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Rafaela (TV series)

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Rafaela
Rafaela telenovela SJ.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byDelia Fiallo
Written byKatia R. Estrada
Enna Márquez
Directed byVictor Manuel Fouilloux
Xavier Romero
StarringScarlet Ortiz
Jorge Poza
Diana Bracho
Rogelio Guerra
Chantal Andere
Opening themeMi niña bonita performed by Chino & Nacho
Ending themePobre Corazón performed by Chino & Nacho
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes120 [1]
Production
Executive producerNathalie Lartilleux
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Locations
Faldas de Popocateptl, Mexico
Puebla, Mexico
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Jalisco, Mexico
San Cristóbal de las Casas, Mexico
Chiapas, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time42-45 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture format480i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Audio formatDolby Digital 5.1
Original releaseJanuary 31 (2011-01-31) –
July 15, 2011 (2011-07-15)
Chronology
Preceded byPara volver a amar
Followed byEsperanza del corazón
Related showsRafaela (1977)
Alejandra (1994)

Rafaela is a Spanish-language Mexican telenovela produced by Nathalie Lartilleux for Televisa in 2011. It is based on the Venezuelan telenovela of the same name produced in 1977.[2]

Scarlet Ortiz and Jorge Poza starred as protagonists, while Diana Bracho, Chantal Andere, Arleth Terán, Arturo Carmona, Jan, Jorge Alberto Bolaños and Michelle Ramaglia starred as antagonists. Rogelio Guerra and Patricia Reyes Spíndola starred as stellar performances.

History

Canal de las Estrellas originally broadcast Rafaela at 5pm MDT from 31 January to 11 March 2011.[3][4] From 14 March to 15 July 2011, it was moved to 4PM MDT.[5][6] From 20 June to 5 August 2011, Univision transmitted Rafaela weekdays at 1pm central for 2 hours,[7] replacing Niña de mi Corazón. From 8 August 2011 to 14 October 2011, one episode was shown weekdays at 1pm central.

Cast

Main

  • Scarlet Ortiz as Rafaela Martínez/Rafaela de la Vega Martínez - Rafael and Caridad's daughter, Morelia's stepdaughter, sister of Alicia, Rosalba, Luli, Belen, Chucho and Goyito, Arely's friend, ex-wife of Angel, in love with Jose Maria
  • Jorge Poza as José María Báez - Mireya's husband, Ileana's ex-boyfriend, in love with Rafaela

Also main

  • Diana Bracho as Morelia Echaverria de de La Vega - Alicia's mother and Rafaela's stepmother, Rafael's wife, Rene's aunt, killed by Mireya by throwing her off the second floor
  • Chantal Andere as Mireya Vival de Báez - Jose Maria's wife, Morelia's friend and accomplice, killed Morelia and Victor Acuna, ends up insane
  • Rogelio Guerra as Dr. Rafael de la Vega - Rafaela and Alicia's father, Morelia's husband, in love with Caridad
  • Patricia Reyes Spíndola as Caridad Martinez, sister in law of Morelia and mother of Rafaela, Rosalba, Belen, Luli, Chucho, and Goyito, Braulio's partner, Rafael's love interest
  • Tiare Scanda as Rosalba Martinez - Caridad's daughter, sister of Rafaela, Belen, Luli, Goyito, and Chucho, in love with Carlos Luis
  • Manuel "El Loco" Valdés as Braulio

Recurring

  • Arleth Terán as Ileana Contreras - Jose Maria's ex-girlfriend, Alfredo's ex-wife, Mireya's accomplice
  • Rubén Zamora as Ángel Grajales - Rafaela's dedicated ex-husband
  • Arturo Carmona as Victor Acuña - Footballer, Mireya's accomplice, obsessed with Rafaela, killed by Mireya
  • Sheyla as Amanda - Nurse at the San Rafael Hospital, Rafaela's friend
  • Ilean Almaguer as Alicia de la Vega Echaverria - Rafaela's sister, daughter of Morelia and Rafael, in love with Chucho
  • Juan Carlos Flores as Chucho Martinez - Brother of Rafaela, Rosabla, Belen, Luli and Goyito, Caridad's son, in love with Alicia
  • Arlette Pacheco as Amelia
  • Isadora González as Elizabeth Jacome
  • Jan as René Echevarría - Morelia's nephew, ends up in jail
  • Manuela Ímaz as Arely Herrera - Rafaela's friend, Carlos Luis's wife
  • Juan Ángel Esparza as Carlos Luis Fernandez - Arely's husband
  • Eduardo Rivera as Alfredo Contreras - Ileana's ex-husband
  • Nicolás Menaas Raul Herrera
  • Katherine Kellerman as Delia
  • Silvia Ramírez as Camila Rojas
  • Isabel Martínez "La Tarabilla" as Rosario
  • Michelle Ramaglia as Felipa
  • Rosángela Balbó a Sara
  • Theo Tapia as Ernesto
  • Jorge Alberto Bolaños as Porfirio - Bar owner, in love with Rosalba
  • Mario Sauret as Cosme
  • Evelyn Cedeño as Belén Martínez - Caridad's daughter, sister of Rafaela, Rosalba, Luli, Chucho and Goyito
  • arai Meza as Luli Martínez - Caridad's daughter, sister of Rafaela, Rosabla, Belen, Chucho and Goyito
  • Emanuel Chikoto as Goyito Martínez' - Caridad's son, brother of Rafaela, Rosabla, Belen, Chucho and Luli
  • Sergio Jurado as Bruno
  • Yulyenette Anaya as Romana
  • Lourdes Canale as Doña Rocío
  • Silvia Suárez as Suzette
  • Oscar Ferreti as Canito
  • Hugo Macías Macotela as Lino
  • Geraldine Galván as Lupita
  • Fernanda Ruiz as Refugio
  • Arturo Laphan as Enrique
  • Harding Junior as El Negro
  • Mayahuel del Monte as Ninón
  • Antonio Zamudio as Cienfuegos
  • Oswaldo Zarate as El Flaco
  • Marina Marín as Flor
  • Maricruz Nájera as Constanza
  • Ana Isabel Corral as Genoveva
  • Rafael del Villar as Fernando
  • Aurora Clavel as Refugio
  • Sofía Tejeda as Isabel
  • Javier Ruán as Chamula
  • Benjamín Rivero as Fabián
  • María Sandoval as Berta
  • Nicolás Mena as Raúl
  • Roberto Romano as Roger

Awards

TVyNovelas Awards

Year Category Nominee Result
2012 Best Female Antagonist Chantal Andere Nominated[8][9]
Best First Actor Rogelio Guerra
Best First Actress Patricia Reyes Spíndola

International Broadcasters of Rafaela

North & South America, Caribbean
Europe, Africa, Oceania

References

External links

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