Oh no. "True Tori" is going to be ugly. The Lifetime docuseries (let's just call it a reality show) "True Tori" hasn't even debuted yet, and we already know that Dean McDermott will admit to cheating on Tori Spelling.
In a preview of the show, McDermott said, "That's my worst nightmare, I cheated on my wife. I was out of control. ... Sex was an escape, just like drugs and alcohol."
But then Tori responded, "I could never give him enough sex. He's never going to be happy with just me." Oof. This is going to be a sad one.
Earlier this year, McDermott was involved in a cheating scandal, which eventually led to a stint in rehab. "True Tori," which will air in six hour-long episodes, looks raw, quite a step away from the couple's previous scripted reality show "Tori & Dean." Watch the preview below.
"True Tori" premieres April 22 at 10 p.m. EST on Lifetime.