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Niña amada mía (TV series)

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Niña amada mía
Based onLas amazonas
by César Miguel Rondón
Written byJuan Carlos Alcalá
Screenplay byGabriela Ortigoza
Directed byAlfredo Gurrola
Creative directorJuan José Urbini
Music byJorge Avendaño
Opening theme"Niña amada mía" by Alejandro Fernández
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes109
Executive producerAngelli Nesma Medina
ProducerIgnacio Alarcón
CinematographyGilberto Macín
  • Alfredo Juárez
  • Daniel Rentería
  • Octavio López
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production companyTelevisa
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseJanuary 27 (2003-01-27) –
June 27, 2003 (2003-06-27)

Niña amada mía (English: My Lovely Girl) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Angelli Nesma Medina for Televisa in 2003.[1] It is an adaptation of the 1985 Venezuelan telenovela Las amazonas.[2]

On Monday, January 27, 2003, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Niña amada mía weekdays at 8:00pm, replacing Así son ellas.[3] The last episode was broadcast on Friday, June 27, 2003, with Velo de novia replacing it on Monday, June 30, 2003.

The series stars Karyme Lozano, Sergio Goyri, Mayrín Villanueva, Otto Sirgo, Ludwika Paleta and Julio Mannino.

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Clemente Soriano (Eric del Castillo) is a wealthy, tough and dominant landowner, who was widowed when his three daughters were little. Paz (Isaura Espinoza), the housekeeper, has been like a second mother to Isabela (Karyme Lozano), Diana (Mayrín Villanueva) and Carolina (Ludwika Paleta).

Isabela Soriano is a beautiful young woman, proud and indomitable, but at the same time generous and with noble feelings. She studied administration and is in charge of the business of her father, Clemente. She looks askance at Karina (Mercedes Molto), her father's new young wife, because she is sure that she married him for his money.

Isabela breaks off her engagement to César (Juan Pablo Gamboa), who is favored by Clemente, because she has fallen in love with Víctor (Sergio Goyri), the handsome veterinarian who cares for the family's show jumping horses. However, from the beginning, this passionate love will be marked by intrigue, both on the part of Karina, who obsessively desires Víctor, and on the part of César, who is not willing to give up the Soriano fortune.

Diana, Clemente's second daughter, joins the prestigious architectural firm of Octavio Uriarte (Otto Sirgo), without knowing that this man, whom she respects and admires, and his mother, Socorro (Emilia Carranza), are the worst enemies of her father, since they are convinced that Clemente murdered Servando Uriarte, Octavio's brother, to take over his fortune and his wife.

When Clemente finds out that his daughter works for Octavio, he demands that she resign, but she refuses, arguing that it is a great professional opportunity for her, although deep down she knows that the real reason is that she has fallen in love with Octavio and is reciprocated. But this will turn out to be a love full of setbacks and obstacles, not only due to the enmity of their families but also due to the age difference.

Carolina is a free spirit who does not believe in ties, until Pablo (Julio Mannino), Paz's son and now the person in charge of the care and maintenance of the horses on the family ranch, awakens an intense and passionate love in her. But Clemente opposes this relationship with alarming fury and Carolina's newfound happiness collapses when Pablo walks away from her without explanation.



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Guest stars

  • Rafael Amador as Agent Gustavo Pérez
  • Isaac Castro as José "Pepe" Mejía
  • Roberto D'Amico as Juan Hurtado
  • Rafael del Villar as Pedro Landeta
  • Jorge de Silva as Ringo
  • José Antonio Ferral as Pedro
  • Óscar Ferreti as Horacio Rivero
  • Florencia Ferret as Gladys
  • Cecilia Gabriela as Consuelo Mendiola de Izaguirre
  • Citalli Galindo as Dr. Susana Iturbide
  • Janina Hidalgo as Ángeles
  • Norma Lazareno as Judith Vda. de Rincón del Valle
  • Lucía Leyba as Beatriz "Betty"
  • Raúl Magaña as Danilo Duarte
  • Bibelot Mansur as Sofía "Chofi"
  • Rubén Morales as Lieutenant Manuel Arroyo
  • Víctor Noriega as Servando Uriarte
  • Arlette Pacheco as Zulema Contreras
  • Yuliana Peniche as Luz Arrieta
  • Giovan Ramos as Édgar Toledo
  • Fernando Robles as Robles
  • María Fernanda Rodríguez as Ximena Izaguirre Mendiola
  • Jorge Pascual Rubio as Lieutenant Luis Ochoa
  • Myrrah Saavedra as Gloria de Arrieta
  • Sergio Sánchez as Agent Héctor Ibarra
  • Marisol Santacruz as Isabela de Uriarte / de Soriano
  • Ramiro Torres as Ignacio "Nacho" Fábregas Moreno
  • Marijose Valverde as Pilar "Pili" Izaguirre Mendiola
  • Ricardo Vera as Arizmendi
  • Fidel Zerda as Santos
  • Víctor Luis Zúñiga as Juan "Juanito"

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2003 21st TVyNovelas Awards[4] Best Telenovela Angelli Nesma Medina Nominated
Best Actress Karyme Lozano Nominated
Best Actor Sergio Goyri Nominated
Best Antagonist Actress Mercedes Molto Nominated
Best Antagonist Actor Juan Pablo Gamboa Nominated
Best Leading Actor Eric del Castillo Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Eugenia Cauduro Won
Best Supporting Actor Otto Sirgo Nominated
Best Female Revelation Mayrin Villanueva Won
Best Male Revelation Jan Nominated
Palmas de Oro Awards[5] Best Telenovela Angelli Nesma Medina Won
Best Musical Theme "Niña amada mía"
by Alejandro Fernández


  1. ^ "Niña amada mía" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on April 14, 2003. Retrieved May 23, 2016.
  2. ^ "Presentan a su 'Niña Amada'". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). 23 January 2003. Retrieved 1 May 2023.
  3. ^ Bernal, Mario (27 January 2003). ""Niña amada mía" tendrá estreno de alta definición". El Universal (in Spanish). Retrieved 1 May 2023.
  4. ^ Bringas, Laura (2 June 2003). "La noche de 'La Otra'". (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 22 August 2003. Retrieved 8 May 2023.
  5. ^ Sandoval, Rodrigo (2 April 2023). "Reconocen periodistas talentos de la pantalla chica". (in Spanish). Retrieved 8 May 2023.

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