An Overview on POP’s TV Series, Queens of Drama

On April 26, 2015, The Queens of Drama TV series premiered on POP at 10:00 PM upon the completion of the 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which was aired exclusively by POP. After its premier, the Queens of Drama was scheduled to air each Wednesday between 8:00 and 8:30 PM on 29th of the same month. The first season had a lineup of ten episodes.

Information about the Queens of Drama

The series features six prime-time and daytime soap actresses who opt to take charge of their career in entertainment by starring and producing a TV series. Donna Mills is dubbed as the true queen of the TV series. Her role in the show depicts the character of Abby Fairgate Ewing on Knots Landing. She blends this character with her very own to bring out an outstanding personality.

The show begins with Lindsay Hartley reuniting with Chrystee Pharris, the star of Passion. Consequently, the two reunited starts later meet Crystal Hunt and Vanessa Marcil. During the meet up, the stars make plans to create their show. Donna Mills notices that Marcil is inexperienced to develop the desired series and, therefore, she opts to join Marcil to assist with her expertise in the business.

The premier episode ends with an unhappy Vanessa Mills. Primarily, this is due to the manner by which Mills discards her ideas for their series.

Details about Crystal Hunt

Crystal Hunt, American actress, was born on February 5, 1985 in Clearwater, Florida, United States. She is well-known for her role as Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light and as Stacy Morasco, which is a role she paled on One Life to Live. FamousBirthdays says her role in Queens of Dram depicts a very talented and experienced actress. On the show, she is among the girls who think of the idea of starting the show together with Lindsay Hartley and Vanessa Marcil. She is also makes judgmental assertions about Jason Shane Scot, Lindsay’s boyfriend.

Apart from her star roles in popular television series, she has also featured in numerous television commercials including an anti-drug advert with NSYNC and the 25th anniversary celebration for the Walt Disney Company. Hunt has featured in other numerous films, which include, The Derby Stallion, Sydney White, NYC Underground, 23 Blast, Magic Mike XXL, 2015’s Queens of Drams and her own production Talbot County.  There’s a good acting reel on YouTube that showcases Crystal Hunt’s range.