Think back 20 years ago to the iconic 1994 Olympic scandal involving Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding (honestly, how could you ever forget?).
Well, some of your favorite stars from "RuPaul's Drag Race" are teaming up to hilariously recreate this iconic series of events through "Ice Queens," a new project from Logo TV. A five-night multi-platform event, "Ice Queens" aims to be the world’s first ever mini-series to simultaneously premiere across television, web, mobile devices and social media.
“To mark the 20th anniversary of the controversy and with the Winter Olympics in full swing, we wanted to offer a fresh take on one of the games’ most memorable moments, while getting fans excited for a new season of 'RuPaul’s Drag Race,'” Pamela Post, Vice President of Programming for Logo TV, said in a statement sent to The Huffington Post. “For better or worse, 'Ice Queens' now becomes a foot note in TV history as the first film to premiere across all platforms at the same time.”
"Ice Queens" stars Willam Belli as Tonya Harding and Morgan McMichaels as Nancy Kerrigan, as well as Delta Work as an FBI agent, Yara Sofia as Oksana Baiul, Colby Melvin as Jeff Gillooly, Christopher Adames as Shane Stant and Vivienne Pinay as a news reporter.
The mini-series will premiere tonight, Feb. 19, on Logo TV, LogoTV.com and the newly released LogoTV app on iOS at 9pm ET/PT. It is slated to be a 10-part series, with two parts premiering back to back every night.
Check out the trailer above, and be sure to tune in (on literally any platform) to Logo TV and relive the 1994 Olympic scandal yourself.
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