Amor Mío

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Amor Mío
Format comedy
Opening theme "Amor Mio" - Grupo Play (Mexico)
"Celosa" - Donald (Argentina)
Country of origin Argentina
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 150 (México)
160 (Argentina)
Executive producer(s) Roberto Gómez Fernández (Mexico)
Cris Morena (Argentina)
Producer(s) Giselle González Salgado
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 30 minutes
Original channel Canal de las Estrellas, Telefe
Picture format NTSC
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original run August 14, 2006 - March 16, 2007 (México) – March 9, 2005 - December 6, 2005 (Argentina)
Preceded by La Fea Más Bella (México)
Alma Pirata (Argentina)
Followed by Yo amo a Juan Querendón(México)
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Amor Mío ("My Love") is a Spanish language comedy telecomedy, produced in Argentina by Telefe and for Mexico by Televisa. This romantic comedy features Abril Juárez and Marcos Sinclair, two singles who are forced to share an apartment in Buenos Aires even though they cannot stand each other. The show is also known as Loony Love[1] and My Sweet Love.

Two versions of this show were shot at the Telefe studios in Buenos Aires. The first, which aired in Argentina, stars Romina Yan and Damián de Santo. The second, aimed at a Mexican audience, stars Vanessa Guzmán and Raúl Araiza.

Telemundo first aired the Mexican version (first season) in the US from October 25, 2006 until February 9, 2007, then announced that the unaired episodes will air in the future.[2]

Amor Mío is the first Televisa program ever aired on Telemundo. While Televisa has an exclusive deal with Univision until 2017, Telefe kept the distribution rights for the US and Puerto Rico, then sold the show to Telemundo.[3] As with most of its other soap operas, Telemundo broadcast this program during its prime-time run with English subtitles as closed captions on CC3.


Argentinian cast[edit]

Actor Role
Romina Yan Abril
Damián De Santo Marcos
María Valenzuela Maggie
Arturo Bonín Andres
Jorgelina Aruzzi Vera
Pasta Dioguardi Felipe
Gastón Ricaud Santiago
María Eugenia Suárez Violeta
Ernesto Claudio Donado
Mariela Castro Balboa Betty
Chela Carcalda Sara
Rita Terranova Inés

Mexican cast[edit]

Second season[edit]

Telemundo scheduled the serial to return on March 5, 2007, but postponed it until August 6, 2007 at 10 pm (ET/PT) weeknights. It moved to 4 pm on October 8 and aired through November 5.

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