The “Queens of Drama” is a Pop series involving an assemblage of former primetime actresses coupled with past daytime actresses for the professed purpose of producing their own show. This assemblage of erstwhile talent works together developing and pitching ideas to produce a new series that will secure a pilot deal before the end of this season. The plot of this creative show is the crafty concept of watching a show create a show, when in fact you are already watching the show.
Viewers do not need to be familiar with the Queens of Drama’s daytime and primetime roles. This Pop series quickly shoehorns the actresses into their perceived types. Vanessa Marcil is the leader of the pack, she brings in Donna Mills who overrides everybody irritating everyone to the point they look to replace her when in walks Joan Collins. Most of the tension in this series is derived from the venomous relationship between Crystal Hunt and Lindsay Hartley. Chrystee Pharris comes in as the referee between Crystal and Lindsay. All the Queens of Drama play a fictionalized version of their real self, blended with the character they played on their respective soap opera.
Actress Crystal Hunt’s undoubted talent brings a lot of experience to the show. Crystal flaunts her business skills on the show with excerpts of her real life pet boutique. Initially, Mills and Marcil played leader of the pack with the production company but as the show progresses Hunt’s role in increasing.
Outside of the show Crystal Hunt is an actress/producer best known for her roles as Lizzie Spaulding on the Guiding Light and Stacy Morasco on the daytime drama One Life to Live. With Dania Ramirez, Hunt produced her first feature film called “Talbot County”. Hunt also owned My Pets Dream Boutique, in Clearwater Florida. SoapOperaNetwork has more detail on Crystal’s career.