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Mujeres asesinas (Argentine TV series)

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Mujeres Asesinas
GenreDrama
Based onThe book Mujeres asesinas
Written byMarisa Grinstein
Liliana Escliar
Walter Slavich
Marcelo Slavich
Marcos Carnevale
Daniel Romañach
Carlos Perrotti
Alejandro Alem
Directed byDaniel Barone
Jorge Nisco
Alberto Lecchi
Sebastián Pivotto
Marcos Carnevale
Martín Desalvo
Alejandro Ibáñez
Country of originArgentina
Original languageSpanish
No. of seasons4
No. of episodes78
Production
ProducerPol-Ka
Release
Original networkEl Trece
Original release19 July 2005 (2005-07-19) –
25 March 2008 (2008-03-25)

Mujeres Asesinas (English: Killer Women) is an Argentine drama and suspense thriller TV series, based on trilogy of books of the same name by Marisa Grinstein, produced by Pol-ka Producciones and broadcast from 19 July 2005 to 25 March 2008 on the Argentine TV channel Canal 13.

Canal 13 rebroadcast those rated as "Best Episodes" at 23:00 from 4 January 2010.

Plot

Mujeres Asesinas depicts the homicides committed by women in Argentina discussed in the trilogy of books of the same name by Marisa Grinstein. It has been the recipient of many awards, including the Golden Martin Fierro Award, the highest award granted by the Association of Journalists of Television and Radio Argentina, or APTRA.

Episodes

First season

01 Eugenia Tobal Marta Odera, monja (Marta Odera, nun).
02 Juana Viale Ana D., mujer corrosiva (Ana D., corrosive woman).
03 Dolores Fonzi Claudia Sobrero, cuchillera (Claudia Sobrero, cutler).
04 Julieta Díaz Ana María Gómez Tejerina, asesina obstinada (Ana María Gómez Tejerina, obstinate killer).
05 Cristina Banegas Emilia Basil, cocinera (Emilia Basil, cook).
06 Cecilia Roth Clara, la fantasiosa (Clara, the fantasist).
07 Betiana Blum Ana María Soba, heredera impaciente (Ana María Soba, impatient heiress).
08 Mercedes Morán Graciela Hammer, incendiaria (Graciela Hammer, incendiary).
09 Araceli González Margarita Herlein, probadora de hombres (Margarita Herlein, man tester).
10 Ana María Picchio Stella O., huérfana emocional (Stella O., emotional orphan).
11 Valeria Bertuccelli Marta Bogado, madre (Marta Bogado, mother).
12 Cristina Banegas Margarita, la maldita (Margarita, the wicked).
13 Andrea Bonelli y María Abadi Laura E., encubridora (Laura E., concealer).
14 Julia Calvo, Edda Bustamante, Claudia Fontán y Alejandro Urpadilleta Brujas incautas y falsa mujer (Incautious witches and false woman).
15 Paola Krum Lisa, la soñadora (Lisa, the dreamer).
16 Romina Gaetani Norah, amiga (Norah, friend).
17 Carola Reyna Sandra, la gestora (Sandra, the managing).
18 Cecilia Roth Cándida, esposa improvisada (Cándida, improvised wife).
19 Bárbara Lombardo Patricia, vengadora (Patricia, avenger).
20 Leonor Manso Ofelia, enamorada (Ofelia, in love).
21 Romina Ricci Carmen, hija (Carmen, daughter).
22 María Leal Cristina, rebelde (Cristina, rebel).

Second season

01 Nacha Guevara Yiya Murano, envenenadora (Yiya Murano, poisoner).
02 Celeste Cid Lucía, memoriosa (Lucía, mindful).
03 María Leal, Emilia Mazer y Gloria Carrá Hermanas de sangre (Blood sisters).
04 Araceli González Irma, la de los peces (Irma, the one of the fishes).
05 Andrea Pietra Javiera, ingenua (Javiera, naive).
06 Cristina Banegas Leonor, madrastra (Leonor, stepmother).
07 Nancy Dupláa Laura, abandonada (Laura, abandoned).
08 Leticia Brédice Susana, dueña de casa (Susana, woman in charge).
09 Romina Gaetani Laura, madre amante (Laura, loving mother).
10 Cristina Banegas Elvira, madre abnegada (Elvira, selfless mother).
11 Vera Fogwill Gloria, despiadada (Gloria, merciless).
12 Julieta Díaz Felisa, desesperada (Felisa, desperate).
13 María Valenzuela Isabel, enfermera (Isabel, nurse).
14 María Socas Ana, sometida (Ana, submitted).
15 Leonor Manso Ema, costurera (Ema, seamstress).
16 Romina Ricci Cecilia, hermana (Cecilia, sister).
17 Emilia Mazer María, creyente (María, believer).
18 Bárbara Lombardo Mercedes, virgen (Mercedes, virgin).
19 Romina Ricci Andrea, bailantera (Andrea, suburb dancer).
20 Andrea Pietra Carmen, honrada (Carmen, honored).
21 María Valenzuela Blanca, operaria (Blanca, operative).
22 Leonor Manso Elena, protectora (Elena, protective).
23 Celeste Cid Ramona, justiciera (Ramona, righteous).
24 Bárbara Lombardo Sandra, confundida (Sandra, confused).
25 Leticia Brédice Eliana, cuñada (Eliana, sister-in-law).
26 Manuela Pal Soledad, cautiva (Soledad, captive).
27 Andrea Pietra Olga, encargada (Olga, responsible).
28 Agustina Cherri Sofía, nena de papá (Sofía, daddy's girl).
29 Malena Solda Mónica, acorralada (Mónica, cornered)
30 Ana María Orozco Mara, alucinada (Mara, hallucinatory).
31 Eleonora Wexler Rosa, soltera (Rosa, single).
32 Laura Novoa Nélida, tóxica (Nélida, toxic).
33 Emilia Mazer Silvia, celosa (Silvia, jealous).
34 Virginia Innocenti Próspera, arrepentida (Próspera, sorry).
35 Leonor Manso Pilar, esposa (Pilar, wife).
36 Jazmín Stuart Paula, bailarina (Paula, dancer).
37 Andrea Bonelli Leticia, codiciosa (Leticia, greedy).

Third season

01 Gabriela Toscano Rita, burlada (Rita, mocked).
02 Cristina Banegas Milagros, pastora (Milagros, pastor).
03 Romina Gaetani Nora, ultrajada (Nora, outraged).
04 Araceli González Blanca, perdida (Blanca, lost).
05 Andrea del Boca Sonia, desalmada (Sonia, heartless).
06 Laura Novoa Claudia, herida (Claudia, wounded).
07 Leticia Brédice Perla, anfitriona (Perla, hostess).

Fourth season

01 Romina Ricci Dolores, poseída (Dolores, possessed).
02 Ana María Picchio Thelma, impaciente (Thelma, impatient).
03 Juana Viale Marta, manipuladora (Marta, manipulator).
04 Dolores Fonzi Marcela, lastimada (Marcela, hurt).
05 Belén Blanco Azucena, vengadora (Azucena, avenger).
06 Rita Cortese Alicia, deudora (Alicia, debtor).
07 Mirta Busnelli Juana, instigadora (Juana, instigator).
08 Julieta Ortega Marga, víctima (Marga, victim).
09 Carola Reyna Nina, desconfiada (Nina, distrustful).
10 María Abadi Carolina, humillada (Carolina, humiliated).
11 María Onetto Noemí, desquiciada (Noemí, deranged).
12 Valentina Bassi Lorena, maternal (Lorena, motherly).

Cast

The following is a list of actresses who have made the role of killer in the series:

Martín Fierro Awards

  • Martín Fierro Awards
  • Best Unit/ Miniseries 2005 - Winner
  • Best Unit / Miniseries 2006 - Nominated
  • Best Unit / Miniseries 2007 - Nominated
  • Best actress of Unit / Miniseries 2005 - (Inés Estévez) Winner
  • Best actress of Unit / Miniseries 2006 - (Cristina Banegas) Winner
  • Best actress of Unit / Miniseries 2007 - (Cristina Banegas) Winner

See also

References

External links

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