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Teresa (2010 TV series)

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GenreTelenovela Drama
Created byXimena Suárez
Based onTeresa (1959 TV series) by Mimí Bechelani
Developed byXimena Suárez
Written byJulián Aguilar
Screenplay byVanesa Varela
Story byMimí Bechelani
Directed by
Theme music composerMarcela de la Garza, Baltazar Hinajosa, Gloria Trevi
Opening theme"Esa hembra es mala" by Gloria Trevi
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes152
Executive producerJosé Alberto Castro
ProducersErnesto Hernández, Fausto Sáinz
Production locationsVan Dick 73, Nonoalco, Benito Juárez, Ciudad de México
CinematographyLuis Monroy, Óscar Morales
EditorsHéctor Flores, Juan Ordóñez
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseAugust 2, 2010 (2010-08-02) –
February 27, 2011 (2011-02-27)

Teresa is a Mexican telenovela produced by José Alberto Castro for Televisa.[1] It is a remake of the Mexican telenovela of the same name produced in 1959.[2]

Angelique Boyer, Sebastian Rulli and Aarón Díaz starred as the main protagonists,[3][4] while Cynthia Klitbo and Ana Brenda Contreras starred as the co-protagonists.[5][6] Manuel Landeta, Margarita Magaña and Felicia Mercado played the main antagonists.


Teresa, a beautiful but impoverished woman, blames a lack of money for her sister's death. She aims to escape poverty using her looks while expecting her lover Mariano, a striving doctor, to fulfill her dreams.

While studying on a scholarship, Teresa meets Paulo, a wealthy student. She leaves Mariano for Paulo, aiming to escape poverty. She dates him throughout high school, and then she urges marriage, but he leaves upon learning about her lack of funds. He offers a kept relationship, which she declines. Paulo's mother, Genoveva, strongly objects.

Aida, jealous and enamored with Paulo, publicly shames Teresa. Vowing strength, Teresa befriends teacher Arturo, who supports her law education. "Entre ser y no ser, yo soy" ("Between being or not being, I am") becomes her motto. She plans revenge on Aida and Paulo. Teresa befriends Arturo, aiming to make him love her. Jealous of her friend Aurora's love for Mariano, she reconciles with him. Arturo's sister, Luisa warms up to Teresa's kindness.

Arturo unintentionally falls for Teresa. Luisa urges his confession. Teresa dates Mariano, then gets engaged, but leaves him for Arturo due to impatience. Mariano, devastated, finds comfort in Aida after Paulo's death due to drug overdose. Mariano's pleas fail. Arturo and Teresa's trip to Cancun reveals her true self. They marry despite Arturo's jealousy of Mariano. Arturo's affair with ex-fiancée Paloma, Teresa's past infidelity, and Paloma's death strains their marriage. Teresa contemplates divorce until Arturo surprises her with a belated European honeymoon. Over time, despite thoughts of Mariano, Teresa falls in love with Arturo.

Time passes, and Arturo learns of Teresa's prior intimacy with Mariano before their wedding and her motive for marrying for money. Arturo faces a financial crisis, testing their marriage by moving to Teresa's old neighborhood. She pursues Fernando for status, discovered by Mariano who tells Luisa. Luisa breaks off with Mariano, learns she is pregnant by Fernando, and Armando dies in disappointment. Teresa loves Arturo, wanting his recovery. Arturo is loved by Lucia, evoking Teresa's jealousy.

As the plot unfolds, Teresa successfully lures Fernando, persuading him to leave Luisa and share his fortune. During a wedding interview, she disowns her family, revealing her background. Juana and Refugio, heartbroken, see her true nature. Teresa justifies her actions as an interview strategy. Friends and family criticize her for choosing money over love. She abandons Fernando, pursues Arturo's forgiveness, and cares for him after a car accident. Arturo heals, but rejects her. Teresa donates Fernando's money to Paloma's child foundation after his refusal. Refugio and Juana deny forgiveness. Alone, Teresa reflects, hugging a teddy bear from Arturo. Afterwords, Arturo arrives to embrace and kiss her.

First Alternative Ending: ↵There is an alternative ending that was broadcast during the popular Mexican show Hoy. This ending featured a heartbroken Teresa, finally realizing and accepting that she is now alone and none of her loved ones want anything to do with her, leaving Arturo's house to begin a new life. Six months later, she is working at a company as an assistant, where she is approached by her new boss, asking her to meet him at his office. As she makes her way, Teresa unbuttons her blouse before breaking the fourth wall by smiling seductively to the camera and saying her famous phrase, implying that she is back to her old manipulative ways.

Second Alternative Ending: ↵In this ending, Teresa goes back to her house realizing that no one loves her, goes to her room, and hugs the bear that Arturo gave her as a gift. Fernando suddenly appears and sees Teresa crying. Angry because Teresa ruined his life, he draws a gun and shoots her. She lies on the ground holding her bear and dies.



Angelique Boyer
(Teresa Chavez)
Cynthia Klitbo
(Juana Godoy)
Aarón Díaz
(Mariano Sánchez)
Sebastián Rulli
(Arturo de la Barrera)
Silvia Mariscal
(Refugio Aguirre de Chávez)
Ana Brenda Contreras
(Aurora Alcázar)
Margarita Magaña
(Aída Cáceres)
Fernanda Castillo
(Luisa de la Barrera)

Also main


  • Hugo Aceves as Rodolfo Méndez "Fito"
  • Jessica Segura as Rosa "Rosita" Chávez Aguirre
  • Rodrigo René as Pablo "Pablito" Medina
  • Monserrat de León as Griselda
  • Saúl Flores as Saúl
  • Felipe Nájera as Hugo
  • Elena Torres as Magda
  • Eduardo Carvajal as Darío
  • María Dolores Oliva as Gema
  • Juan Diego Covarrubias as Julio
  • Alejandra Adame as Florencia Dueñas y Vélez
  • María Pía as Ivonne
  • Roberto Romano as Raúl
  • Heidi Balvanera as Sasha
  • Hortensia Gramajo as Reina
  • Sofía Castro as Sofía
  • Iván Lomelí as Campesino
  • Elsa Cárdenas as Director of the Paloma foundation

Guest stars

  • Toño Infante as Fausto[f]
  1. ^ a b c d Crediting from episode 47.
  2. ^ a b c d Crediting from episode 99.
  3. ^ Crediting from episode 100.
  4. ^ Cauduro is credited from episode 100 to 119.
  5. ^ Contreras is credited from episode 134.
  6. ^ Infante is credited from episode 134 to 137.

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated Result
2011 TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela of the Year José Alberto Castro Nominated
Best Lead Actress Angelique Boyer Won
Best Lead Actor Sebastián Rulli Nominated
Best Female Antagonist Margarita Magaña Nominated
Best Male Antagonist Manuel Landeta Nominated
Best Co-star Actress Ana Brenda Contreras Nominated
Best Musical Theme "Esa Hembra es Mala" - Gloria Trevi Nominated
Best Telenovela José Alberto Castro Nominated
Best Actress Angelique Boyer Nominated
Best Actor Sebastián Rulli Nominated
Aarón Díaz Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Juan Diego Covarrubias Nominated
Revelation the Year Alejandro Nones Nominated
Couple of the Year Sebastián Rulli and Angelique Boyer Nominated
Aarón Díaz and Angelique Boyer Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards México Favorite Actress Angelique Boyer Nominated
Favorite Actor Aarón Díaz Nominated
Favorite Villain Angelique Boyer Nominated
Favorite Phrase "Me Das Miedo, Teresa!" - Silvia Mariscal Won
2012 Premios ACE Best Actress Angelique Boyer Won
Best Actor Sebastián Rulli Won
Best Director Mónica Miguel Won
2020 1th TLN Awards Spoiled Soap Opera José Alberto Castro Nominated
Best Actress Angelique Boyer Nominated[7]


The series originally aired from August 2, 2010 to February 27, 2011 in Mexico on Canal de las Estrellas. The series aired in United States on Univision from March 30, 2011 until October 3, 2011.[8]


Timeslot (ET/PT) No. of
Premiered Ended
Date Premiere
Date Finale
Monday to Friday 6:00PM 151 August 2, 2010 February 27, 2011 33.0[9][10]


  1. ^ Rigbi, Eleanor. "Novela 'Teresa' promete ter sucesso nas tardes do SBT, com uma personagem fora do convencional". (in Portuguese). Retrieved 22 September 2015.
  2. ^ Godoy, Mauro. "Lo que pocos sabían de la telenovela Teresa". (in Spanish). Retrieved 22 September 2015.
  3. ^ "Sebastián Rulli y Angelique Boyer: De la ficción a la realidad". (in Spanish). 23 September 2014. Retrieved 22 September 2015.
  4. ^ "Aarón Díaz será el galán de "Teresa"". People en Español (in Spanish). Retrieved 22 September 2015.
  5. ^ "Cynthia Klitbo no será villana en 'Teresa'". (in Spanish). Retrieved 22 September 2015.
  6. ^ Ixchel Cisneros Soltero (4 March 2011). "Ana Brenda: no le envidia nada a 'Teresa´". (in Spanish). Retrieved 22 September 2015.
  7. ^ Las Estrellas.TV (Premios TLN No Te Pierdas este Tributo a la Nostalgia por Canal Tlnovelas)}
  8. ^ "Teresa llega a Univisión". People en Español. Retrieved 9 October 2015.
  9. ^ "Final de Teresa ganó en rating al Oscar 2011 en México". Retrieved 9 October 2015.
  10. ^ "Teresa le ganó al Oscar en niveles de audiencia". People en Español. Retrieved 9 October 2015.

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