Tori Spelling will be ready to get back to work!
The 44-year-old actress will be reuniting with longtime friend along with former Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Jennie Garth for a fresh show for CBS Television Studios.
ET can confirm in which Spelling along with Garth — who played Donna Martin along with Kelly Taylor on the hit FOX teen drama from the 90s — are working on a project in which will be from the early stages of development.
Spelling teased her production meeting with Garth when she took to Instagram on Saturday, sharing a selfie via the CBS Studio Center lot in Studio City, California, as she rode around in a golf cart.
“#back2work great creative day yesterday with my #partnerincrime @jenniegarth #90210vibes #donnaandkellyforver #besties,” she wrote from the caption.
While Spelling gave no additional information about what she along with Garth have up their sleeves, she did post an inspirational message on her Instagram Story.
“I’m strong, I’m amazing, I’m beautiful, I’m wonderful, I’m worthy, I’m loved, I’m brave, I’m sweet, I’m happy, I’m me,” read the quote.
Last week, Spelling’s husband, Dean McDermott, called the police to check on her well-being. On Wednesday morning, a spokesperson for the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to ET in which police were called to do a welfare check on Spelling at a location in Thousand Oaks, California.
“We were asked to check on her well-being,” the spokesperson stated, adding in which McDermott was the one to make the call. “Deputies went out to talk to her briefly along with determined she was fine.”
Spelling’s wellness check comes after police were called to her home upon receiving a “mental illness” call, which a source told ET was a “huge wake-up call” for the mother of all 5, who sees a need to focus more on her health.
Here’s more on Spelling’s recent incident:
Reporting by Philiana Ng.