(NEW YORK) -- If you enjoy watching television shows that make you cringe, you may want to tune in to Tori Spelling's latest reality series.
True Tori, premiering Tuesday night on Lifetime at 10 p.m. Eastern time, follows Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott, as they work on their marriage following his well-documented infidelity. There will be some awkward moments along the way, as evidenced in a recently-released sneak peek.
In the clip, we see Spelling and McDermott attending a therapy session that was held on April 9. When the former Beverly Hills, 90210 actress says they had a great relationship and sex life, McDermott counters, "We would have sex once every two weeks. It wasn't fantastic."
The counselor tries to set him straight, saying, "Dean, your expectations of what a marriage is supposed to be like sexually, it's like a fairy tale."
As Spelling cries that McDermott seems unsatisfied with her, he admits, "I'm insatiable. Sex was an escape, just like drugs and alcohol."
Spelling asks him, referring to his mistress, "Why her?" He responds, "I wasn't attracted to her. It was, like, a warm body."
McDermott says that cheating on his wife is his "worst nightmare." But when Spelling adds, "Or that you got caught," McDermott gives a long pause, then admits, "I don't know."
In a new post on her website, Spelling says she filmed the show in order to "set the record straight" and tell her own story.
She concedes, "At the moment, I don’t know if it will have a happy ending. But I need to get my voice back, and this is my way of doing that."
After reports surfaced that McDermott cheated on Spelling, he announced in January that he had entered a treatment center to address what he described at the time as "health and personal issues."
He said, "I am truly sorry for the mistakes I have made and for the pain I've caused my family."
Spelling and McDermott married in 2006. They have four children together.
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