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Atrévete a soñar

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Atrévete a soñar
Directed byRodrigo G. H. Zaunbos
StarringVanessa Guzmán
Danna Paola
René Strickler
Cynthia Klitbo
Violeta Isfel
Eleazar Gómez
Opening theme"Mundo de caramelo" (Danna Paola)
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes262
Executive producerLuis de Llano Macedo
Production locationsMexico City, Mexico
Running time43 min.
Production companiesTelevisa
Ideas del Sur
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Original releaseMarch 8, 2009 (2009-03-08) –
March 7, 2010 (2010-03-07)
Patito Feo

Atrévete a Soñar (English: Dare to dream) is a Mexican teen telenovela, produced by Luis de Llano for Televisa, under the license of Ideas del Sur. Atrévete a Soñar is an adaptation of the Argentine telenovela, Patito Feo (Ugly Duckling).

Danna Paola stars as Patito, Eleazar Gómez as Mateo, Violeta Isfel and Cynthia Klitbo, play antagonist roles as Antonella and Bianca. The telenovela also features adult protagonists, René Strickler and Vanessa Guzmán.

It first aired on March 8, 2009, as the first telenovela to debut on a Sunday in Mexico. After a year of success, becoming a major hit in Mexico, especially among children, its final episode was on March 7, 2010, also a Sunday.

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Ana takes charge of the cafeteria at the neighborhood high school called el(the) CAMP and lives in the same establishment in which el(the) CAMP is located. There Patito comes to study and soon meets a group of new friends. She also makes enemies with a group of other girls. Her entrance to the high school brings before her a yet unknown reality: that of prejudices, qualms, and discrimination. To the leaders of the high school, headed by the frivolous Antonella, daughter of Bianca, Patito is an ugly duckling, and direct at her all their mockery and tricks. Here she meets her prince, Mateo.

Patito becomes the leader of Las Populares (The Populars), sensible young ladies who do not want to be "bimbos" like Las Divinas (The Divines) who only care about power and appearances. The fight gets serious when the high school decides to participate in an intercollegiate musical contest. The goal is to represent the school, but Las Populares and Las Divinas do not agree with each other. There is only one way: a competition that decides who will sing in public. Las Divinas think they have it in the bag, but Patito ruins their plans. Las Populares with the help of Patito who, despite her shyness to sing in public, with the help of Rodrigo succeed in winning the contest. Throughout the school year, Las Populares and Las Divinas wage a battle tinged with adventure, tricks, and adversities.

Six months after the before-mentioned, Ana has another baby (the son of Rodrigo) and Patito has changed her look thanks to her grandmother. She finds herself caught in an amorous discord on account of Giovanni, a newcomer to the community (but not a student at CAMP). Giovanni's arrival represents immediate competition to Mateo and all the other CAMP boys, yet he becomes Antonella's ally as she attempts to take Patito out of the Divinas' way. Meanwhile, Rodrigo wants to spend as much time as possible with his children and wife and great surprises await throughout the second chapter: a woman who will tell Bianca how to get a hold of Ana's body and get her out of her life; the return of Amaya's biological mother; Patito's quinceañera (a 15th birthday celebration, like a Sweet Sixteen); and the arrival of new loves, great friends and mortal enemies.

Patito comes to celebrate her 15th birthday, but Antonella wants to ruin her party. Antonella contrives a plot where she rigs a bucket, behind the scenes, that contains chicken gizzards. Antonella's father catches her and begs her to reconsider, warning her that if she chooses to go down this path it will have dire life consequences. Antonella reconsiders and has a change of heart without ceasing to divine.

Later, Mateo wants to dedicate a song to Patito, but Giovanni plans to do the same—he's stolen Mateo's song. Antonella, who knew Giovanni's plan, tells Mateo everything, and he knocks Giovanni out on stage, leaving him unconscious. Mateo finally sings the song with the K&B.

Patito and Mateo get together during the performance of the CAMP students where she asks him to be her boyfriend. Antonella asks Patito to forgive her for all the bad she's done. Patito tells her that she has nothing to forgive, that for her, they were always friends and they return to being so. Antonella becomes Johnny's girlfriend again. Finally, they show the viewer what their future was like and what they did, but they don't actually act it out. At the end of the final episode, is at Patito 15 party and she sings "Mundo de Caramelo" and that becomes The End.



Studio albums
  • Atrévete a soñar (2009)
  • Atrévete a soñar 2 (2009)
  • Atrévete a soñar 1.5 (2009)
  • Viviendo Atrévete a soñar (2009)
Live albums
  • Atrévete a soñar: El concierto (2010)


Year Category Nominee Result
Premios Oye![1]
2009 Best telenovela, movie or TV series musical theme Won
Lunas del Auditorio[2]
2009 Family Spectacle
Atrévete a soñar, el show
Kids' Choice Awards México[3]
2010 Favorite Male Character of TV Series Nominated
Favorite Villain Violeta Isfel Won
Favorite Female Character of TV Series Nominated
Danna Paola Nominated
Promise Award Won
Favorite Look Nominated
TVyNovelas Awards
2010 Best Female Antagonist Nominated
Best Young Lead Actress Won
Best Young Lead Actor Nominated
Best Co-star Actress Won
Best Female Revelation Won
Best Musical Theme Won
Premios Juventud[4]
2011 Chica que me quita el sueño Nominated


  1. ^ "Ganadores de los Premios Oye 2009" (in Spanish). 2009-11-25. Archived from the original on 2013-10-14. Retrieved 2013-09-28.
  2. ^ Esmas (2009-09-03). "'Atrévete a soñar' es nominado a 'Las lunas del Auditorio'" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2013-09-28.
  3. ^ Notimex (2010-09-04). "Conoce a los ganadores de los 'Kid's Choice Awards'" (in Spanish). Esmas. Retrieved 2013-09-28.
  4. ^ "Lista de nominados a Premios Juventud 2011" (in Spanish). 2011-05-16. Archived from the original on 2013-09-21. Retrieved 2013-09-28.

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