On Tuesday morning, actress Shannen Doherty revealed on "Good Morning America" that she has been diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer.

Doherty, who is known for her roles on "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Charmed," spoke to "GMA" anchor Amy Robach about the news, who is also a breast cancer survivor.

"It's going to come out in a matter of days or a week that -- I'm stage four. So my cancer came back. And that's why I'm here," Doherty told Robach in the new interview. She then added that she had been privately dealing with her diagnosis for a year before deciding to let the public know what had been going on in her life.

Elaborating, she later added, "I'd rather people hear it from me. I don't want it to be twisted. I don't want it to be a court document. I want it to be real and authentic. And I want to control the narrative. I want people to know from me." The full interview can be seen below.

This new diagnosis comes after the TV personality's initial cancer diagnosis in March 2015. At that time, she revealed to People that she had also taken actions to sue her former business manager for failing to pay her insurance premiums. As stated by the outlet, Doherty believed that treating her cancer would have been easier in 2015 had she been able to visit a doctor during the period of time that she was uninsured. 

After revealing in the new interview that her 2019 diagnosis was a "bitter pill to swallow in a lot of ways," she then discussed her decision to appear in "BH90210," a reboot of the popular '90s show. 

Initially, the actress only opted to tell co-star Brian Austin Green about her private health struggles. She then revealed that Green, who is married to actress Megan Fox, also helped her deal with the sudden loss of Luke Perry in 2019. 

Aside from the diagnosis, the actress has also continued in her lawsuit against insurance company State Farm, after the Woolsey Fire in 2018 damaged her home. According to her account, State Farm has not properly paid for the damages that occurred on her property, which is something she will continue to fight in the future. 

Moving forward, she added that the thing she wants to do the most right now is to make an impact in some way. "I want to be remembered for something bigger than just me," the actress concluded.