Rebeca is a 2003 Spanish-language telenovela produced by Venevisión International. The telenovela was written by Alberto Gómez and stars Mariana Seoane and Ricardo Álamo as the main protagonists with Gaby Espino, Pablo Martin and Elluz Peraza portraying the main antagonists.
Alma Indomable is a telenovela produced and distributed by Venevisión International. Filming took place in Miami, Florida. It premiered on Univision on October 19, 2009 in the 1/12c timeslot. The telenovela was written by Alberto Gomez and stars: Scarlet Ortiz, José Ángel Llamas as the protagonists and Lilibeth Morillo and Luis José Santander as the antagonists.
Sacrificio de Mujer is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by Venevisión International.
Marjorie de Sousa and Juan A. Baptista star as the main protagonists with Mariana Torres and Pablo Azar as co-protagonists. Luis Jose Santander,Flor Núñez, Géraldine Bazán, Arnaldo Pipke and Ximena Duque star as the main villains.
Filming took place in Miami, Florida in 2010. From April 18, 2011 to June 17, 2011, Univision aired double episodes weekday afternoons at 12pm/11am central. From June 20, 2011 to July 7, 2011, the remaining episodes aired for one hour weekday afternoons. As of September 21, 2011, Venevisión is currently airing Sacrificio de Mujer at 10pm.
Acorralada is an American telenovela produced by Venevisión. Univision aired Acorralada from January 2007 to October 2007 on weekday afternoons at 2 pm central. It was rebroadcast in late 2011 through April 2012 on Univision's sister network, Telefutura. It was filmed in Miami, Florida, and lasted about 187 episodes. It is the second long-running telenovela that Venevisión Productions has produced without its former co-producer Fonovideo.
Ángel Rebelde is a 2003 Miami, Florida-based telenovela produced by Fonovideo Productions which aired first on Venevisión in Venezuela. Mexican actors Grettel Valdez and Victor Noriega star as the main ptoragonists while Maritza Rodríguez and Ismael La Rosa star as the main antagonists. The telenovela aired on Univision from February 2 to December 6, 2004. It recently aired on Venevisión Plus in 2012.
Gata Salvaje is a telenovela which aired first on Venevisión in Venezuela on May 16, 2002 and some days later was released on the Spanish language U.S. station Univision from mid-summer of 2002 until May 2003, and later aired in Mexico on El Canal De Las Estrellas from January 2003 to December 2003. It starred, Mexican actress Marlene Favela and Cuban actor Mario Cimarro.
This telenovela marked a milestone in the history of Spanish language television, for it became the first and to date the only telenovela ever to be filmed in the United States and later released in Mexico, in contrast to the original process in which they are filmed in Mexico and then later are released in the United States. Also, this is one of two telenovelas starring Marlene Favela and Mario Cimarro as the main protagonists, the other being Los Herederos Del Monte, airing in Telemundo from 2011.
La Revancha is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venevisión. This telenovela lasted 247 episodes and was distributed internationally by Venevisión International.
La mujer perfecta is a Venezuelan telenovela created by Leonardo Pardón and produced by Venevisión.
Mónica Spear and Ricardo Álamo star as the main protagonists with Ana Karina Manco and Jean Carlo Simancas playing the main antagonists. Marlene De Andrade, Marisa Román, Flavia Gleske and Mariaca Semprum star as co-protagonists.
Soñar no Cuesta Nada is a Miami-made telenovela that was produced by and seen first on Univisión and later on Venevisión. This telenovela lasted 191 episodes and was distributed internationally by Venevisión International. On October 1, 2007, Cadenatres, a new Mexican television network, began airing the telenovela.
Torrente:¡un torbellino de pasiones! is a 2008 Venezuelan telenovela produced by Venevisión and distributed internationally by Venevisión International.
Maritza Bustamante and Luciano D'Alessandro star as the protagonists while Anabell Rivero and Felix Loreto star as the antagonists.
¡Válgame Dios! is a Spanish-language Venezuelan telenovela written by Mónica Montañéz for Venevisión.
Sabrina Seara and Eduardo Orozco star as the main protagonists while Ricardo Alamo, Carlota Sosa and Raquel Yanez star as the main antagonists.
Arroz con Leche is a 2007 Venezuelan telenovela written by Doris Segui for Venevisión and distributed internationally by Venevisión International. Eileen Abad, Marlene De Andrade and Alba Roversi star as the main protagonists, accompanied by Juan Carlos Garcia, Luis Gerónimo Abreu, Henry Soto and Carlos Cruz.
Amor Del Bueno is a 2004 telenovela produced by Venevisión and Iguana Producciones. Venezuelan actors Coraima Torres and Ricardo Álamo star as the main protagonists.
At that time her name was Luisa, she was a humble and naive peasant who worked with her grandmother on the ranch of the powerful Montero. Also at that time she was outraged by Gonzalo, the son of the ruthless hacienda owner, Don Gregorio. She became pregnant, Gladis, Gonzalo's wife, had the girl be beaten to make her lose the baby, which she achieved. Gregorio had the little house where he lived with his grandmother burned, the latter dying in the horrible fire. She was expelled like a dog from the ranch, she left town like a common criminal, but the years have passed, Luisa who now calls herself Victoria has returned to town with an adopted daughter and turned into a sophisticated, rich and powerful woman, with a single goal in mind: revenge on everyone who hurt him so much.
Gabriel León (Jorge Reyes) is a famous TV host, owner of his own production company and husband of one of the most beautiful women in the country, model Angie Sorelli (Myriam Abreu); But all her happiness is overshadowed when she learns that she has kidney failure and having neither children nor siblings, her only option is dialysis. However Gabriel finds another option in a secret from his past; since in his youth due to financial needs he was a semen donor.
Cast: Daniela Bascopé, Roxana Díaz, Cristóbal Lander, Jorge Reyes.