Los Miserables ranks second most watched program the day of its premiere in Spain
Los Miserables, distributed by Telemundo Internacional, premiered on Monday, February 23 in Spain on Atresmedia’s Nova channel and became the second most-watched program of the day in the country, just behind another great Telemundo production also broadcast by Nova, Pasión de Gavilanes.
The telenovela starring actress Aracely Arámbula reached 827,000 viewers.
Los Miserables, written by Valentina Párraga, features renowned actors Erick Hayser, Aylin Mujica, Gabriel Porras and Aaron Diaz, among others. Based on Victor Hugo's masterpiece Les Miserables, this telenovela tells the story of a woman accused of a crime she did not commit. Her greatest suffering comes from being persecuted by the man she loves. Upon her return to Mexico from the United States, where she spent eleven years in prison for falling in love with the wrong man, Lucia "Lucha" Duran plans to start anew. But it is not easy: her family denies her, she cannot find a job and almost all refuse to support her. But her love for Roxana, the girl she adopted and raises as her own, drives her to keep on. When it seems that her path is leading her towards happiness, Lucha is blamed for a crime she did not commit and will have to escape to obtain the evidence that proves her innocence to her pursuer, Daniel Ponce, the man she loves.