Tori Spelling Says She May Be Pregnant: Watch the Emotional True Tori Season 2 Sneak Peek

Does that mean Tori has "found honesty and happiness" with husband Dean McDermott after he cheated? Not according to this clip...

By Natalie Finn Oct 01, 2014 8:26 PMTags

The second season of True Tori was first billed as the continuing saga of Tori Spelling's search for "honesty and happiness" with husband Dean McDermott.

Well, judging by this sneak peek at the show, returning to Lifetime Oct. 21...she hasn't found either yet.

What is on tap then? More tears, more fighting and more drama from the look of it.

The promo here starts with Tori calmly announcing her husband's return from his native Canada, a return to "our reality," before there's yet another, familiar-looking scene in their kitchen of a distraught Dean wondering aloud why the heck his wife of eight years is still with him after he was caught cheating last year.

But they must have spent some quality time together...


Because at the end of the promo, Tori drops one heck of a bombshell, saying, "I may be pregnant."

Watch now to see how the actress delivers the news!

Meanwhile, the upsetting-looking season premiere of True Tori doesn't necessarily jive with how the parents of four children together are really doing.

"We made it through," the Mystery Girls star told E! News back in July, explaining how she hoped to be able to talk frankly with her kids one day about their parents' rough patch, "and we can talk about it freely and say, 'You know, things aren't always easy and you've got to work on a relationship, and somethings things happen that isn't great but you move forward. I hope that's the case and I hope to be able to talk to them about it."

"We're working on things," Spelling also said. "We're committed to being a family and moving forward and that's what we're trying to do—it's day by day."

McDermott had told us a week before his wife's sit-down that their relationship post-scandal was "stronger than it's ever been."

"I'm working very hard on myself," the Chopped Canada host said. "My sobriety, it means everything to me, becoming the dad and the husband that I've always wanted to be and that they deserve...I'm changing my life for the good."

"As all of you know, our family has been through a lot this last year," Tori blogged in August. "I'm happy and proud to say that we are doing really well, and that Dean and I are working very hard to make our relationship and our family better than ever. I'm proud of Dean for all of the hard work he's been doing on himself, and I'm excited that he is back to blogging over on The Gourmet Dad!"

Maybe the couple that promotes together just might stay together.