Crystal Hunt Returns To TV With The “Queens Of Drama”

The genre of scripted reality has a new entrant with the arrival of the TV show “Queens of Drama”. The show takes as its jumping off point the fact that the majority of daytime TV drama serials have now been canceled or limited to reduced air time; “Queens of Drama” follows a group of female former stars of the daytime soap opera genre as they embark upon a plan to launch a production company to create a new serial drama. The show brings some of the most iconic figures from the world of U.S. daytime soap operas to the screen on a single show, including “One Life To Live” star Crystal Hunt, “Knot’s Landing” icon Donna Mills, and Hunter Tylo who is best known for her role in “The Bold And The Beautiful”.

All the women who make an appearance on the show play a form of fictionalized version of themselves, which blends their own character with those they played on their respective soap opera. Some of the best known villainous characters of the soap genre have been played the cast, including the character of Stacy Morasco played by Crystal Hunt. The actress shows her business and creative skills during the ten part series, which shows she has a large amount of business sense and creative abilities.

Crystal Hunt brings a large amount of experience and skill to “Queens of Drama”, including her undoubted talent as an actress. In recent times, Hunt has been making the move from small to big screen with a prominent role in the box office hit “Magic Mike XXL”. Hunt’s business skills as the owner of a pet boutique are also on show in her personal life and during the “Queens of Drama” show.  Follow her on Instagram to keep up with her.

The initial ten part season of “Queens of Drama” saw Donna Mills take on a lead role as the head of the production company the group of women were looking to form. As the show has progressed the role of Crystal Hunt has also increased and is pitched against British soap opera icon Joan Collins in later episodes.  Her website has more information.