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La Doña, starring renowned Mexican actress Aracely Arámbula, is a story of revenge, betrayal and ambition, but also of redemption, justice and love, which follows the life of Altagracia, a woman of striking beauty who lost her parents to a fatal car accident, and who at a young age suffered the abuse of a group of young men. These rich depraves known as the Porkys violated her innocence while being protected by the impunity that their high social position gives them. Since then, Altagracia becomes a ruthless and ambitious woman, an unfeeling mother who abandoned her daughter at a young age and uses her charms to amass an empire that allows her to impose law and take justice into her own hands. Despite her considerable success, Altagracia is missing something: love. And, she discovers it for the first time when she meets Saul, an attorney who defends the victims of gender violence and young women fighting for a way out of unemployment, poverty and overpopulation. But Saul has already captivated Monica, a lovely young woman of humble beginnings, with a compassionate and optimistic attitude toward life. She is Altagracia’s estranged daughter. Altagracia will now be confronted by the two feelings she had previously avoided: love for her daughter and love for a man.
Cast: Aracely Arámbula, David Chocarro, Rebecca Jones, Danna Paola
This story, the continuation of Without Breasts There is No Paradise (Sin Senos No Hay Paraíso), begins with the news of Catalina’s death. Her pregnant mother, Hilda, is so devastated that it causes her to give premature birth to the baby girl she is expecting, who she names Catalina after her deceased half-sister. The baby’s father, Albeiro, mourns the fact that she is a girl, knowing the suffering life has in store for women. He refuses to see her at first and meets his new daughter for the first time four months later, when he and Hilda come to an agreement on a set of rules for raising the child.
Without Breasts There Is Paradise (Sin Senos Sí Hay Paraíso) reflects the reality of a new generation of women determined to succeed in life without resorting to plastic surgery or falling for the lure of easy money. Carolina Gaitán plays young Catalina, an innocent girl who grows up sheltered by her loving parents until the jealousy and envy of her enemy turns her purity and moral values into hatred and a thirst for revenge. Along the way she meets Hernán Darío, played by Juan Pablo Urrego, a young neighborhood courier with whom she finds true love as he fights against a world of drugs and violence to defend his family
Cast: Carolina Gaitan, Juan Pablo Urrego, Catherine Siachoque, Fabián Rios
Silvana "Chivis" Rivapalacios de Villaseñor is the mother of three young girls and the wife of one of the most influential businessmen in the city. His bad business decisions and shady practices have left him in ruins, and he in turn has disappeared without announcement, leaving his family homeless. This is why Chivis, her mother and her three daughters have to rebuild their lives in a middle-class neighborhood where they will, for the first time, learn what it really means to work to survive. They’ll also learn how to enjoy life with all its good and bad.
When searching for their new home, Chivis accidentally meets Manuel Gallardo – their new neighbor, a widower, father of four children and leader of the fishing market. After several mishaps and setbacks, time will show them that neither prejudice nor social status will get in the way when true love prevails. They will learn that it’s not money that brings happiness but love, solidarity and unity. After all, the rich are not those who have more, but those who need the least.
Cast: Maritza Rodriguez, Carlos Ponce, Adriana Barraza
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