Former '90210' celebs Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth have landed a new ABC Family series, 'Mystery Girls.'
The former working partners will team up to co-star and executive produce the new project that is slated to begin filming in November.
Spelling's character Holly, a former starlet, opens a detective agency and convinces her pal Charlie, a soccer mom, to help her with the new business.
The pilot was written by Shepard Boucher of 'Men at Work' fame.
Garth and Spelling portrayed Kelly and Donna for ten seasons of 'Beverly Hills, 90210,' circa 1990-2000.
Jennie, 41, split with her husband Peter Facinelli last year and finalized the divorce in June 2013. They have three children: Luca, 15, Lola, 10, and Fiona, 6. She is currently dating Michael Shimbo, CEO of a San Francisco-based company Trains, Planes and Automobiles.
Tori, 40, married actor Dean McDermott in 2006. Their four children are Liam, 6, Stella, 5, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 1.
Her late father, television producer Aaron Spelling, died in 2006. Tori's mother Candy Spelling inherited $500 million and her son and daughter received $800,000 each. The situation caused a major rift between Candy and Tori that was waged for several years before they reconciled.