‘Queens of Drama’ is a new reality series. It’s really a show within a show. It literally features the Queens of Drama, daytime and primetime soap drama, that is. The show made its debut April 26, 2015. The show is about several former soap stars who have banded together to form a production company. They work together, with no shortage of thematic drama and cattiness, to develop, pitch, and produce a tv drama of their own. The goal is to land a network spot for it by the end of the season. Basically, we watch a show about a show being born. The show is all about bringing interest back to soap opera television, with over seven decades of the best soap operas represented in the star-studded cast. ‘Queens of Drama’ boasts such names as Lindsey Hartley, Vanessa Marcil, Chrystee Pharris, Bunter Tylo, Donna Mills, and even Crystal Hunt.
On Queens of Drama, Hunt plays herself according to Metacritic, as one of the producers of the infant show for which we watch the development. She is a powerhouse actresses from daytime television and a symbol of sexy, powerful, strong women everywhere. Lindsey Hartley and Crystal Hunt do bump heads due to some misunderstandings during the course of the show. As one of the main stars of the show, Hunt is on for the majority of the episodes, (9 of 11). She stays very busy with the show and is especially involved with its taping in California. Crystal shares many aspects with fans on Facebook.
While she was very involved with the show, Ms. Hunt divided her time between it and Magic Mike XXL, a movie she was working on with Channing Tatum that debued in theaters July 1, 2015. She played Lauren in the film, another powerful female role. She has also been busy producing a film of her own with her friend Dania Ramariez, ‘Talbot County,’ a horror movie inspired by true events. In October of 2014, Hunt was involved in the film ’23 Blast.’ Another true story, this time about a high school football star who suddenly looses his sight. In 2013, Hunt and Ramirez were paired with Arielle Kebbel and Evan Ross in NYC Underground, a film that deals with the aftermath of a drug deal gone bad in the lives of four New York City teens.