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Pasión (TV series)

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Historical fiction
Created byMaría Zarattini
Written byGuenia Argomedo
Pilar Pedroza
Directed byKarina Dupréz
Mónica Miguel
StarringSusana González
Fernando Colunga
Daniela Castro
Sebastián Rulli
Juan Ferrara
Theme music composerJorge Avendaño
Opening themePasión performed by Sarah Brightman and Fernando Lima
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes95 (41-44 minutes)
Executive producerCarla Estrada
ProducersGuillermo Gutiérrez
Arturo Lorca
CinematographyCarlos Sánchez Ross
Alejandro Frutos
EditorsJuan Franco
Luis Horacio Valdés
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
(episodes 1-70, 86-90)
21-22 minutes
(episodes 71-85, 91-115)
Production companyTelevisa
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseSeptember 17, 2007 (2007-09-17) –
February 22, 2008 (2008-02-22)

Pasión (English title: Passion) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carla Estrada for Televisa in 2007.[1][2] It is the fourth historical fiction telenovela produced by Carla Estrada after Alondra, Amor real and Alborada.

It's located in a colonial Mexico of 1740 where the love of "El Antillano" and Camila, a pirate and a poor girl who is bought by an old millionaire.

Susana González, Fernando Colunga and Sebastián Rulli starred as protagonists, while Daniela Castro, José Elías Moreno, Juan Ferrara and Maite Embil starred as antagonists.[3]


Production of Pasión began on April 23, 2007.[4] On Monday, September 17, 2007, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcast it at 9:00 p.m., replacing Destilando Amor.[3]

On Monday, September 17, 2007, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Pasión weekdays at 9:00pm, replacing Destilando Amor. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, February 22, 2008 with Fuego en la sangre[5][6] replacing it the following day.

On Tuesday, December 4, 2007, Univision started broadcasting Pasión weeknights at 9pm/8c, replacing Destilando Amor. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, April 25, 2008 with Fuego en la sangre replacing it Monday, April 28, 2008.


Camila, the daughter of Don Justo Darién is celebrating her engagement to Santiago, the normal blacksmith when all of a sudden Don Jorge Mancera y Ruiz arrives. He has decided to have his “Droit du seigneur” with Camila. After Santiago is hurt, Camila agrees to go with him. Later, in Don Jorge's bedroom, the man drinks himself into a stupor and falls asleep without having touched her. Camila manages to escape and makes her way back to the village, only to find that nobody believes that she remains a virgin.

A few days later, the village is attacked by vicious pirates. Some of the villagers are led back to the ship to be sold as slaves in the Caribbean. Among them is Camila. She had been by Santiago's side while he remained in a coma due to his injury and everyone believed that he was about to die. She had run away to escape her grief and had been knocked unconscious and taken. On the way to the pirate's ship she is raped by the men who had taken her away. The captain of the pirate ship, known as "El Antillano" the handsome man, finds her attractive and in a brief moment of weakness, feels moved to protect her from her cruel fate, but that moment quickly passes. Camila is eventually sold to a bitter old man named Don Timoteo De Salamanca, whose plan is to leave his hated family in ruins by marrying his slave Camilla Darien and naming her his sole heir. His daughter Lisabeta, who was left blind due to an illness she suffered as a child, and his spinster sister Doña Francisca despise Camila. Lisabeta maintains a friendly relationship with her outcast cousin who was at first the fortune's heir before his father died and he was framed by a murder he did not commit. While on the run he was taken prisoner by a pirate and made to join their crew.

Not long after, Don Timoteo passes away and Camila finds herself free and in possession of a vast fortune. The hatred for Camila by Lisabeta and Doña Francisca grows since Don Timoteo had promised to leave his whole fortune to Lisabeta. Don Timoteo had also stated in his will that Camila could not give any part of her fortune away because then her freedom could be revoked and she could be made a slave again. With no other choice she plans to leave but before she does she secretly leaves a chestful of coins for Lisabeta and Francisca. She returns to her home, where she learns that everyone, including Santiago, believed her dead, and now he is married to her sister Rita. A short time later, Don Timoteo's nephew, Ricardo, turns up unexpectedly with Lisabeta and Doña Francisca so that they can argue that Camila was not Don Timoteo's legitimate wife since their marriage was never consummated and that the fortune must go back to Lisabeta. He is none other than "El Antillano". The handsome pirate once again feels the need to protect her. Camila knows that he has come to recover his family's money, yet against her better judgment, she falls in love with him, and he with her. Meanwhile, Santiago's old feelings for Camila are rekindled, and a fierce rivalry springs up between him and Ricardo.

Santiago professes his love to Camila, but her heart is torn in two as she knows she can no longer have him. Ricardo, a fugitive of the law and proud, indomitable rogue, has awakened her soul to a love that grows stronger with each passing day, and, for the first time, her body is stirred with the flames of burning passion.

Among the protagonists' family and friends are a number of supporting characters that bring more drama and love to the story. Among them is Ines, Santiago's naive little sister who submits to a night of passion with Camila's womanizing older brother Vasco and results in them being married by their families. While Ines is thrilled about having Vasco as her husband, he remains the same as he always has been and continues to chase after other women, among them is Ursula who is Don Jorge Mancera y Ruiz's only daughter. Ines, though, continues to believe that Vasco will one day love her just as much as she has loved him her whole life.

Another couple that the story focuses on is Ascanio and Manuela who, due to being in different social ranks, suffer continually because they cannot be together. Ascanio used to be a slave and was freed when Camila inherited her husband's fortune and decided to buy his freedom along with fellow slaves Jimena and Claudio. Manuela is the meek and physically abused only child of Don Alberto Lafont who constantly ridicules and beats her. Manuela falls in love with Ascanio and he with her but they are forced to meet and talk in secret since Manuela is a high born lady and her secret meetings with an ex-slave would damage her reputation and her father would most likely kill both of them.

Mario and Jimena are the two sarcastic best friends of main couple Camila and Ricardo. Mario has been by Ricardo's side as a pirate for many years and maintains a deep loyalty to him. While he is amused that Ricardo has fallen in love, he supports him however he can and strikes up a friendship with Jimena, who is Camila's best friend. Jimena has had a very difficult life prior to being sold as a slave but that has not let her bring her down. The two are often teasing their respective friends all the time but are also quick to defend them and come to their aid whenever they are needed. While their friends go through many obstacles, they are forced into the same situations time and time again until their innocent flirtations begin to form into something more.

The whole story is set in the time of pretty young ladies in full skirts and proud gentlemen with a sword within arm's reach. The characters are thrown into remarkable situations where true love and passion conquers all.



Also main

Special participation

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2007 Premios Califa de Oro[7] Best Telenovela of the Year Carla Estrada Won
Best Performance of the Year José Elías Moreno
Mariana Karr
William Levy
Sebastián Rulli
Susana González
Rocío Banquells
2008 26th TVyNovelas Awards[8]
Best Telenovela of the Year Carla Estrada Nominated
Best Actress Susana González
Best Actor Fernando Colunga
Best Antagonist Actress Daniela Castro
Best Antagonist Actor José Elías Moreno
Best Co-star Actress Marisol del Olmo Won[9]
Best Co-lead Actor Sebastián Rulli Nominated
Best Leading Actress Isela Vega
Best Leading Actor Germán Robles Won[9]
Best Original Story or Adaptation María Zarattini Nominated
Best Direction Mónica Miguel
Best Direction of the Camaras Alejandro Frutos
Premios Sol de Oro[10] Best Telenovela Pasión Won
Premios Bravo[11] Male Revelation William Levy
Male Generic Stellar Performance José Elias Moreno
2009 Premios ACE[12] Best Telenovela Carla Estrada
Best Co-lead Male José Elias Moreno
Best Characteristic Actor Hugo Macías Macotela
Best Direction Mónica Miguel


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  2. ^ "Passion". Retrieved August 1, 2016.
  3. ^ a b "Telenovela Pasión inicia y presentó su elenco oficial". Retrieved September 13, 2007.
  4. ^ ""Pasión" la nueva telenovela de Carla Estrada". Archived from the original on May 16, 2007. Retrieved April 3, 2007.
  5. ^ ""Fuego en la sangre" le quitará media hora a "Pasión"". Retrieved January 15, 2008.
  6. ^ "fuego en la sangre sustituye a pasion 9 de la noche". Archived from the original on May 11, 2017. Retrieved August 21, 2016.
  7. ^ "Las Noticias México ("Califa de Oro" 2007 para la novela Pasión)". Archived from the original on 2017-10-27. Retrieved 2017-06-12.
  8. ^ "Nominaciones a los premios TVyNovelas 2008". Archived from the original on November 26, 2017. Retrieved April 8, 2008.
  9. ^ a b "Ganadores de los TV y Novelas". laprensa. Retrieved April 28, 2008.
  10. ^ "Informador (Reconocen lo más destacado del mundo artístico en Premios Sol de Oro)". Archived from the original on 2016-04-22. Retrieved 2017-06-12.
  11. ^ Hora cero (Arrasa “Destilando amor” en los Premios Bravo con cinco preseas)
  12. ^ (January 15, 2009). "ACE premia "Los girasoles ciegos" y "Maldeamores"". New York Daily News. Retrieved April 6, 2013.

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