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Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have had a rough couple of months in the relationship department and they’re letting us in on every rocky moment. Lifetime will air a docu-series all about the couple’s relationship including the fallout from Dean’s infidelity and rehab stay. Did you just hear a whistle because this sounds like a trainwreck to us, too.

Called True Tori, the series will kick off with Dean leaving treatment, and will run a total of six hour-long episodes that “document the family in crisis” in “almost real-time,” reports People and Us Weekly.

We already have a sense of what to expect from the rough round of headlines that have published recently. Last December word got round that Dean cheated on his wife of nearly eight years with a woman named Emily Goodhand, while visiting his native Canada. When the 20-something woman aired her story, she told Us Weekly that Dean had claimed he and Tori “had a sexless marriage.”

There’s no way we can know for sure how sexless or not their marriage may be, but we figure the two must have been busy in the bedroom at some point(s), considering they have four children together ranging in ages 19 months to 7 years old.

See the whole family when True Tori premieres on Lifetime Tuesday, April 22, at 10 p.m. (A new promo from Entertainment Tonight says this time may have changed to 9 p.m.)

Sources: PeopleUs Weekly

Elisabeth Kramer is an Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Downton Abbey expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!