Tori and Jennie’s ‘TV show cancelled’
Tori Spelling’s comedy programme with former Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Jennie Garth has allegedly been dropped.
The former Beverly Hills, 90210 co-stars recently teamed up on comedy show Mystery Girls, which debuted this summer.
But according to TVLine, the programme has been axed by ABC Family channel after airing for just one season.
Mystery Girls centres on two former TV detective actresses who find themselves embroiled in a real-life crime thriller.
The Hollywood Reporter claims the show debuted on June 25 with 760,000 viewers, but after a 10-episode run, statistics saw only 491,000 people on average tuned in weekly to watch the 30-minute programme.
A representative for ABC Family has informed TVLine no official decision has been made as to whether Mystery Girls will be filming a second season.
Tori and Jennie were castmates from 1990-2000 on popular TV show Beverly Hills, 90210.
And the stars previously spoke of how excited they were to reunite onscreen.
"She and I are so thrilled to be working together again," Jennie gushed during an interview on Good Morning America, noting the women are also executive producers on the comedy.
“You pick right back up where you left off, and who knew it would be that way? I mean, I knew it would be easy, but it’s a different format than we’ve worked together before in,” Tori told E! News.
“We’ve never done comedy, although that’s what is natural to us in real life. Like, this banter we have and this chemistry, that’s what our friendship is like and has always been like.”
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