(Photo Credit: 'Closer Weekly') Of their cozy vineyard in LA’s Brentwood neighborhood, Donna says: “It’s only a year old, so while we have grapes, we don’t have any wine grapes yet.But another year or so and we will.” RELATED: 'Knots Landing' Legend Donna Mills Found a Dream Home as Beautiful as She is The pair plans to bottle their own wine in the coming years, made from their California grapes. For more on your favorite stars’ love lives, pick up the new issue of Closer Weekly, on newsstands now.and if it’s difficult to switch off you can’t sleep and then you start to lose your appetite and it becomes a vicious cycle.’‘Juliet and I go to the gym every day and even if I had a bad night I go because it generates oxygen into my brain and exercise is a marvelous way to keep my energy levels up and to maintain balance,’ the golden globe winner said.Mills was a strict vegetarian for over 20 years, however after moving so often for her career, decided to include fish and organic, free range chicken in her diet, and attributes her vegetable heavy, limited meat diet to her good health.‘It’s great fun and I love Australia and was thrilled at the prospect of working with John Frost again – he always does wonderful productions and spends money properly and wisely and casts very well,’ Ms Mills said.‘The piece de resistance was the chance to work with my sister Juliet and of course her husband Maxwell who I had never worked with before…it’s an absolute gift to work with her and with people that you know and love and admire and trust very much and we are just having a ball!Enter Donna Mills, best known from “Knots Landing” but also familiar from a series of movies and recently a new guest role on “General Hospital.” Mills won the coveted Soap Opera Digest designation as “best villainess” three times for “Knots,” and while she doesn't play a villainess here, she does come across as no-nonsense.While the project is a collective effort, Mills is clearly first among equals, an unspoken social-order acknowledgment that also surfaces when Joan Collins drops in for a guest appearance.SO THESE half-dozen female soap actresses get together and the most amazing thing happens: The drama feels surprisingly life-size.That's one of the good things about “Queens of Drama,” wherein these actresses form a production company they hope can develop a new show with solid roles for women.
The biggest achievement for an actor or an actress is to receive the legendary tag and she has done everything perfect to get that tag.The core five are Vanessa Marcil, best known from “90210” and “Vegas”; Chrystee Pharris from “Passions”; Hunter Tylo, who spent nearly a quarter century on “The Bold and the Beautiful”; Crystal Hunt from “Guiding Light” and “One Life to Live”; and Lindsay Hartley from “Passions,” "All My Children” and “Days of Our Lives.” What they need, they agree, is someone with, frankly, a higher profile.Someone whose calls will always be returned and will get them through doors.The telepic condones “justified” murder and script’s focus is so muddled that viewers won’t be able to get a grip on the arc of the story. Exec producers, Gilbert Cates, Donna Mills; producer, Dennis Doty; associate producer, Peggy Griffin; director, Jud Taylor; written by Mimi Rothman Schapiro and Bill Wells based on a screenplay by Sharon Michaels.Also, review tape had no music or sound effects, and some dialogue was missing from the soundtrack. Cast: Donna Mills, Lee Grant, John Rubinstein, Adam Storke, John Getz, Ari Meyers, Ellen Blain, Roger Floyd, Anthony Johnson, Brian Smiar, Lou Beatty Jr., Abraham Alvarez, Lyndsey Fields, Gil Cates Jr., Seth Isler, James R.