The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum teased her upcoming show on Tuesday, February 8, taking to Instagram to show off her first day of filming.
Alongside a photo posted to her Instagram Story of her pup lying beside the production cameras, Spelling wrote: "Day 1 of filming my new tv show and Monty already made himself real comfortable with the camera crew…"
The 48-year-old touched on what fans can expect from her new "cooking show" while talking to The Sun, telling the outlet: "I have a new series that I’m filming, it’s kind of a mix of reality and food and cooking cause I love to cook and bake and do DIY with my family."
"Like that’s my jam," she continued. "Any of my fans who love that part of `me is gonna be in love with this series."
As for what else the reality star has in store for her viewers, Spelling spilled that they will "get to see kind of a fall out of reality and life" and that the series "will be premiering this summer," according to the outlet.
Spelling first expressed her desire to return to reality TV in December 2021, explaining she feels broadcasting her life "ties her closer" to her fans, per the outlet.
It's unclear how much of her strained relationship with husband Dean McDermott will be shown in the new show, but the actress seemed to allege viewers will get a peak inside their troubled marriage.
While their relationship has apparently never been the same since the A Christmas Visitor actor stepped out on their marriage years ago, things seemed to have gone from bad to worse last year when Spelling revealed the coparents didn't sleep in the same bedroom.
Adding fuel to the fire that the couple was headed for a split, both Spelling and McDermott were spotted out and about several times sans their wedding bands.
As claims of their "imminent" divorce circled the rumor mill, OK! learned the famous duo is trying to make their marriage work "for the sake of their kids."
Spelling and McDermott share five children: Liam, 14, Stella, 13, Hattie, 10, Finn, 9, and Beau, 4.