Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth are reunited in the new show “Mystery Girls” on the ABC Family network. The Boston Globe reports on Tuesday that the former “Beverly Hills, 90210” stars will be a part of the comedy. The show focuses on the reunion of two television detectives after a fan demands to speak to them.
Spelling, who plays Holly Hamilton, and Garth, who plays Charlie Contour, mimic their real lives to a certain extent in the new comedy. Hamilton and Contour were once part of a popular television show, “Mystery Girls,” and they solved crimes as detectives. They are forced to return to these roles after their fan Nick Diaz refuses to speak to real police and wants to reunite them. Diaz is the reason Hamilton and Contour form their own agency to solve mysteries and help the police.
The show gives Spelling a break from “True Tori” and the drama with her husband Dean McDermott over his cheating scandal. Both Spelling and Garth have been busy promoting their new comedy at events to attract viewers. However, Spelling may not be finished with the reality show genre because she is rumored to be considering another program in the future with her husband and children.
Fans of “Beverly Hills, 90210” may enjoy seeing the Spelling and Garth reunion on ABC Family. Spelling portrays a woman who longs for her stardom after it fades while Garth portrays a woman who has moved on to have a family and housewife existence. Joe E. Tata, the Peach Pit owner from their old series, will also join them on “Mystery Girls,” and the producers may be trying to lure more celebrities to the show. Spelling has been sharing updates on her social media accounts that give fans some exclusive photos of the filming process.