Televisa telenovelas

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  1. A Shelter for Love

    A Shelter for Love (2012)


    Un refugio para el amor (Official translation: A Shelter For Love) is a Mexican Spanish-language telenovela produced by Ignacio Sada Madero for Televisa. It is a remake of the Venezuelan telenovela La Zulianita, written by Delia Fiallo and adapted by Nora Alemán and Georgina Tinoco. Zuria Vega and Gabriel Soto star as the main protagonists, while Laura Flores, Jessica Coch, Humberto Elizondo and Frances Ondiviela star as the main antagonists.

  2. Abyss of Passion

    Abyss of Passion (2012)


    Abismo de pasión (Abyss of Passion) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Angelli Nesma Medina and written by Caridad Bravo Adams for Televisa. It is a remake of Cañaveral de Pasiones, produced by Humberto Zurita and Christian Bach in 1996. Both telenovelas are based on Caridad Bravo Adams's original story, divided into two novels, and published in 1959: Una sombra entre los dos and Al pie del altar.

  3. Al diablo con los guapos

    Al diablo con los guapos (2007)


    Al Diablo con los Guapos (To Hell with Handsome Men) or (Down with the Beautiful) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Angelli Nesma Medina for Televisa. It is a remake of Argentinian telenovela Muñeca Brava. Allisson Lozz and Eugenio Siller starred as the protagonists, while Laura Flores and César Évora starred as the antagonists.

  4. Alcanzar una estrella

    Alcanzar una estrella (1990)


    Alcanzar una estrella ("To reach a star") is a Mexican telenovela first broadcast on Canal de las Estrellas in 1990. Also broadcast in Latin America and on Univision in the United States, the telenovela tells the story of an introverted girl's infatuation with her teen idol. The leading roles were played by singers Mariana Garza and Eduardo Capetillo, ex-members of the Mexican pop band Timbiriche. The two also sang the theme songs, which were written by Ricardo Arjona. Arjona and other singers such as Patricia Manterola (from the group Garibaldi) also made acting cameos. The story was produced by Luis de Llano, producer and manager of Timbiriche and Garibaldi, and written by actress Rita Macedo, de Llano's mother. Alcanzar una estrella turned out to be Macedo's last credit as an actress before she committed suicide in the mid-1990s.

  5. Alcanzar una estrella II

    Alcanzar una estrella II (1991)


    Alcanzar Una Estrella II ("Reach for a Star II") is a telenovela produced by Televisa in 1991. It is the sequel to Alcanzar Una Estrella.

  6. Alma de hierro

    Alma de hierro (2008)


    Alma de Hierro (Spanish: Soul Of Steel) is a 2008–2009 Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa. It is a remake of the Argentinian soap opera Son de Fierro, with the character's names rewritten and adapted to the Mexican audience. The main actors were Blanca Guerra, Alejandro Camacho, Christian Vega, Flavio Medina, Lisardo and Alejandra Barros, with Jorge Poza, Zuria Vega, Adamari López, Angelique Boyer, Eddy Vilard, Martha Julia, and Luz María Aguilar playing supporting roles. The show earned 8 awards at the "TV y Novelas" award celebration, becoming the highest-awarded production of the 2009 season.

  7. Alma rebelde

    Alma rebelde (1999)


    Alma Rebelde (Rebellious Soul) is a 1999 Mexican telenovela, starring Lisette Morelos, Eduardo Verástegui, Ana Martin, Ariel López Padilla and the late Karla Álvarez. It was produced by Televisa, It is a remake of 1987 La indomable (telenovela Mexicana). This telenovela contained 90 episodes.

  8. Alondra

    Alondra (1995)


    Alondra is a Mexican telenovela shown in 1995, written by Yolanda Vargas Dulché and produced by Carla Estrada, This telenovela contains 78 episodes.

  9. Amada enemiga

    Amada enemiga (1997)


    Amada Enemiga is 1997 Mexican telenovela, starring Dominika Paleta, Susana Dosamantes and Enrique Ibáñez. It was produced by Televisa. This telenovela contained 80 episodes.

  10. Amar sin límites

    Amar sin límites (2006)


    Amar sin límites ("Limitless Love") is a Mexican telenovela that was produced by Televisa and broadcast on that company's El Canal de las Estrellas. The program debuted on 16 October 2006 at 7:30 pm; the first ten episodes were only thirty minutes long, with the program expanding to an hour long on 30 October and taking over the 7:00 time slot previously occupied by Duelo de Pasiones.

  11. Amigas y rivales

    Amigas y rivales (2001)


    Amigas y rivales (Friends and Rivals) is a Mexican telenovela, which was produced by and broadcast on Televisa in 2001.

  12. Amor mío

    Amor mío (2006)


    Amor Mío ("My Love") is a Spanish language comedy telecomedy, produced in Argentina by Telefe and for Mexico by Televisa. This romantic comedy features Abril Juárez and Marcos Sinclair, two singles who are forced to share an apartment in Buenos Aires even though they cannot stand each other. The show is also known as Loony Love[1] and My Sweet Love.

  13. Amorcito corazón

    Amorcito corazón (2011)


    Amorcito Corazón (Darling sweetheart) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa by Lucero Suarez. Rehabilitation of the Venezuelan RCTV telenovela Trapos Intimos. It stars Elizabeth Álvarez, Diego Olivera, Africa Zavala, and Daniel Arenas, involving Fabiola Campomanes, Gerardo Murguia and Macaria as the main villains and stellar performances by the leading lady Mariana Karr, and Grettell Valdez.

  14. Amores verdaderos

    Amores verdaderos (2012)


    Amores Verdaderos (True Love) is a 2012 Mexican telenovela produced by Nicandro Díaz Gonzalez for Televisa. It is based on Amor en Custodia, produced in Colombia, Argentina, and Mexico.

  15. Ángela

    Ángela (1998)


    Angela is a Mexican telenovela, which was produced by Televisa and broadcast on Canal de las Estrellas in 1998. The series was debuted on May 17, 1999 on Univision in the United States, replacing that year's hit La Mentira, and ended on September 9, 1999, being replaced by Tres Mujeres. It aired a second and a third time on Galavisión on March 15, 2000 and May 8, 2001, and ended a second and a third time on July 1, 2000 and August 24, 2001.

  16. Apuesta por un amor

    Apuesta por un amor (2004)


    Apuesta por un Amor (Gambling on Love) is a Mexican soap opera starring Patricia Manterola and Juan Soler with Alejandra Ávalos and Roberto Palazuelos.

  17. Aventuras en el tiempo

    Aventuras en el tiempo (2001)


    Aventuras En El Tiempo ("Adventures In Time'") is a Mexican telenovela from 2001, presented completely in Spanish, and featuring a young pre-teen girl named Violeta.

  18. Bajo las riendas del amor

    Bajo las riendas del amor (2007)


    Bajo Las Riendas del Amor (International Title:Reins of Love, Literally,Under The Reins of Love) is an American telenovela that aired from March 12 to October 5, 2007. It was filmed in Miami, Florida (US).

  19. Barrera de amor

    Barrera de amor (2005)


    Barrera de amor is a Mexican telenovela, which was produced by and broadcast on Televisa in 2005.

  20. Cachito de cielo

    Cachito de cielo (2012)


    The Argentine author Mario Schajris wrote Cachito de Cielo (Cachito of Heaven: Love's Divine), a Mexican telenovela produced by Roberto Gomez Fernandez and Giselle González for Televisa. The start of the story is based on the movies "Here Comes Mr. Jordan" and Heaven Can Wait, produced in 1941 and 1978.

  21. Camaleones

    Camaleones (2009)


    Camaleones (Chameleons) is a 2009/2010 Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa. The soap opera premiered on Mexico's Canal de las Estrellas, replacing the completed TV series Verano de Amor. Camaleones is produced by Rosy Ocampo (AKA La Campestre or Rosy la del Campo), who has produced several popular telenovelas, such as Amor sin Maquillaje, Las Tontas No Van al Cielo and La Fea Mas Bella. Filming took place in Mexico City and Xochitepec in June 2009, and lasted approximately 7 months. The telenovela premiered on Univision in the United States on May 4, 2010.

  22. Camila

    Camila (1998)


    This page refers to the 1998 soap opera. For the 1984 Argentinian movie see Camila.

  23. Cañaveral de pasiones

    Cañaveral de pasiones (1996)


    Cañaveral de pasiones (Passion Cañaveral) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Humberto Zurita and Christian Bach for Televisa, and broadcast by Canal de las Estrellas in 1996.

  24. Carita de ángel

    Carita de ángel (2000)


    Carita de Angel (English: Angel Face) is a child telenovela produced in Mexico by Televisa in 2000 produced by Nicandro Díaz González. It is a remake of the telenovela Papa Corazon, which also was adapted for Mundo de juguete. It starred Lisette Morelos, Miguel de León and Daniela Aedo as Dulce Maria. In 2001 it was broadcast in the United States by the Spanish-language broadcaster Univision. Among the great figures of his cast were Mexicans Joaquín Cordero and Ana Luisa Peluffo and Argentine Libertad Lamarque, who died during the filming of this soap opera and was replaced by actress Silvia Pinal.

  25. Carrusel

    Carrusel (1989)


    Carrusel is a Mexican telenovela based in the Argentinean original Jacinta Pichimahuida, produced by and first broadcast on Televisa in 1989. It covers daily life in a Mexican elementary school and the children's relationships with a charismatic teacher named Jimena (Gabriela Rivero). Among other plot devices, it deals with the differences between the upper and lower classes of Mexican society — specifically as seen in a romantic relationship between Cirilo, a poor black boy (played by Pedro Javier Viveros), and a spoiled rich girl, Maria Joaquina Villaseñor (played by Ludwika Paleta).

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