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La Otra
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byLiliana Abud
Written byOrlando Merino
Jaime García Estrada
Tere Medina
Directed byBenjamín Cann
Rodrigo Zaunbos
StarringJuan Soler
Yadhira Carrillo
Jacqueline Andere
Sergio Sendel
Opening theme"La otra" by Benny Ibarra and Edith Márquez
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes89
Production
Executive producerErnesto Alonso
ProducerLuis Miguel Barona
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Locations
CinematographyManuel Ángel Barajas
Víctor Soto
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41–44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseMay 20 (2002-05-20) –
September 20, 2002 (2002-09-20)

La otra (English: The Other Woman) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 2002.[1][2] It aired on Canal de las Estrellas from May 20 to September 20, 2002. The telenovela stars Juan Soler, Yadhira Carrillo, Jacqueline Andere and Sergio Sendel.

This telenovela was a moderate success in Mexico, airing at 8pm in the summer of 2002, right before the (usually) highest-rated hour of 9pm. Over time, however, it has grown in popularity amongst telenovela fans of all kinds, thus making it a cult classic of sorts. La otra was awarded the TVyNovelas Award for Best Telenovela in 2003.[3]

Plot

Carlota Guillén (Yadhira Carrillo) lives in Querétaro with her mother, Bernarda (Jacqueline Andere), and her older sister, Eugenia (Mercedes Molto).

Bernarda pretends to be a respectable lady, while, in fact, she used to be the lover of Leopoldo Guillén, a wealthy man from Guadalajara. Carlota is the latter's daughter and the half-sister of Román (Alejandro Ávila), who is Leopoldo's only legitimate son. When Román finds out that his father has divided his inheritance between him and the daughters of Bernanda, he plans revenge.

Carlota meets Álvaro Ibáñez (Juan Soler), a young doctor from Mexico City. Álvaro has a younger brother named Adrian (Sergio Sendel), who was adopted by his parents. In spite of the fact that their parents have always treated them both the same way, Adrián hates Álvaro.

Bernarda knows that when her daughters marry, she will have to hand over their share of the inheritance to them. Not wanting to lose control of the money, she always opposes any man approaching her daughters.

Nevertheless, Román manages to seduce Eugenia, leaving her pregnant. Eugenia dies due to complications from childbirth and, at the same time, Bernarda is led to believe that her grandchild was also born dead.

Upon hearing about the death of Bernarda's daughter, Álvaro thinks that the one who died was Carlota. Heartbroken, he leaves the city and goes to live with his parents in Morelos. There, Álvaro will meet Cordelia Portugal (Yadhira Carrillo), who is identical to Carlota. Taking advantage of it, Cordelia will take the place of The Other Woman.

Cast

Main

Recurring

  • Manuel Ojeda as Juan Pedro Portugal
  • Alejandro Ávila as Román Guillén Caballero
  • Eugenio Cobo as Father Agustín
  • Jorge Vargas as Delfino Arriaga
  • Julio Bracho as Lázaro Arriaga
  • Toño Mauri as Daniel Mendizábal
  • Rosa María Bianchi as Guadalupe "Lupita" Posada de Ibáñez
  • Azela Robinson as Mireya Ocampo Herrera
  • Maty Huitrón as Fabiana Morales Rivas
  • Mercedes Molto as Eugenia Guillén Sáenz
  • Josefina Echánove as Tomasa López
  • Alonso Echánove as Refugio "Cuco" Ríos
  • Luis Couturier as Justo Ibáñez
  • Sergio Sánchez as Saltiel Orozco
  • Sergio Ramos "El Comanche" as Joaquín Pardo
  • Verónica Jaspeado as Apolonia Portugal Sánchez
  • Lupita Lara as Matilde Sánchez de Portugal
  • Ignacio Guadalupe as Santos Mérida
  • Roberto Antúnez as Father Fermín
  • Elsa Cárdenas as Martha Caballero Viuda de Guillén
  • Virginia Gutiérrez as Esperanza
  • Fernando Robles as Fulgencio Ríos
  • Gastón Tuset as Salvador Almanza
  • Alfonso Iturralde as Narciso Bravo
  • Zoila Quiñones as Simona Díaz
  • María Prado as Martina Rubio
  • Virginia Gimeno as Hilaria Rivero
  • Isadora González as Paulina de Mendizábal
  • David Ramos as Father Conrado
  • Alberto Inzúa as Father Javier
  • Antonio de la Vega as Isaac Gómez
  • Carlos González as Benigno Mérida
  • Rosángela Balbó as Socorro
  • Lucy Tovar as Celina Chávez
  • Thelma Dorantes as Carmen
  • Shirley as Julieta Lugo de Guillén
  • Esther Guilmáin as Esther
  • Erika Blenher as Roberta
  • Carlos Speitzer as Librado Mérida Guillén
  • Natasha Dupeyrón as Natalia Ibáñez Portugal
  • Cosme Alberto as Braulio Portugal Rivero
  • Annie del Castillo as Karen Mendizábal
  • Constanza Mier as Aída

Guest stars

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2003 21st TVyNovelas Awards[3] Best Telenovela Ernesto Alonso Won
Best Actress Yadhira Carrillo Won
Best Actor Juan Soler Won
Best Antagonist Actress Jacqueline Andere Nominated
Best Antagonist Actor Sergio Sendel Nominated
Best Leading Actress Jacqueline Andere Won
Best Supporting Actress Azela Robinson Nominated
Best Male Revelation Julio Bracho Nominated
"Silvia Derbez" Award Yadhira Carrillo Won
Best Direction Benjamín Cann Won
El Heraldo de México Awards Best Telenovela Ernesto Alonso Won
Special Award for
Villain of the Year
Jacqueline Andere Won
Best Direction Benjamín Cann Won
Palmas de Oro Awards[4] Best Antagonist Actress Jacqueline Andere Won
INTE Awards[5] Production of the Year Ernesto Alonso Nominated
Actress of the Year Yadhira Carrillo Nominated
Actor of the Year Juan Soler Nominated
Supporting Actress of the Year Jacqueline Andere Nominated
Supporting Actor of the Year Sergio Sendel Nominated
Director of the Year Benjamín Cann Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Liliana Abud Nominated

References

  1. ^ "La Otra" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on 14 April 2003. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  2. ^ Hernández Cerda, Elizabeth (10 January 2002). "Da Ernesto Alonso el pizarrazo de La otra". archivo.eluniversal.com.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 8 May 2023.
  3. ^ a b Bringas, Laura (2 June 2003). "La noche de 'La Otra'". esmas.com (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 22 August 2003. Retrieved 8 May 2023.
  4. ^ Sandoval, Rodrigo (2 April 2023). "Reconocen periodistas talentos de la pantalla chica". archivo.eluniversal.com.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 8 May 2023.
  5. ^ esmas.com (7 April 2003). "¡Arrasa Televisa!" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 10 January 2010. Retrieved 16 July 2023.

External links

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