The stories of seven women, whose destinies intersect. Seven Lisbon couples live different moments in their relationships. Everyone has problems to solve. The challenges that each couple face are different - some more serious, others more common and predictable... and some purely selfish.
This is the story of a woman who fell in love and was betrayed. Her beloved was successful at the expense of a song that stole from her, while she was forced to fight for survival, far from her homeland.
It is also the story of a girl forced to mature quickly, to raise her daughter, without knowing that, after all, it was not her daughter she was raising...
Set in the 1990s, these are the life and times of Amado Carrillo Fuentes, a man who became the head of the Juárez cartel. Nicknamed “El Señor de los Cielos” (Lord of the Skies) because of the large fleet of airplanes he used to transport drugs, he was also known for washing more than $200 million through Colombia to finance his huge fleet. He is described as the most powerful drug trafficker of his time.
María la del barrio, the third telenovela in the Las Tres Marías trilogy, is a Mexican telenovela starring Thalía, Fernando Colunga, Itatí Cantoral, Ricardo Blume, Irán Eory and the young actors Ludwika Paleta & Osvaldo Benavides. It was produced and broadcast on Televisa in 1995–1996.
The series is a remake of Los Ricos También Lloran, which featured Verónica Castro, Rogelio Guerra and Rocío Banquells. María la del barrio is considered one of the most popular and successful telenovelas ever, having been broadcast in over 180 countries and watched by more than two billion people.
The rivalries, romances, hopes and fears of the residents of the fictional Midwestern metropolis, Genoa City. The lives and loves of a wide variety of characters mingle through the generations, dominated by the Newman, Abbott, Baldwin and Winters families.
Teresa Chavez is a young woman with an obsession for money and ambition. Despite her beauty and the fact that she was raised in the bosom of a loving family, she is resentful; her one desire is to leave her humble but poor neighbourhood.
Carita de Angel is a child telenovela produced in Mexico by Televisa in 2000 produced by Nicandro Díaz. 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.
From December 11 of 2000 until January 5 of 2001 the soap opera interrupted its broadcast in order to go to Christmas minitelenovela Rayito de Luz. In Indonesia, this telenovela broadcast on RCTI in early 2003, and a years later, in 2004, it broadcast on SCTV. In the United States, it re-aired on the Spanish channel UniMás from June 14, 2012 to February 28, 2013.
The series is set at the Elite Way School, a prestigious private boarding high school in Mexico City with a major plot line revolving around a group of students forming a pop band. Additional subplots involve the school's faculty and the students' parents. One trademark of the show is the random use of English words and phrases, often used by fresa characters.
Malhação is a Brazilian television series for the teenage audience. The soap started in 1995, and was set in a fictional Gym Club called Malhação on Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro. Through the years the location varied slightly. Although the name of the soap remains the same, it is now set in the Múltipla Escolha High School.
Yo soy Betty, la fea is a telenovela filmed in Colombia, written by Fernando Gaitán and produced from October 25, 1999 to May 8, 2001 by the Colombian network RCN. More than a dozen versions of the telenovela have been made in other countries. In the United States, both the comedy-drama hit Ugly Betty and Televisa program La Fea Más Bella are based on the Colombian soap opera.
Betty, la Fea re-aired on Spanish-language U.S. network TeleFutura in January 2009. Eight years after the telenovela's original run, the highly anticipated return of the original version of Yo Soy Betty, La Fea delivered impressive ratings for the network, attracting over one million viewers, more than half a million of which were adults aged 18–49. In addition, the premiere episode doubled and in some cases nearly tripled its prior audience among all key demographics.
Due to the success of re-runs aired in the United States, in June 2009, Yo soy Betty, la fea re-aired in México on Canal de las Estrellas.
The story of Julia, a woman currently living out the life that her mother and future husband have planned for her. But just as she is about to get married, she discovers a great family secret that will change her forever. On the verge of a nervous breakdown, she decides to get away and finds refuge in a secluded town in the mountains of Madrid where she will have a complicated mission: to take control of her own destiny.
La Tormenta is a Colombian 2005 telenovela produced by RTI Colombia and broadcast by Telemundo and Caracol TV, starring Natalia Streignard and Christian Meier.
Maria Teresa is a woman accustomed to living in the city, but she has to move to live at ‘La Tormenta’, her family’s estate, to try to save her family from financial ruin. The family is facing economic problems and she thinks La Tormenta will save them from bankruptcy.
The reboot follows two of America’s wealthiest families, the Carringtons and the Colbys, as they feud for control over their fortune and their children focusing on Fallon Carrington, the daughter of billionaire Blake Carrington, and her soon-to-be stepmother, Cristal, a Hispanic woman marrying into this WASP family and America’s most powerful class.
La Patrona is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by United States-based television network Telemundo Studios, Miami and Mexican Argos Comunicación. The telenovela is a remake of the Venezuelan telenovela La Dueña, written by José Ignacio Cabrujas.
The name reflects a local term or slang in Mexico to address a person recognized as the main boss. However, the title is also a reflection of both the protagonist and the antagonist struggle to conquer power, authority and respect in a labor field traditionally deemed to be a man's job.