Tori Spelling was briefly quarantined over the weekend after being hospitalized with a fever and an uncontrollable cough.

Tori Spelling Hospitalized

Spelling’s husband, Dean McDermott, brought Spelling to L.A.’s Cedars Sinai hospital on Saturday, Oct. 18. The actress and reality star was treated in quarantine after complaining of a high fever and trouble breathing. Spelling was diagnosed with a severe case of bronchitis and a sinus infection, and she is currently undergoing more tests.

The health scare news comes on the same day as Season 2 of True Tori is set to premiere on Lifetime. The reality series will follow Spelling and her husband as they continue to deal with the fallout of his infidelity and the couple’s money problems.

Spelling appears to be doing better, and even tweeted from the hospital, thanking fans for their support and expressing her plans to tweet throughout her hospital stay. “Dean is with me and will help me tweet while I’m on the mend,” Spelling wrote.

True Tori Season 2

Spelling’s hospitalization forced her to cancel a press tour for True Tori, which premieres Tuesday at 9 p.m. on Lifetime.