The scripted reality TV show “Queens Of Drama” is looking to bring back to the small screen some of the best known faces from the soap opera genre. A group of female stars have joined forces in the show to bring a soap opera back to the small screen despite the shrinking numbers of episodes appearing on network TV each day. The number of soap operas produced is consistently shrinking and prompts the group of female performers to form their own production company under the leadership of former “Knot’s Landing” star Donna Mills.
One of the major areas that has been drawing viewers into the “Queens Of Drama” is the fictionalized versions of the stars appearing in each episode. Donna Mills plays an extreme version of herself and is joined by others who bring a small amount of the characters they were known for to their onscreen persona. Hunter Tylo and Crystal Hunt are two of the stars who see the characters they played on soap operas return to their onscreen personality. Instagram superstar Crystal Hunt is well known for appearing as a star of “Guiding Light” and “One Life To Live”. The “One Life To Live” character of Crystal Hunt is perhaps her best known role as the often menacing character of Stacy Morasco.
After leaving “One Life To Live” Crystal Hunt has been attempting to remove her persona as a soap opera performer, and spreading her wings to include a wide range of characters in her latest roles. Despite being best known as an actress on the small screen Crystal hunt is looking to alter her image to allow her to take on more roles in movies, which has begun to take hold after her performance as the character of Lauren in “Magic Mike XXL”. Crystal Hunt has looked to create a well rounded career that takes in much more than simply an acting career, instead she is also proving herself as an entrepreneur who is a successful pet boutique owner.
The “Queens Of Drama” has become a major source of entertainment for many viewers who have bought into the premise of the all female production company looking to extend the life of the soap opera on U.S. television. The chance to see the ideas and skills the cast has picked up over the course of their long careers in television acting is a major part of the show. The return of some of the iconic figures from soap operas of the past is something that everybody can enjoy as legends, including Joan Collins return to U.S. television screens for the first time in a number of years.