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Cielo Rojo
Cielo-rojo-poster-telenovela.JPG
Red Sky
Genre Romance, Black humor, Comedy-drama
Format Telenovela
Created by Eric Vonn
Developed by Azteca
Azteca Novelas:
Alberto Santini Lara
Elisa Salinas
Directed by Mauricio Meneses
Pablo Gomez-Saenz
David Robledo
Carlos Angel Guerra
Starring Edith González
Mauricio Islas
Regina Torné
Andrea Noli
Aura Cristina Geithner
Alejandra Lazcano
Theme music composer Juan Zaizar
Opening theme "Cielo Rojo" by Ana Gabriel
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 165 (Mexico)
171 (International)[1][2]
Production
Executive producer(s) Rafael Uriostegui
Producer(s) Gerardo Zurita
Ximena Cantuarias
Editor(s) Mónica Rodríguez Carrillo
Alejandra Espinoza
Fernando Rodríguez Carrillo
Location(s) Querétaro
Tubutama, Sonora
Mexico City
Paris
Guadalajara
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 41-63 minutes
Distributor Azteca Novelas
Broadcast
Original channel Azteca 13/Azteca America
Picture format HDTV, 1080i on Azteca 13 HD
SDTV, 480i on Azteca 13
Original airing Mexico & United States
23 May 2011 – 13 January 2012
Chronology
Preceded by Entre el Amor y el Deseo
Followed by La Mujer de Judas
External links
Cielo Rojo official website

Cielo Rojo (Under A Red Sky) is a Mexican soap opera by TV Azteca. It stars Edith González and Mauricio Islas as the leading protagonists, with Regina Torné as the main villain and Alejandra Lazcano as leading teen cast. Filming lasted from 4 April 2011 to 1 December 2011. It premiered on 23 May 2011 on Azteca 13, occupying Entre el Amor y el Deseo's slot.

Plot[edit]

Alma Durán and Andrés Renteria fell in love as teenagers. They are soulmates, but destiny has always found a way to keep them apart, at all costs, throughout the years. After separating, they find each other again as adults. Their lives have taken different paths, but they are determined to escape together. However, tragedy surrounds them and separates them once more.

When Alma and Andrés reunite again many years later all hell breaks through. Alma and Andrés' lives enter a labyrinth that seems to have no escape. Passion, ambition, intrigues, compromises, and lies continue to separate them while they walk under a Red Sky that will not allow them to unite and be happy.

Synopsis[edit]

Childhood sweethearts, Alma Durán and Andrés Renteria, have a passionate reuninon after being apart for many years. They decide to run away together, but Alma is framed by her mother-in-law, Loreto, for the accidental death of Alma's abusive, alcoholic husband, Victor. She is sentenced to 20 years in prison. In prison, Alma gives birth to her and Andrés's daughter, who Loreto steals. Loreto knows the baby, Daniela, cannot be her son's baby since his and Alma's marriage was never consummated due to his impotence.

Andrés never learns of these events. He marries his old girlfriend, Lucrecia, who is pregnant with what he believes to be his child. In reality, the baby is the product of a one-night-stand Lucrecia had. Alma spends the next 20 years in prison thinking Andrés didn't care to help her, meanwhile Andrés thinks she preferred to stay with her husband.

When Alma gets out of prison, she is determined to find her daughter. She is courted by Gonzalo Molina, a much older rich ranch owner, who has always liked her. He falls in love with her and asks her to marry him. Alma, after much thought, accepts his proposal. With him she has fun and feels secure. Andrés has had a gray life, though he loves his "son", Sebastian, his marriage has been a failure. He was never able to love his wife, for the memory of Alma has always haunted him.

Sebastian and Daniela have fallen in love without knowing they are supposedly brother and sister. Gonzalo introduces Alma to his family who are not happy with their union. Alma and Andrés are shocked to once again encounter each other. Andrés wants to be with her but Alma is only interested in Daniela. Daniela has been poisoned against Alma by Loreto and is reluctant to form a relationship. Alma tells Daniela that Loreto is not her grandmother. Gonzalo claims he is Daniela's father, which Alma goes along with.

Andrés continually pursues Alma until she finally realizes they are meant to be together. Daniela and Sebastian get married in secret. When Andrés informs Alma of their marriage, she is horrified and finally tells him that he is Daniela's father. Sebastian and Daniela are heartbroken when they are told they are siblings. Lucrecia decides not to reveal Sebastian's true paternity and use the situation to split Alma and Andrés up.

Gonzalo passes away and leaves Alma with everything. This ignites a war between Alma and the Molina family. After Sebastian and Daniela nearly die in a joint suicide attempt, Andrés and Alma's relationship falls apart and they split up. It is decided they must keep their children apart. Sebastian goes to Paris with his parents and best friend, César, while Daniela stays in Mexico. While apart, Andrés and Alma realize they made a mistake and reunite immediately after Andrés returns. However, things get more complicated when Daniela finds out she is having Sebastian's baby. It is decided that Andrés and Alma will rise the baby as their own, but when Sebastian finds out, those plans are scrapped.

It is soon revealed that Victor never died and that Loreto has been hiding him for the past twenty years. Victor comes to town going by the alais David Mansetti and claiming to be Victor's paternal cousin. While Andrés is recovering in the hospital after being pushed out of a window by Loreto, he and Alma finally get married. Alma is shocked when she comes face to face with Victor. It clear any happiness Alma has will be short-lived, as Victor and Loreto are ready to make her life hell once again.

Cast[edit]

Main Cast In Credit Order[edit]

Actor Character Known as
Edith González Alma Durán Andrés' longtime love, Daniela's mother
Mauricio Islas Andrés Rentería Alma's longtime love, Sebastian's supposed father, Daniela's biological father
Regina Torné Loreto Encinas Victor's adoptive mother, mother of Jesús, Daniela's supposed grandmother
Andrea Noli Lucrecia Robledo Andrés's wife, Mariana's best "friend", Sebastian's mother
Aura Cristina Geithner Mariana Robledo Ricardo's wife, Gaston and Patricia's mother, Lucrecia's best "friend"
Andrés Palacios Nathán Gárces Driver of "Anubis" bakery company, Rosa's uncle, brother of Dalila
Alejandra Lazcano Daniela Rentería Daughter of Alma and Andrés, raised as Victor's daughter, in love with Sebastian
Alberto Casanova Ricardo Molina Gonzalo's son, Lorena's and Melinda's brother, Mariana's husband, Gaston's and Patricia's father
Carmen Beato Natalia "Nata" Aguilar Alma's best friend, wife of Jesús
Daniel Martínez Marcos Ávila Andrés' friend and associate, Cesar's father, Carolina's husband
Héctor Parra Jesús Galván Loreto and Angel's son, Alma's stepbrother, Nata's husband, Calo's biological father
Jorge Luís Vásquez Alonso Nájera Prostitute, Ricardo's, Paty's and Mariana's boyfriend
Hernán Mendoza Bernardo Trejo / Román Andres' ex-employee, driver and right hand of Loreto, father of Rosa
Alan Ciangherotti Carlos "Calo" Aguirre Carolina's and Jesus' biological son, Loreto's grandson, Daniela's cousin, Rosita's friend
Fernando Lozano Salomón Ramos Aleida's schizophrenic brother, Verónica's uncle
Ramiro Huerta Víctor Encinas / David Mansetti Loreto's adoptive son, Alma's former husband Special Participation
Betty Monroe Sofía Márquez Aleida's cousin, Ricardo's ex-girlfriend
Simone Victoria Carolina Vidal Andrea and Calo's mother, Marcos' wife
Jorge Galván Fabián Gonzalo's friend
Lambda García Sebastián Rentería Son of Lucrecia and an unknown man, raised as Andrés' son, in love with Daniela
Andrea Escalona Patricia "Paty" Molina Ricardo and Mariana's daughter
Humberto Búa Gastón "Choncho" Molina Ricardo and Mariana's son
Gloria Stalina Rosa "Rosita" Trejo Bernardo's daughter, Daniela's best friend
Daniela Gamba Andrea Vidal Carolina's daughter
María José Magan Verónica Conde Aleida's daughter, has leukemia, schizophrenic
Patrick Fernández Cesar Ávila Marcos' son, best friend of Sebastián
Gabriela Vergara Aleida Ramos Verónica's mother, sister of Salomón, doctor, schizophrenic
Martín Soto Toto Imaginary manipulative voice which Aleida and Salo hear constantly, when not under medication
Luciano Zacharski Álvaro Robledo Son of David, Mariana's husband
Hugo Stiglitz Gonzalo Molina Ricardo's father, Mariana's father in law Special Participation
Sergio Klainer Ángel Durán Alma's father, Loreto's former boyfriend Special Participation

Special Guest Stars[edit]

Actor Character Known as
Sandra Itzel Alma Durán As a teenager
Alonso Espeleta Andrés Rentería As a teenager
Jorge Levy Padre Servando Favorite priest of Loreto and Alma
Roxana Saucedo Leticia Best friend of Carolina and her business partner
Giovani Florido Ismael Gomár Harasses and blackmails Rosa
Ramón Medina Orellana Silverio Andres' jail mate and protector
Flavio Peniche Hitman of Gomár family

Crew[edit]

Original Story, Screenplay Eric Vonn
Literary Editor Julio César Najera
Cinematography Felipe López
Lighting Marlene Rodríguez
Javier Gutiérrez
Utility Marco Antonio Morales
Director of Artistic Talent María Luisa Anzaldua
Art Director Marisa Pecanins
Wardrobe Martha Betancourt
Make-up and Hairstyles Alejandra Rodríguez
Juan Carlos Medina
Casting Oswaldo González
Floor Manager Miri Barrios
Gabriela Fuentes
Production Manager Martín Garza
Planning Marcela Rodríguez
Production Chief Laura Bautista Zenil
Original Music Eduardo Olivares
Sebastián Zunino
Ernesto Anaya
Ricardo Martín Jauregui
Edition and Post-Production Mónica Rodríguez
Alejandra Espinoza
Fernando Rodríguez
Original Music Effects Heriberto Sánchez
Opening Sequence Director Kiko Guerrero
Photography Director Neto García
Alfonzo Pérez
Camera Director David Robledo
Scene Direction Mauricio Meneses
Pablo Gómez-Sáenz
Administrative producer Gerardo Zurita
General producer Ximena Cantuarias
General Production Consultant Elisa Salinas
General Director of Azteca Novelas Alberto Santini Lara
Executive Producer Rafael Urióstegui[3]
A production of Azteca

Mexico broadcast[edit]

  • Release dates, episode name & length, and ratings based on Azteca Trece's broadcast.
Air Date Number Rating Duration
23 May 2011 001 11.5 62 minutes
24 May 2011 002 10.3 52 minutes
25 May 2011 003 11.1 52 minutes
26 May 2011 004 11.8 45 minutes
27 May 2011 005 12.3 48 minutes
30 May 2011 006 9.6 43 minutes
31 May 2011 007 11.4 47 minutes
1 June 2011 008 10.2 46 minutes
2 June 2011 009 10.6 49 minutes
3 June 2011 010 10.5 45 minutes
6 June 2011 011 10.8 45 minutes
7 June 2011 012 10.9 50 minutes
8 June 2011 013 11.3 49 minutes
9 June 2011 014 9.7 48 minutes
10 June 2011 015 10.5 49 minutes
13 June 2011 016 11.2 46 minutes
14 June 2011 017 N/A 45 minutes
15 June 2011 018 10.7 53 minutes
16 June 2011 019 10.8 50 minutes
17 June 2011 020 10.5 43 minutes
20 June 2011 021 10.7 44 minutes
21 June 2011 022 11.9 48 minutes
22 June 2011 023 10.4 48 minutes
23 June 2011 024 11.4 52 minutes
24 June 2011 025 11.0 54 minutes
27 June 2011 026 11.5 49 minutes
28 June 2011 027 12.0 52 minutes
29 June 2011 028 11.4 52 minutes
30 June 2011 029 12.9 51 minutes
1 July 2011 030 11.7 51 minutes
4 July 2011 031 11.2 47 minutes
5 July 2011 032 11.8 51 minutes
6 July 2011 033 N/A 48 minutes
7 July 2011 034 N/A 49 minutes
8 July 2011 035 10.9 52 minutes
11 July 2011 036 10.9 51 minutes
12 July 2011 037 11.8 51 minutes
13 July 2011 038 11.4 49 minutes
14 July 2011 039 10.9 49 minutes
15 July 2011 040 11.1 48 minutes
18 July 2011 041 11.2 48 minutes
19 July 2011 042 11.9 49 minutes
20 July 2011 043 11.0 48 minutes
21 July 2011 044 11.2 48 minutes
22 July 2011 045 10.9 48 minutes
25 July 2011 046 11.0 49 minutes
26 July 2011 047 11.1 48 minutes
27 July 2011 048 11.3 49 minutes
28 July 2011 049 10.7 49 minutes
29 July 2011 050 11.9 48 minutes
1 August 2011 051 11.2 48 minutes
2 August 2011 052 11.6 47 minutes
3 August 2011 053 N/A 49 minutes
4 August 2011 054 10.8 49 minutes
5 August 2011 055 11.2 49 minutes
8 August 2011 056 11.9 49 minutes
9 August 2011 057 10.7 48 minutes
10 August 2011 058 N/A 48 minutes
11 August 2011 059 N/A 48 minutes
12 August 2011 060 11.2 48 minutes
15 August 2011 061 11.6 49 minutes
16 August 2011 062 10.7 48 minutes
17 August 2011 063 11.0 49 minutes
18 August 2011 064 N/A 49 minutes
19 August 2011 065 N/A 48 minutes
22 August 2011 066 11.9 47 minutes
23 August 2011 067 12.0 49 minutes
24 August 2011 068 N/A 48 minutes
25 August 2011 069 11.5 49 minutes
26 August 2011 070 11.5 47 minutes
29 August 2011 071 11.8 48 minutes
30 August 2011 072 11.9 46 minutes
31 August 2011 073 N/A 47 minutes
1 September 2011 074 12.3 46 minutes
2 September 2011 075 12.3 47 minutes
5 September 2011 076 11.4 48 minutes
6 September 2011 077 11.5 47 minutes
7 September 2011 078 11.5 47 minutes
8 September 2011 079 N/A 46 minutes
9 September 2011 080 N/A 47 minutes
12 September 2011 081 11.4 47 minutes
13 September 2011 082 11.3 45 minutes
14 September 2011 083 N/A 47 minutes
15 September 2011 084 10.0 48 minutes
16 September 2011 085 10.7 45 minutes
19 September 2011 086 11.5 47 minutes
20 September 2011 087 11.9 44 minutes
21 September 2011 088 11.3 47 minutes
22 September 2011 089 N/A 46 minutes
23 September 2011 090 11.6 44 minutes
26 September 2011 091 N/A 46 minutes
27 September 2011 092 N/A 46 minutes
28 September 2011 093 11.5 45 minutes
29 September 2011 094 10.8 46 minutes
30 September 2011 095 N/A 47 minutes
3 October 2011 096 N/A 45 minutes
4 October 2011 097 N/A 47 minutes
5 October 2011 098 N/A 47 minutes
6 October 2011 099 N/A 48 minutes
7 October 2011 100 11.3 47 minutes
10 October 2011 101 10.6 44 minutes
11 October 2011 102 10.2 46 minutes
12 October 2011 103 11.1 46 minutes
13 October 2011 104 10.6 44 minutes
14 October 2011 105 10.8 44 minutes
17 October 2011 106 10.9 45 minutes
18 October 2011 107 11.0 46 minutes
19 October 2011 108 10.5 46 minutes
20 October 2011 109 10.7 43 minutes
21 October 2011 110 10.7 44 minutes
24 October 2011 111 11.0 44 minutes
25 October 2011 112 11.4 43 minutes
26 October 2011 113 10.9 43 minutes
27 October 2011 114 10.4 43 minutes
28 October 2011 115 11.7 42 minutes
31 October 2011 116 10.8 42 minutes
1 November 2011 117 N/A 42 minutes
2 November 2011 118 N/A 41 minutes
3 November 2011 119 N/A 41 minutes
4 November 2011 120 12.1 44 minutes
7 November 2011 121 N/A 40 minutes
8 November 2011 122 12.4 40 minutes
9 November 2011 123 10.7 41 minutes
10 November 2011 124 10.4 40 minutes
11 November 2011 125 9.8 41 minutes
14 November 2011 126 10.9 40 minutes
15 November 2011 127 10.0 40 minutes
16 November 2011 128 10.7 40 minutes
17 November 2011 129 10.7 41 minutes
18 November 2011 130 N/A 42 minutes
21 November 2011 131 11.2 40 minutes
22 November 2011 132 11.4 40 minutes
23 November 2011 133 N/A 40 minutes
24 November 2011 134 N/A 40 minutes
25 November 2011 135 11.7 41 minutes
28 November 2011 136 11.7 42 minutes
29 November 2011 137 N/A 42 minutes
30 November 2011 138 N/A 39 minutes
1 December 2011 139 N/A 41 minutes
2 December 2011 140 11.6 42 minutes
5 December 2011 141 N/A 39 minutes
6 December 2011 142 N/A 42 minutes
7 December 2011 143 11.2 42 minutes
8 December 2011 144 N/A 42 minutes
9 December 2011 145 10.5 42 minutes
12 December 2011 146 9.5 42 minutes
13 December 2011 147 10.7 43 minutes
14 December 2011 148 10.4 42 minutes
15 December 2011 149 N/A 42 minutes
16 December 2011 150 11.1 43 minutes
19 December 2011 151 10.3 42 minutes
20 December 2011 152 10.4 41 minutes
21 December 2011 153 10.1 42 minutes
22 December 2011 154 N/A 41 minutes
23 December 2011 155 N/A 42 minutes
2 January 2012 156 N/A 42 minutes
3 January 2012 157 N/A 42 minutes
4 January 2012 158 10.2 42 minutes
5 January 2012 159 9.4 44 minutes
6 January 2012 160 N/A 46 minutes
9 January 2012 161 N/A 47 minutes
10 January 2012 162 12.1 46 minutes
11 January 2012 163 12.4 47 minutes
12 January 2012 164 11.9 47 minutes
13 January 2012 165 14.5 50 minutes

Cielo Rojo[edit]

  • Performed by Ana Gabriel
  • Written by Juan & David Zaizar
  • Editor: FHAM

Copyright Azteca Musica 2011

Production[edit]

  • The novela originally had to be remake of "Las Dos Dianas", but writer Eric Vonn refused to adapt the novel and offered to Azteca to write a completely new story on his own, he got the green light so this telenovela is a completely new story which has nothing to do with "Las Dos Dianas".
  • Opening sequence was directed by Kiko Guerrero and Carlos Somonte.
  • González was originally chosen to lead this telenovela, but Azteca Novelas' director wanted González and Gabriela Spanic to switch roles, where González had to take the lead role in Emperatriz and Spanic in Cielo Rojo. After portraying Emperatriz in an unofficial pilot, finally, she got this role back.
  • Christian Meier, José Ángel Llamas, and Bernie Paz were who the producers were interested in for the role of male lead. Llamas refused to work in this telenovela because he has been working with Uriostegui in his recent two novelas. Bernie Paz joins Emperatriz with Spanic. Meier and González allegedly had had problems when they worked together in Doña Barbara.
  • Mauricio Islas, who was actually paired with González in Emperatriz due to the success of La Loba, is eventually cast as the male lead in this telenovela.
  • Regina Torne, Andrea Noli, Andrea Escalona, Alberto Casanova, Jorge Galván, Simone Victoria, Betty Monroe and Alejandra Lazcano had participated in TV Azteca's Como En El Cine in 2001.
  • Regina Torne, Ramiro Huerta, Jorge Luis Vazquez and Mauricio Islas are reunited since La Loba in 2010.
  • This is the first telenovela for Hugo Stiglitz throughout his career as an actor. Don Gonzalo's character was intended for only 20 episodes but the producer decided to extend his participation in this telenovela due to public reaction on his character.
  • This is the third time for both Mauricio Islas and Regina Torne work in Eric Vonn's telenovela. The first two starring Islas were Amores and Pecados Ajenos, while for Torne were El amor no es como lo pintan and La Chacala.
  • This is the fifth telenovela where producer Rafael Uriostegui and director Mauricio Meneses work together. Other telenovela includes Marina, El Juramento, Mujer Comprada and Prófugas del Destino.
  • Besides from Cielo Rojo, Julio Cesar Najera, the script editor, is also working on Huérfanas at the same time.
  • Andrea Noli, Mauricio Islas, Lambda Garcia, Patrick Fernandez and Daniel Martinez traveled to Paris, which is the birthplace of Noli, to shoot some scenes.
  • In the 76th episode aired on 6 September, a flashforward showing scenes of Alma (González), Aleida (Vergara) and Sofia (Monroe) is aired, although both Vergara and Monroe's characters have not been officially appeared. The scene was recently shot since Vergara only joined Cielo Rojo in late August. Monroe's official appearance was in the following episode, and Vergara in the next two episodes later. A "cortinilla" of Gabriela Vergara has been shown since the first week of September.
  • "In the memory of Eduardo Olivares" was shown in the beginning of episode 80, which dated 9 September 2011. He was the co-author of original music score.
  • From 26 to 30 December, Azteca aired special resume of the whole novela.

Finale[edit]

  • Novela originally has 170 episodes with a finale on 20 January, but suddenly Azteca decided to reedit last episodes to terminate with 165 episodes in order to start upcoming La Mujer de Judas on 16 January with this evading the same day premiere with Televisa's upcoming novela.
  • The telenovela is sold worldwide with original 171 episodes.[1][2]
  • Azteca rejected original final by Eric Vonn and asked for a typical finale, the novela terminates with typical finale but the crew filmed the original final too, so it is due to air other day or posted for viewers on Azteca website.
  • There are 3 different finales, one typical that aired officially on Azteca, and other two that aired the next week after the novela completed.

Deceased characters[edit]

  • Eulalia - Calo's adoptive mother, after heart attack while arguing with his adoptive son, dies in hospital alone days later - Episode 036
  • Ángel Durán - Shot in head by Loreto, buried by Bernardo - Episode 049
  • Ángel's maid - Smashed head by Bernardo while robbing Ángel's house, dies instantly - Episode 051
  • Gonzalo Molina - Shot by Loreto in throat, left paralitic and mute, dies some days later in Álma's house because of respiratory problem - Episode 061
  • Carolina Vidal - While arguing with his biological son Calo, falls from stairs and brakes neck, dies instantly - Episode 067
  • Ismael Gomár - Bernardo shots him with his father Dario, because of harassing Rosa and buries him in vast land - Episode 070
  • Dario Gomár - Bernardo shots him with his son Ismael, because of harassing Rosa and buries him vast land - Episode 070
  • Gabriel Robledo - After car accident together with his son Álvaro, dies instantly - Episode 121
  • Álvaro Robledo - After car accident together with his father Gabriel, dies in hospital in front of Mariana - Episode 121
  • Posada - Loreto hires his grandson Calo and his friends, they kill Posada crashing him by car - Episode 134
  • Doctor - Stabbed in car by Aleida, after she being manipulated by her imaginary voice Toto - Episode 134
  • Sofía Márquez - While Sofía trying to stab Mariana is hit by Lucrecia on head in defense of Mariana and dies instantly - Episode 140
  • Martina - Loreto ordered to kill her and the guards of prison strangle her and hang on rope like it was a suicide - Episode 144
  • Ángel - Psychiatric hospital orderly strangled by Salomon in order to escape - Episode 155
  • Salomón Ramos - Burns himself in order to suicide, and succeeds - Episode 157
  • Bernardo Trejo - Shot in back and dies while trying to escape from 2 hitmans - Episode 160
  • Lucrecia Robledo - After long struggle with cancer she finally gave up and dies in pain - Episode 163
  • Nathán Garces - two hitmen hired by Loreto shoot him and kill - Episode 164
  • Víctor Encinas - Falls from building and dies when Andres refuses to grab and save him - Episode 165
  • Hitman 1 - Shot in chest and killed by Sebastian's and Daniela's personal guard - Episode 165
  • Hitman 2 - Shot in head and killed by Sebastian's and Daniela's personal guard - Episode 165

International Broadcast[edit]

Country Alternate title/Translation TV network(s) Series premiere Series finale Weekly schedule Timeslot
 Dominican Republic Cielo Rojo Antena Latina 28 July 2011 April, 2012 Monday to Friday 22:00
 Romania Sub Cerul în Flacari Acasa TV 12 September 2011 20 May 2012 Monday to Friday 18:30
 Venezuela Cielo Rojo Televen 5 October 2011 April, 2012 Monday to Saturday 13:00
 Spain Cielo Rojo La 1 12 January 2012 June, 2012 Monday to Friday 17:10
 Honduras Cielo Rojo Canal 11 24 January 2012 18 June 2013 Monday to Friday 20:00
 Croatia Vatreno Nebo RTL Televizija 26 January 2012 27 July 2012 Monday to Friday / 2 episodes daily 11:30
 Georgia მეწამული ცა Imedi TV 23 April 2012 31 December 2012 Monday to Saturday 17:55
 Panama Cielo Rojo Telemetro 24 April 2013 present Monday to Friday -
 Colombia Cielo Rojo Citytv 7 October 2013 present Monday to Friday -
 Perú Cielo Rojo ATV 14 October 2013 present Monday to Friday -

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Los Rey y La otra cara del alma lo más destacado de Azteca para Natpe" (in Spanish). Produ. 21 December 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Exhibitor Directory Listing – Azteca". NATPE. Retrieved 22 September 2013. 
  3. ^ "Cielo Rojo – Crew". Comarex. Retrieved 22 September 2013. 

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