Cuidado con el ángel
|Cuidado con el ángel|
|Created by||Delia Fiallo|
|Written by||Carlos Romero|
|Directed by||Víctor Manuel Fouilloux
Ana Patricia Rojo
Evita Muñoz "Chachita"
|Theme music composer||Mauricio Arriaga
Jorge Eduardo Murguía
|Opening theme||"Solo Tú" by Gaby|
|Country of origin||Mexico|
|No. of episodes||195 |
|Executive producer(s)||Nathalie Lartilleux|
|Editor(s)||Alfredo Frutos Maza
|Cinematography||Jesus Acuna Lee
|Camera setup||Multicamera setup|
|Running time||38-42 minutes|
|Original channel||Canal de las Estrellas|
|Audio format||Stereophonic sound|
|Original release||June 9, 2008– March 6, 2009|
|Preceded by||Al diablo con los guapos|
|Followed by||Atrévete a soñar|
Cuidado Con El Ángel ("Don't Mess With An Angel") is a Mexican telenovela distributed by Televisa starring Maite Perroni and William Levy. It was a production of Nathalie Lartilleux. Cuidado Con El Ángel premiered on June 9, 2008, and finished its broadcast March 6, 2009. It had millions of viewers worldwide, and broke records in America. Each episode garnered nearly 5 million viewers daily.
Maite Perroni and William Levy star as the protagonists. Ana Patricia Rojo, Arturo Carmona, Rocío Banquells, Laura Zapata, Nailea Norvind, and Michelle Vieth star as the antagonists. Helena Rojo, Ricardo Blume, and Evita Muñoz "Chachita" are the first actors.
From September 22, 2008-July 6, 2009 Univision broadcast Cuidado con el Angel weeknights at 8pm/7c. From October 22, 2012-July 19, 2013 Univision broadcast reruns of Cuidado con el Angel weekday afternoons at 2pm/1c replacing reruns of Sortilegio.
María de Jesus, better known as Marichuy, is humble young girl living with Candelaria, a laundress who gave her a home when she was wandering on the streets. Candelaria is like a mother to Marichuy because she never met her biological mother as she was left in an orphanage when she was a baby. The abandonment has led her to believe her mother never loved her. Marichuy's biological mother, Cecilia Velarde, entrusted her baby to a priest, named Father Anselmo, who took the baby to an orphanage, after she thought she was dying. Now, she regrets making that decision and has spent most of her life searching for her lost child.
Marichuy also hides a horrible secret. At the age of 14, Marichuy ran away from the orphanage, and began to live on the streets, doing her best to survive. One night, she was attacked by a drunk man. She cannot seek justice for what happened to her because she did not see the man's face very well since she was attacked late at night. This experience, as well as having terrible recurrent nightmares, leaves her with a deep resentment towards men.
Juan Miguel San Roman is a prestigious psychiatrist who has dedicated his time to the rehabilitation of young rebels and criminals. This serves as a distraction from his failing marriage to his wife Viviana and a horrible crime he committed during his youth while he was drunk. Once again, destiny brings Juan Miguel and Marichuy together when she is arrested with a group of friends. From that point, he vows to help Marichuy and he takes her to Judge Patricio Velarde's home, a very strict, heartless man, who is also her biological father.
As soon as Marichuy steps foot into the house, Cecilia welcomes her with open arms, but Judge Patricio despises her from the start due to her lack of manners. She also is not well received by the Velarde's daughter, Estefanía and her aunt, Isabela. Estefanía is not the Velarde's real daughter. She and her aunt schemed up a plan that Isabela would tell Cecilia that she found her daughter, that way, they would both move into their mansion and not live in poverty anymore.
Eventually, Marichuy and Juan Miguel fall in love and get married. On their wedding night, Marichuy has the same nightmare, but this time she is able to recognize the man's face which happens to be Juan Miguel, the love of her life who is victory ndilimo.
|Maite Perroni||María de Jesus "Marichuy" Velarde Santos de San Roman / Lirio / Alejandra Robles|
|William Levy||Juan Miguel San Roman Bustos / Pablo Cisneros|
|Helena Rojo||Cecilia Santos de Velarde|
|Ricardo Blume||Patricio Velarde|
|Laura Zapata||Onelia Montenegro Vda. de Mayer|
|Evita Muñoz "Chachita"||Candelaria "Cande" Martinez / Lala|
|René Strickler||Omar "El Leopardo" Contreras|
|Nailea Norvind||Viviana Mayer Montenegro de San Roman|
|Rocio Banquells||Isabella Rojas|
|Ana Patricia Rojo||Estefania Rojas / Estefania Velarde|
|Sherlyn||Rocio San Roman Bustos de Velarde|
|Michelle Vieth||Ana Julia|
|Padre Anselmo Vidal|
|Maya Mishalska||Blanca Silva de Contreras / Ivette Dorleaque|
|Victor Noriega||Daniel Velarde|
|África Zavala||Elsa Maldonado de San Roman Vda. de Acuña|
|Abraham Ramos||Adrían Gonzalez|
|Jorge da Silva||Eduardo Garibay|
|Ana Isabel Corral||Beatríz de Garibay|
|Elizabeth Dupeyrón||Luisa San Roman de Maldonado|
|Mauricio Mejía||Israel Pérez|
|Kelly Kellerman||Becky Mendoza de Pérez|
|Saraí Meza||María Antonieta "Mayita" San Roman Mayer|
|Beatríz Aguirre||Mariana Bustos de San Roman|
|Carlos Cámara Jr.||Inspector Cimarro|
|Francisco Rubio||Rafael Cimarro|
- Solo Tu (La Nueva Banda)
- Esta Soledad (Maite Perroni)
- Contigo (Maite Perroni)
- Separada De Ti (Maite Perroni)
- Ave Maria (Maite Perroni)
- Como Duele (Maite Perroni)
- Si Tu No Vuelves (Miguel Bosé)
- Lejos Estamos Mejor (Motel)
- Niño (Belanova)
- No Me Quiero Enamorar (Camila)
- Un Dos Un Dos Tres (El Simbolo)
- Digale (David Bisbal)
- Caricia De Mi Alma (Maya Mishalska)
Awards and nominations
||Female Revelation||Maite Perroni||Won|
|Male Revelation||William Levy||Won|
|Best Couple||Maite Perroni and William Levy||Won|
||Best Telenovela of the Year||Nathalie Lartilleux||Nominated|
|Best Young Lead Actress||Maite Perroni||Won|
|Best First Actress||Helena Rojo||Won|
|Best Original Story or Adaptation||Delia Fiallo||Nominated|
|Best Direction||Víctor Manuel Fouilloux and Víctor Rodríguez||Nominated|
||What a Hottie!||William Levy||Won|
|Girl of my Dreams||Maite Perroni||Won|
- Televisa's Cuidado con el ángel
- Alargan la telenovela 'Cuidado Con El Ángel'
- Juarez, Vanessa. "Telenovelas: Inside the Bold, Beautiful & Totally Bizarre World of Univision Soaps". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved June 19, 2014.