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Soy tu dueña
Created byInés Rodena
Developed byGabriel Alvarez
Written byKary Fajer
Directed bySalvador Garcini
Fernando Colunga
Gabriela Spanic
Sergio Goyri
Jacqueline Andere
Ana Martin
Eduardo Capetillo
Theme music composerJoan Sebastian[1]
Opening theme"Golondrinas viajeras" performed by Lucero and Joan Sebastian[1]
Ending theme"Dueña de tu Amor" performed by Lucero
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes146
Executive producerNicandro Díaz González
ProducerJ. Antonio Arvizu
CinematographyAlejandro Frutos
Gabriel Vázquez Bulman
EditorsSusana Valencia
Mauricio Coronel
Running time41-44 minutes (Episodes 1-135)
21-22 minutes (Episodes 136-146)
Production companyTelevisa
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture format480i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original releaseApril 19 (2010-04-19) –
November 7, 2010 (2010-11-07)[2][3]
Preceded byCorazón salvaje
Followed byTriunfo del amor
Related showsLa Dueña(1995)

Soy tu dueña (English: A Woman of Steel)[4] is a Mexican telenovela produced by Nicandro Díaz González for Televisa. It is a remake of the telenovela La Dueña, produced in 1995.[5] It stars Lucero and Fernando Colunga as the protagonists with Eduardo Capetillo as the co-protagonist, while Gabriela Spanic, David Zepeda, Sergio Goyri, and Jacqueline Andere stars as the antagonists. This was the second collaboration on-screen between Colunga and Spanic, since 1998's La Usurpadora

Univision introduced Soy tu dueña in the United States because Corazón salvaje, broadcast weeknights at 9pm/8c, was the least watched telenovela during prime time.[6] It was broadcast from June 1 to December 27, 2010, becoming the most watched telenovela during the 9pm time slot.[7][8][9] The last episode was broadcast on December 27, 2010 with Triunfo del amor replacing it on January 3, 2011.


Valentina Villalba Rangel (Lucero) is a successful businesswoman and the heiress of a great fortune that her parents left to her upon their untimely death during Valentina’s childhood. Valentina has been raised by her aunt, Isabel Rangel (Silvia Pinal). She lives in a beautiful mansion in Mexico City with her aunt, her cousin, Ivana Dorantes Rangel (Gabriela Spanic), and her faithful nanny since her birth, Benita Garrido (Ana Martín). Valentina is a generous woman who shares her fortune and home with her aunt and cousin. But Ivana, Isabel’s only child, is consumed with envy and jealousy toward Valentina and believes she deserves everything her cousin has.

Valentina is in love with and engaged to marry Alonso Peñalvert (David Zepeda). Unbeknownst to Valentina, Ivana and Alonso are having a secret affair and are conspiring to rob Valentina of all she possesses. At the same time, Alonso is unaware that Ivana has an additional lover, Oscar Ampudia (Claudio Baez), who is married. Just prior to Valentina’s wedding day, Ivana runs over Oscar with his car and kills him.

Alonso stands Valentina up at the altar of the church on their wedding day but does not escape with Ivana as they had planned. Instead he flees Mexico and the loan sharks to whom he is deeply indebted. Devastated over Alonso’s betrayal, and unaware of Ivana and Alonso’s secret relationship and also of Ivana’s affair with Oscar Ampudia, Valentina changes from a young sweet, fair, and sensible woman into a cold, authoritarian, and despotic woman, full of bitterness. She swears never to fall in love again and decides to isolate herself at her family’s hacienda, “Los Cascabeles”, where she intends to live while managing the hacienda. At “Los Cascabeles” and the neighboring community she becomes known to all as “La Vibora", Spanish for viper or snake, due to her implacable and cold-hearted personality.

There she meets her neighbor, José Miguel Montesinos (Fernando Colunga), an attractive, intelligent, sensitive man who immediately falls in love with her beauty and strong personality. With his father and mother, Federico (Eric del Castillo) and Leonor Montesinos (Jacqueline Andere), José Miguel has relocated from Mexico City to his family’s rundown and neglected hacienda due to his father’s poor health. Despite the poor financial state in which his family finds itself, and against his mother’s wishes, José Miguel is determined to make the hacienda profitable as it was during his youth and a haven for his sick father.

Valentina’s aunt, cousin, and nanny decide to join Valentina at “Los Cascabeles”. Thus begins a story of lies, deceptions, duplicity, and treachery in which José Miguel must fight for Valentina and for her love against not only Ivana (who has fallen in love with José Miguel) but also against the wishes of his own mother and Valentina’s ranch foreman, Rosendo Gavilán (Sergio Goyri) (who has fallen in love with Valentina). Additionally, José Miguel must fight Alonso Peñalvert who has returned and comes to “Los Cascabeles” to convince Valentina of his love and to win her back.



Also main

Special participation

  • Claudio Báez as Óscar Ampúdia
  • Emoé de la Parra as Narda de Ampúdia
  • Gerardo Albarrán as Nerón Almoguera
  • Martha Julia as Dama de honor
  • Marisol Santacruz as Cecilia Rangel de Villalba
  • Guillermo Capetillo as Rogelio Villalba
  • Raúl Padilla "Chóforo" as Father Ventura
  • Alejandro Ruiz as Nazario Melgarejo
  • Juan Carlos Serrán as Librado Manzanares
  • Aurora Clavel as Doña Angustias
  • Pilar Montenegro as Arcelia Olivares[10]
  • Eduardo Rodríguez as Dr. Esteban Noguera

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Nominated Result
2011 29th TVyNovelas Awards[11]
Best Telenovela of the Year Nicandro Díaz González Nominated[11]
Best Actress Lucero Nominated[11]
Best Actor Fernando Colunga Won[12]
Best Antagonist Actress Jacqueline Andere Nominated[11]
Best Antagonist Actor Sergio Goyri Nominated[11]
Best Leading Actress Silvia Pinal Nominated[11]
Best Leading Actor Eric del Castillo Nominated[11]
Best Co-lead Actor David Zepeda Nominated[11]
Best Female Revelation Fátima Torre Won[12]
Best Male Revelation Paul Stanley Won[12]


  1. ^ a b "Golondrinas Viajeras de Joan Sebastian y Lucero". Retrieved April 6, 2010.
  2. ^ "Gran final de Soy tu dueña". Retrieved November 5, 2015.
  3. ^ "Terminan grabaciones de la exitosa telenovela "Soy tu dueña"". Retrieved August 9, 2016.
  4. ^ "A Woman of Steel". televisainternacional. Retrieved November 16, 2015.
  5. ^ ""Soy tu dueña" producida por Nicandro Díaz". Retrieved March 11, 2010.
  6. ^ "Corazon Salvaje cambia de horario por falta de rating y queda Soy tu dueña". Retrieved April 28, 2010.
  7. ^ "Univision's Hit "Soy Tu Dueña" (Woman of Steel) is Top Primetime Novela in U.S. Television History". Retrieved December 28, 2010.
  8. ^ "Lucero es la 'Dueña' del rating en la televisión de EU". Retrieved July 13, 2010.
  9. ^ "'Soy tu duena's' success reflects growing Hispanic aud". Retrieved December 14, 2010.
  10. ^ "Pilar Montenegro regresa con "Soy tu dueña"". Retrieved June 17, 2010.
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h "'Soy tu dueña' encabezan nominaciones a premios TVyNovelas". Retrieved February 22, 2011.
  12. ^ a b c "Ganadores de los Premios TvyNovelas 2011". Retrieved March 7, 2011.

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