Tori Spelling, Dean McDermott
Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott arrive at the 22nd annual Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards in Los Angeles, California April 10, 2011. REUTERS

Tori Spelling’s reality show just completed, but apparently she wants a new one, Radar Online reported Tuesday. Not only that, but she said on Lifetime Tuesday night she doesn't hold her husband's mistress at fault for his infidelity.

The ratings for "True Tori" weren’t that great, but “Tori is hoping either Lifetime or Oxgyen will want to do another reality show as her family begins to live their lives after Dean’s three-month stint in rehab,” an insider told the news site. “Dean has been filming 'Chopped Canada' in Toronto, but has been commuting back and forth.”

During “True Tori,” the former “90210” star didn’t know if her marriage would last if McDermott went back to Toronto to film another season of the hit cooking show. It’s the same place where he cheated on her with elusive mistress Emily Goodhand.

Even though it would seem a reality show would be the last thing to fix a marriage, the source said Spelling is “addicted” to reality TV. Worst than that, the insider doesn’t believe the spotlight is beneficial for their marriage.

“The last thing Tori’s kids needs are more cameras in their lives,” the source said. “Liam is clearly struggling as he has been acting out on the show.”

During a question and answer segment on Lifetime after the show wrapped, the duo said filming their rocky relationship is what saved it.

Spelling did admit she wasn’t sure if she could ever trust her husband again. “I know I won’t be able to forget what he did, but I hope I will be able to forgive and move on,” she said.

A viewer asked if she blamed Goodhand for McDermott’s infidelity, but she essentially said it is never the woman’s fault. “I don’t blame Emily,” she said. “I don’t blame her at all. I blame Dean.”