Dean McDermott is back home.
Tori Spelling's hubby has finished treatment after he "voluntarily checked myself into a treatment center to address some health and personal issues," in late January. "I am grateful to be getting the help I need so I can become the husband and father my family deserves," McDermott said in a statement at the time.
But that's not all! The couple, who have been in a rocky state for the past couple of months, will be giving fans an inside look at their everyday life with a new docu-series titled True Tori on Lifetime.
"Airing just three short weeks after cameras begin filming, the show will document the couple in almost real-time as they navigate the unknown road ahead, beginning when Dean leaves treatment," the press release states.
McDermott's rehab entry came nearly one month after reports surfaced claiming that he cheated on Spelling with a 28-year-old woman he met in Toronto during promotions for his show, Chopped Canada. Meanwhile, Spelling has been staying focused on her four kids and shooting Mystery Girls, a new ABC Family comedy series about two former detective TV actresses who are brought back together by a real-life crime mystery, with her former 90210 co-star Jennie Garth.
"Tori is doing well," a source told E! News. "She's focusing on the kids and her new TV show, which are keeping her busy."
See for yourself on True Tori, which premieres April 22 at 10 p.m. on Lifetime.