Even though Freddie Prinze, Jr.'s sitcom didn't work out, he's found another way to participate on TV.
The "She's All That" star has joined the creative time for World Wrestling Entertainment, it was announced Thursday, July 31.
Prinze will have a hand in contributing to USA's "WWE Monday Night RAW" as well as the WWE's weekly television and pay-per-view programs.
"Bringing on board an experienced Hollywood writer, actor and producer like Freddie Prinze, Jr. will only increase the level of entertainment to millions of viewers and passionate WWE fans every Monday on USA," says Chris McCumber, Executive Vice President Marketing Digital & Brand Strategy, USA Network.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon adds, "Freddie Prinze, Jr.'s passion, energy and creativity make him an excellent fit for WWE."
Prinze is a longtime fan of the WWE and even has an inactive Fan Nation profile up on the WWE site.
He tried his hand at the short-lived sitcom "Freddie" and appeared as Denny Crane's son Donny on "Boston Legal." His big-screen credits include a slew of teen movies including "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and "Scooby-Doo," in which he co-starred with his wife Sarah Michelle Gellar.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun