Tori Spelling is getting her own daytime talk show, it has been announced.
The 36-year-old actress – who is best known for her role in ‘Beverley Hills 90210’ - is in discussions with US TV network ABC to front a show with a male co-host, according to the Los Angeles Times newspaper.
According to the publication, “the programme, which is in the very early stages of development, would feature Spelling and a male co-host who would basically serve as Spelling’s best friend forever.
“The network is looking for a ‘Will and Grace’ vibe between Spelling and her as-yet-undiscovered BFF.”
Spelling is the daughter of television producer Aaron Spelling, has starred in her own reality show with husband Dean McDermott, ‘Tori and Dean: Inn Love’, and in her own programme ‘So NoTORIous’, among other projects and roles.
Spelling recently revealed she wants to have more children to give her son Liam, two, and 19-month-old daughter Stella, some brothers and sisters.
She said: “We'll definitely have more, it's just a matter of when. I'm giving T a break! I've had her pregnant for the past two years. It's just great to enjoy time with our children now, because they grow so fast and we're so busy. We want to take as much time with them as we can."