They won't be playing Kelly Taylor and Donna Martin again, but that isn't stopping former Beverly Hills 90210 stars Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling from reuniting on television.
Garth, 41, and Spelling, 40, will be co-starring and co-executive-producing a new series for ABC Family titled Mystery Girls, according to People. The actresses will take on the roles of Holly and Charlie, former co-stars of a popular '90s crime-solving series who start a detective agency together.
By stepping behind the camera, Spelling is following in the footsteps of her famous father Aaron Spelling, who produced Beverly Hills 90210 back in the 1990's and cast his daughter in the role of Donna Martin. The show ran for 10 years and spurned a CW spin-off in 2008, 90210. Both Garth and Martin reprised their roles on that show.
Both actresses have remained busy in both their professional and personal lives since the original show ended.
Spelling has been married to her second husband, Dean McDermott, since 2006 and the couple are parents to four children: Liam, 6, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 1. She appeared in several TV movies and starred in two reality shows with her husband, Tori & Dean: Storibook Weddings and Tori & Dean: Inn Love. Spelling also released five books, with a sixth expected to be in stores Oct. 22.
Garth finalized her divorce her actor Peter Facinelli in June 2013. Together they have three daughters: Luca, 16, Lola, 10, and Fiona, 7. She too has starred in several TV Movies, had a show What I Like About You for four years with Amanda Bynes and appeared on Dancing with the Stars in 2007.