Mystery Girls is an American television sitcom created by Shepard Boucher and Tori Spelling which follows Holly and Charlie, former stars of the fictional 1990s TV detective series Mystery Girls, who reunite to solve actual mysteries.
The series follows Charlie Contour (Jennie Garth), a suburban housewife and mother; and Holly Hamilton (Tori Spelling), who longs for her glory days in the 90s when she was on television starring with Charlie as the Mystery Girls.
Both of their lives are disrupted when Nick (Miguel Pinzon), a witness to a crime and a Mystery Girls fanatic, will only speak to the infamous duo, and the former friends must reunite and put their TV crime-solving skills to the test.
In the premiere episode, Death Becomes Her, Nick discovers an online rumour going around that Holly is dead, but instead of immediately correcting it, they start selling some of her unwanted belongings online to make extra money and find that someone is trying to sell a sex tape from her TV show days.
The 'Mystery Girls' let the rumour flourish and throw a fake memorial service, complete with Holly in disguise, in order to track down the culprit.
Mystery Girls stars Tori Spelling as Holly, Jennie Garth as Charlie and Miguel Pinzon as Nick. The series is executive produced by Spelling, Garth, Andy Gordon (Last Man Standing), Shepard Boucher (Men at Work), Maggie Malina (Single Ladies) and John Ziffren.
Tori Spelling and Shepard Boucher also served as co-creators.