"Scoundrel", "Forever Krystle", and "Spectacular" are three perfumes that were created for the U.S. TV show "Dynasty". The show became a series that ran 1981–1989. It focus was on the trials and tribulations of two feuding families, the Carringtons and the Colbys, both were oil rich families that owned big estates in Denver, Colorado.

The show was created by Richard and Esther Shapiro and produced by Aaron Spelling. Starring John Forsythe and Linda Evans as oil magnate Blake Carrington and his new wife Krystle, "Dynasty" was ABC's derivation of the hit CBS prime time serial "Dallas". In the beginning, the show came nowhere near the ratings of "Dallas". With the second season arrival of Joan Collins as Blake's scheming first wife Alexis, this heralded the rise of "Dynasty" into the Top 20, and in 1985 the series hit #1.

"Dynasty" was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best TV Drama Series every year from 1981 to 1986, winning in 1984. "Dynasty" spawned a successful line of fashion and luxury products and a spin-off series, "The Colby's". By 1987, "Dynasty" had dropped to #24. After 9 seasons, "Dynasty" was canceled in 1989. A two-part miniseries, "Dynasty: The Reunion", aired in October 1991. A reboot of the show also titled "Dynasty" was launched in 2017.

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