Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are barely speaking, according to a new report, sparking new speculation about the state of their precarious relationship.
After eight years of marriage, several major causes of trouble, two terrible serious of True Tori and one Emily Goodhand, it looks like it might be over.
If not imminently, then before long, people who know they, say.
"There appears to be no love between them," an insider says, and if you watch True Tori online, you aren't about to argue with that particular statement.
"When the cameras are off, they're cold toward one another."
The duo has battled to keep its marriage together, and its bank accounts padded, since his infamous late 2013 affair with the aforementioned mistress.
The tension seems to have finally come to a head with Spelling's recent hospitalization, and again with her inviting Dean's mistress to join the series.
Yes, that was reportedly going to happen if she had her way.
This, combined with her health issues and the fact that she already had his ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace to come on the show, has pushed Dean to the edge.
"Dean has physically been there for Tori at the hospital out of a sense of obligation and it was obvious and very depressing to Tori," a second source says.
"His thoughts were elsewhere while he was at the hospital."
McDermott quit the Lifetime show, for what that's worth, a week ago after admitting he has been suicidal and depressed - even more so than usual.
Will he soon quit Tori and their union for good as well?
"He looked for every excuse to leave and pretty much stayed there as minimally as possible," the source says. "He didn't spend the night with her at all."
Though they've been legitimately working on their marriage for months, including addressing McDermott's infidelity and addiction woes, it's looking bleak.
Adds the source, "They are barely on speaking terms."
Don't look for things to get magically better this week on True Tori Season 2 Episode 5. If anything, this train wreck is getting more painful by the week ...