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Take yourself back in time...back to high school. The ups and downs, the loves the losses, the struggles the triumphs, being together with your friends...feeling every emotion of it.
Is 23 more than just a number to you? Do you respond to people by saying I don't wanna be anything other than what I've been trying to be lately? Do you expect to have life-changing moments while caught in the confetti or the rain?
Are you One Tree Hill obsessed?'s OK...we're here for you. You can sit with us.
Are Brooke, Peyton and Haley your BFF goals?
These Drama Queens are getting back together!! Bethany Joy Lenz, Hilarie Burton and Sophia Bush are the biggest Drama Queens and they are here with you to dissect every episode, deliver every detail you must know, and devote themselves to you as you rewatch every single scene together.
Join Joy, Hilarie and Sophia each week.
Relive it, Relove it, Rewatch it ...every One Tree Hill minute of it.

Be a Drama Queen.

Drama Queens, an iHeartRadio Podcast.
206 Episodes
Cullen Moss

Cullen Moss


Junk is here!  Cullen Moss joins Sophia and Hilarie as they reminisce on some sweet moments working together.  Together they relive some real life Wilmington stories that could have easily been a plot for the show or its own movie! Plus, the Cullen factor: similarities between One Tree Hill and Outer Banks!See for privacy information.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson went from being a shy kid to being a successful actor on Broadway and the big and small screen . . . and now he's a successful podcast host too! Is there anything he can't do? The actor joins Sophia to chat about his journey to becoming an actor, which started at the tender age of eight, how he feels now looking back on his "Modern Family" days, fun stories from the set, and juggling home and work life with two little ones at home!  Plus, the scoop on his podcast "Dinner's On Me," including upcoming guests and favorite restaurants you should check out!See for privacy information.
From filming locations, to flashbacks, to kept secrets…things were all over the place for this episode.  Hilarie explains how one door closing made space for beautiful things to come as well as an unforgettable night with Chad. Plus, Sophia found herself rooting for one of Brooke's rivals. See for privacy information.
Legendary actress Jane Fonda found her calling for activism in the 60s and never looked back. At age 86, she continues to pursue change with a contagious enthusiasm and necessary urgency.  The Oscar winner joins Sophia for a conversation that explores her complicated childhood, her relationship with her father, and how she untangled herself from the pressures of Hollywood. A true work in progress, Jane also examines her resilience and where she hopes to improve in what she calls her final act. These days, Fonda is busier than ever fighting climate change and invites listeners to join the Jane Fonda Climate Pac by texting JANE to 40506. For more information on the important work she’s doing, visit See for privacy information.
Fans & Stans ᐧ EP620

Fans & Stans ᐧ EP620


The Drama Queens admit that in watching the show back, they've become fans of certain characters and storylines some of which peak in this episode! , find out which OTH couples they are stans ofSee for privacy information.
Ben McKenzie not only survived the 00s but also the glare of the spotlight. The actor shot to fame as a troubled teenager in the mega-hit series The O.C., which debuted the same year as another teen drama, One Tree Hill. Ben and Sophia share stories about what it was like being young and dealing with fame on their respective hit shows. Ben also opens up about being terrified of being put in the 'teen actor' box, being confused with his character, and meeting his wife, Morena Baccarin, on The O.C. set but not remembering! Plus, Ben dishes about showing his 7-year-old daughter The O.C. and her reaction to the show, his childhood dream of being a football player and how he ended up acting instead, and what inspired him to write the book, "Easy Money: Cryptocurrency, Casino Capitalism, and the Golden Age of Fraud."See for privacy information.
Paul Johansson directed this episode, so it’s fitting that he returns to dissect it. The Queens talk about his process and how it affected the show. They share what made this episode special in their eyes and Paul explains what made him run into the bathroom and cry! See for privacy information.
Alisyn Camerota went from a punk rock teen to a respected journalist anchoring for CNN, and now she is an author sharing her story of survival and success in her new memoir, "Combat Love."  Alisyn opens up to Sophia about chasing her dreams of being a journalist, her experience working at Fox News under Roger Ailes, including sexual harassment, not buying into their mission statement, and transitioning from Fox to rival network CNN.  Alisyn also talks about her decision to write a memoir, how writing helped heal her relationship with her mother, and the power of music in her life!  Alisyn Camerota's new book, "Combat Love: A Story of Leaving, Longing, and Searching for Home," is available now. See for privacy information.
The girls get into a very charming villain, an especially gnarly time period, a world class jab and Sophia opens up about a difficult battle she hasn't gotten over losing. Plus, find out why this episode in particular results in the girls getting made fun of the most!See for privacy information.
The girls discuss a OTH sequel series featuring original stars(!), They reminisce about great food, cheap drinks and good times and they reveal their favorite teenage dramas growing up! It’s hard hitting fan questions with down and dirty, thrilling answers!See for privacy information.
She lit up our screens in the iconic HBO series, The Sopranos and now she is inspiring people by opening up about her health journey. Jamie-Lynn Sigler joins Sophia for an emotional chat about getting the role of a lifetime at 16 years of age, dealing with health problems at the height of her career, why she kept her diagnosis a secret, and the many women who helped her on her journey. Plus, the actress tells all about her new podcast with Christina Applegate and the special bond they share.See for privacy information.
Hilarie reveals the support she got as Peyton dealt with a difficult journey on the show and takes the opportunity to open up about a similar real life experience. The girls discuss impulsiveness, being duped and the most appropriately placed inappropriate joke.  If anything could make you find a silver lining in trauma, it’s this episode.See for privacy information.
ABC News Correspondent Linsey Davis wanted to be a lawyer but found herself on a different path. Now, she's an award-winning journalist who anchors ABC News Live Prime and "World News Tonight" on the weekend.  Linsey joins Sophia to talk about the moment she decided to pursue journalism and why, mentors who helped her along her journey, covering politics, and what it's like interviewing some of the biggest newsmakers in the world, including her thoughts on Hillary Clinton when the camera's stopped rolling.  Plus, besides being an accomplished journalist, Linsey is also a best-selling author! She discusses the inspiration behind her sixth children's book, "Girls of the World: Doing More Than Ever Before." See for privacy information.
And…Action! ᐧ EP616

And…Action! ᐧ EP616


This episode was Joy’s directorial debut! As you can imagine it involved a whirlwind of emotions as well as a fine line of learning on the fly, while not rocking the boat…too much. There was quite a lot of real-life imagery happening too, with a lot to be proud of, but also some relatable meltdowns. Find out why the girls call this the best episode of the season.See for privacy information.
Broadway star and Academy Award-winning actress Ariana DeBose is taking on a new challenge...advocating for voting rights!  Ariana joins Sophia to talk about her journey with identity as a queer Afro-Latina, how she got into showbiz, and what it was like working in Broadway shows for years, including "Hamilton," before hitting the big screen in the movie that 'changed her life,' Steven Spielberg's "West Side Story." She also reveals what she told the famed director before joining the cast, the types of projects she is working on now, and having the courage to pursue magic!  Plus, Ariana talks about her important new role as ACLU Artist Ambassador for Voting Rights and what's at stake this election year! For more info, follow @aclu_nationwide on Instagram and See for privacy information.
Find out who (or what) the girls believe won the episode, why Kate slams Mia and what made Sophia very emotional. Plus, the truth on both Mia and Chase and what really happened when James Van Der Beek came to set!See for privacy information.
Social media star, actress, and trans advocate Dylan Mulvaney gained a huge following after she started chronicling her gender transition on TikTok two years ago . . . but with fame came hate and transphobia.  Dylan joins Sophia to talk about rising above the fray and thriving, dealing with transphobia, why she looks back on some of her original videos and cringes, debunking the ridiculous notion that she transitioned to become famous, Lady Gaga showing up for her, and her new music!  Plus, Sophia talks about her year of Yes! In 2012, she and her best friend decided to say yes to everything that felt scary . . . Sophia reveals how that worked out for her!  See for privacy information.
Kate Voegele

Kate Voegele


Good fit, bad fit…Kate explains who should have been Mia’s romantic end game and who was hands down, a mistake. She shares a humiliating story that occured during filming and admits to sneaking easter eggs into her music!  What were they?!See for privacy information.
It’s a spicy Q&A day! Find out the last thing the girls Googled, what disgusts them, what answers from Joy and Sophia absolutely SHOCKED Hilarie...and so much more you never imagined you’d get to hear straight from them!See for privacy information.
Millennials will know Torrey DeVitto from some of the hottest TV shows of the early 2000s, such as One Tree Hill, The Vampire Diaries, and Pretty Little Liars!  The 'Chicago Med' alum joins Sophia to chat about their time together on One Tree Hill, including how she emotionally prepared to play such an unstable character as Nanny Carrie and what it was like dealing with fan reactions on social media and in person. The actress also reveals what it was like growing up in a spiritual and rock n' roll household with a dad who was Billy Joel's drummer!  Plus, Torrey opens up about why it was so important to share her personal experience with abortion, how her family felt about her going public, and the current threat to women's health.See for privacy information.
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