrob in action as we conjured up an exclusive clip from his debut episode...

Something every lady should take away from this clip? Feel free to spill red wine (using your witch powers to do so is a plus) on your beau's shirt in order to get him to take it off. Which is exactly with she does to the sweet Leo, but it seems like she has an ulterior motive for getting him out of the room to change. (Could she be interested in his bugs, given that he specializes in rare and exotic insects?) And though she tries to sneak out, Wendy finds it a little hard to leave after Leo bares his impressive abs. (Seriously impressive, have you seen that picture?!)

Married to The Crazy Ones' Gellar since 2003, Prinze Jr. recently guest-starred opposite his wife's former Buffy the Vampire Slayer costar David Boreanaz on his hit Fox series Bones.

The new Lifetime drama, which debuted to 1.9 million viewers, centers on two sisters (played by Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Rachel Boston), who learn they are cursed witches that have died dozens of times and are now once again in danger when a new threat is after the family, including their mother Joanna (Julia Ormond) and aunt Wendy.

Witches of East End airs this Sunday at 10 p.m. on Lifetime.