Tori Spelling's New Show Reportedly On The Chopping Block After Just One Season

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Sep. 8 2014, Published 3:22 p.m. ET

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90210 fans were excited to see Tori Spelling and Jenni Garth reunited on the small screen, but it seems it was short-lived.

According to a new report from TVLine, the ABC Family show Mystery Girls will not be renewed for a second season, although the network reps have yet to officially confirm it's been canceled.

Mystery Girls debuted on June 25 — just six months after Spelling's personal life crumbled when her husband Dean McDermott was caught in a two day affair with Canadian woman Emily Goodhand — to just 0.76 million viewers.

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The show continued to plummet in ratings and only brought in 500,000 viewers for its season finale on Aug. 27.

Besides reality TV shows, this was Spelling's first lead on a sitcom show in more than seven years.


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