Dramas

Queens of Drama Soars on the Pop Network

Queens of Drama, a new reality TV show has hit the air waves, and gives Soap Opera fans a glimpse of where some of Daytime and Primetime Soap Opera stars are today.

Soap Operas are meant to portray real life drama situations, and by doing that it creates its own reality for its viewers during Daytime and Primetime hours. Actors and Actresses have come and gone while the stories become intertwined, complicated and dramatic.

Queens of Drama puts former Soap Opera stars, Lindsay Hartley, Crystal Hunt, Vanessa Marcil, Chrystee Pharris, Hunter Tylo, and Donna Mills together in this drama filled reality show where they have to create their very own production company. This production company’s goal is to produce its own drama filled soap opera pilot for the Primetime networks. Personalities clash, words get thrown around, but the show continues on.

Crystal Hunt’s role in this new Reality show makes her step out of her comfort zone of acting and she faces new challenges of being her self in a reality TV series. She works with a team of fellow cast mates to create their very own drama series. The show has seen Crystal Hunt gain a huge Facebook following. The first season debuts 10 episodes of 6 women with clashing personalities. Some episodes include “I Don’t Do Ugly”, “Art Imitating Life”, and “Those little devils”.

Crystal Hunt is known for her roles as Lizzie Spaulding on the CBS network Soup Opera Guiding Light, and later as Stacy Morasco on the ABC network Soap Opera One Life to Live. FamousBirthdays showed Crystal has received 2 nominations for her roles in Soap Opera: Daytime Emmy Award and the Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series. She had two roles in film; The Derby Stallion and Sydney White and produced her own film, “Talbot County”.