Six teenagers with different lives and personalities attend a prominent private school with only one thing in common: their vocation and passion for music.
A brave, poor young girl is welcomed into a rich family and develops a romance with their misogynist youngest son, driving a woman already in love with him to go to great lengths to destroy their relationship.
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.
The mishaps of Chavo, an 8-year-old orphan boy who lives in a barrel. Together with Quico, Chilindrina, Ñoño and La Popis, Chavo experiences a series of humorous entanglements.
María Mercedes, a poor girl who sells lottery tickets, meets a rich man who hates his own family and sees in María Mercedes an opportunity to make their lives miserable.
Fernanda Linares (Livia Brito) is a woman thirsty for revenge after the murder of her husband on their wedding night, where in addition, Fernanda was a victim of rape after the event occurred. However, Fernanda's life will change when she meets Rafael Toscano (José Ron), a handsome young man who recently just received his university degree with whom she will empathize and return to Fernanda the opportunity to love again.
Corona de Lágrimas is a 2012 Mexican telenovela produced by José Alberto Castro for Televisa. It is a remake of Corona de Lágrimas, produced in 1965 and starring Prudencia Grifell and Jorge Lavat.
Victoria Ruffo, Africa Zavala and Mané de la Parra star as the protagonists, while Adriana Louvier, Ernesto Laguardia, Martha Julia and Alejandro Nones star as the antagonists.
Yolanda dreamed her entire life of being a pilot. She found a stewardess job, and an unexpected role in drug smuggling.
Stories about people who get into problems who use the help of Virgin Mary and where a rose appears and their problems are solved.
A family that deals with the conflicts and problems of daily life but in a comical and exaggerated way with the particularity that they live in a city that is built entirely of stuffed animals and with all the stuffed accessories.
The everyday life of people in Mexican neighborhoods, where anything can be found. Each episode interacts between these peculiar neighbors, where they encounter real and fictitious problems.
The realistic chronicles of a working class group of Hispanic youth, with heavy subject matter like sex, drug dealing, teen pregnancy, abuse, drinking, rape, deception, and heartbreak.
La Fea Más Bella is a Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa. It is the second Mexican version of the popular Colombian telenovela: Betty la fea. La Fea más Bella stars popular actress/singer/comedian Angélica Vale and actor/singer Jaime Camil, with one of the most diverse and popular supporting casts ever assembled in Mexico, including Angélica María, José José, Sergio Mayer, Elizabeth Álvarez, Patricia Navidad and many others.
Univision broadcast 2 hour episodes of La Fea Más Bella from September 13, 2010 to April 15, 2011 La Fea Más Bella also won the TV y Novelas award for best telenovela of the year. In 2009 it was dubbed into Arabic and aired on MTV Lebanon as Letty instead of La Fea Más Bella.
"The Best Telenovela of the Year 2007".
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.