Crossed Loves

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Crossed Loves was the working title of an English-language telenovela planned for the American television network MyNetworkTV during the 2007-2008 season. Twentieth Television was developing this limited-run serial. It was based on the 2006 TV Azteca/Caracol series Amores Cruzados, which is also known as Crossing Hearts.[1]

This prince-and-the-pauper story[2] was about four attractive young people who discover intrigue and romance after chance encounters with one another. It focused on twisted love triangles and stolen steamy subterfuge surrounding two magnetic men who swap identities. One is a spoiled hotel heir and the other is handsome, but impoverished. They trade places so the rich one can escape his father, who wants his son to give up his carefree life and get a real job.

Sparks fly when a gorgeous woman falls for the privileged heir, even though he is already engaged. Meanwhile, her seductive, gold-digging sister fancies the poor man, thinking he is a big spender. They all live borrowed lives while fighting to find real love, as each character hides secrets and lies.

Originally, MyNetworkTV planned to run the serial for 65 hour-long episodes, airing weekday evenings, with a recap on Saturday nights. It was to be filmed at Stu Segall Productions in San Diego. The network's March 1, 2007 announcement that it stopped developing scripted content spelled an end for both the series and the network's slate of telenovelas.[3]

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  • TV Azteca official Amores Cruzados site. (Spanish)