NEW YORK (AP) — Former "Beverly Hills, 90210" stars Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling are reuniting.
The actresses will co-star and executive produce the new ABC Family series "Mystery Girls."
Spelling and Garth will play Holly and Charlie, former co-stars of a popular 90s crime-solving series. Spelling's Holly opens a detective agency and persuades Charlie, now a suburban mom, to help.
"Mystery Girls" is set to shoot in November.
Spelling and Garth remained on the original "Beverly Hills, 90210" for its entire 10 seasons.
Garth was featured on the first two seasons of the recent CW "90210" spinoff, while Spelling guest-starred in two episodes.
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