Dos mujeres, un camino

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Dos Mujeres, Un Camino
Dos mujeres, un camino.jpg
Genre Telenovela
Starring Erik Estrada
Bibi Gaytán
Laura León
Opening theme Dos Mujeres Un Camino
Laura León
Ending theme Dos Mujeres Un Camino
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 165
Running time 60 minutes
Original channel Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format Color
Original release August 16, 1993 – July 1, 1994
Preceded by Corazón salvaje
Followed by El Vuelo Del Aguila

Dos mujeres, un camino (Two Women, One Path) is a Mexican telenovela, produced by Televisa, which originally aired from August 2, 1993 to July 1, 1994, on Canal de las Estrellas.


The series tells the story of Johnny, a Mexican truck driver and family man who falls in love with a woman he meets in his travels, and of the complications as a consequence of his new love. Dos Mujeres... used the then-new North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as a backdrop to the story; Johnny transported merchandise from Mexico to the United States.

Johnny had enemies in Tijuana, where he was blamed for the death of a young man by the Montegarza family. Johnny is still very in love with his wife when he falls for a young waitress, Tanya (Bibi Gaytán), whose mother owns a restaurant that Johnny frequents. Tanya does not know he is married, and Raymundo, a police officer in love with Tanya, is working with fellow officer Ángel to pursue the head of the family that blames Johnny for the young man's death.

It is later discovered that Johnny did not cause the young man's death, and while he was struggling to decide whether he wants to stay with his wife or his girlfriend, Tanya dies taking a knife thrust intended for her rival – Johnny's wife – Ana Maria. Johnny and Ana Maria reconcile after Tanya's death. The final scene shows the couple retiring for the evening. Johnny, dreaming of Tanya's death, calls her name in his sleep. When he awakes in the morning, Ana Maria and the children are gone.



This production was exhibited in 47 countries, had high viewer ratings, and has been described as one of Televisa's most successful telenovelas.[1]

References In Pop Culture[edit]

During the sixth season of the hit show Roseanne, the show is briefly shown and referenced in the episode "Busted", in which a friend of Mark's is seen watching it. Roseanne, observing him watching the show on his big screen TV, then humorously says "So that's what happened to that guy from CHiPs!"


  1. ^ "Dos mujeres un camino afianzó la carrera de sus protagonistas", El Telégrafo, Decano de la Prensa Nacional (Ecuador), 30 July 2013 (in Spanish).

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