Tori Spelling will have a new reality show on Lifetime premiering April 22. It will be a docu-series based on the issues she’s having with her husband, Dean McDermott. So, does this mean the alleged Emily Goodhand affair with Spelling’s husband will be touched on? It’s unknown at this time, but the show will begin the story when McDermott leaves rehab…and the rehab was linked to the Emily Goodhand affair more than likely!
The Lifetime network is reportedly calling this reality show “a unique television event.” In the program called “True Tori,” footage will capture Tori and Dean “in almost real-time as they navigate the unknown road ahead, beginning when Dean leaves treatment.”
Dean McDermott entered rehab earlier this year after bad press followed him over allegations he had an affair in Canada with Emily Goodhand. In an interview Goodhand gave, she said McDermott and Spelling basically had a “sexless marriage.” She talked about the supposed sexual encounters she had with Spelling’s husband.
A press release by Lifetime for “True Tori” reads:
“Tori has made the courageous decision to allow the audience to witness the most difficult and unpredictable period in her life. Intimate, raw, emotional and completely real, Tori will tell her story for the first time as it should be told — by her. Since viewers will be seeing events almost immediately after they occur, nobody knows how the drama will unfold — not Tori, not Dean — and only time will tell if Tori and Dean’s marriage survives.”
Given the amount of interest in the Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott cheating scandal, there might very well be a huge viewership on this docu-series.
“True Tori” premieres Tuesday, Apr. 22 on Lifetime at 10 p.m., ET/PT.