Get ready for a 1990s flashback!
The network announced that they’ve picked up the pair’s new original series Mystery Girls.
And guess what? It’s somewhat based off their 90210 roles as Donna Martin (Tori) and Kelly Taylor (Jennie).
The duo, who will also executive produce the show, are set to portray two former detective TV show starlets who are brought back together by a real-life mystery.
They did, after all, take part in a bit of investigation work when it came down to their fictional relationships with David Silver (Brian Austin Green) and Dylan McKay (Luke Perry) – among a few other male characters who did them wrong.
Okay, so Donna and Kelly weren’t exactly detectives on the hit ‘90s teen drama, but this will still surely get any 90210 fan excited.
Jennie will play Charlie Contour, a suburban housewife wife and mother, while Tori has landed the role of Holly Hamilton, a woman who longs for her glory days in the flannel shirts and grunge music decade.
“It's fun for everybody that was a fan of [Beverly Hills, 90210],” Jennie recently told Zap2it. “And it's super fun for Tori and I to be working together again, we're really excited about it.”
“It's campy — we make fun of the idea of having a '90s hit so that's sort of making fun of ourselves,” she added.
“There are a lot of parallels between Tori and I and the Mystery Girls. We have a good time with it.”
This is the third time the gals have graced the small screen together. They reprised their Donna and Kelly roles on 90210, the 2008 follow-up to the original series.
The gig couldn’t come at a better time for Tori, who’s recently been surrounded by rumors that her husband, Dean McDermott, has been cheating on her.
According to reports, Dean had been carrying on extramarital affairs while on trips to his native Canada, where he hosts the cooking competition reality show Chopped: Canada.
One woman has come forward alleging she had a fling with Dean, who is the father of the Hollywood royal’s four kids: Liam, 6, Stella, 4, Hattie, 2, and Finn, 1.
But the blonde actress has yet to address the affair rumors directly.
Instead, she’s been carrying on as normal by posting pictures of her adorable kids on her website, ediTORIal.
Dean, however, has been absent from all of the pics she’s posted.
As for Jennie, the news of the show comes one month after she called it quits with Michael Shimbo, CEO of Trains, Planes and Automobiles, and seven months after she finalized her divorce from Peter Facinelli, with whom she has three children.
Mystery Girls is currently shooting and will be released sometime later this year.
Fingers crossed Jennie and Tori bring back some old familiar faces from 90210 — we wouldn't mind seeing them act alongside the likes of Shannen Doherty and Jason Priestley again!