Los miserables (2014 telenovela)

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Los miserables
Los miserables poster.jpg
Genre Telenovela
Created by Original story
Victor Hugo
Adaptation and screenplay for Telemundo
Valentina Párraga
Cristina Policastro
Yoyiana Ahumada
Gerardo Cadena
Based on Les Misérables of Victor Hugo
Developed by Argos Comunicación
Telemundo Studios, Miami
Directed by Carlos Villegas
Víctor Herrera
Starring Aracely Arámbula
Erik Hayser
Aylin Mujica
Gabriel Porras
Aarón Díaz
Marco Treviño
Theme music composer Caridad Castañeda
Opening theme "Los miserables" by Aracely Arámbula
Country of origin Mexico
United States
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 119
Executive producer(s) Martha Godoy
Araceli Sánchez Mariscal
Producer(s) Georgina Castro Ruiz
Marco Antonio López
Jorge Sosa Lanz
Editor(s) Horacio Valle
Arley Parra
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 42-45 minutes
Original channel Telemundo
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original release September 30, 2014 (2014-09-30) – March 24, 2015
Related shows Los miserables (1974)

Los miserables (English title: Les Misérables),[1] is an Spanish-language telenovela to be produced by United States-based television network Telemundo Studios, Miami. Telemundo announced that the Mexican actress Aracely Arámbula will star in the first adaptation for a Spanish soap opera of "Los Miserables". Telemundo Production, already in pre-production and will be shot entirely in Mexico, Los Miserables is an adaptation of the French play by Victor Hugo and will be written by the Venezuelan Valentina Párraga.[2] Starring Aracely Arámbula and Erik Hayser, with Aylin Mujica and Gabriel Porras in the antagonistic role.[3] It tells the story of a woman persecuted for justice, which must resist the injustices while demonstrating integrity.

Telemundo will air the serial as part of the 2014–2015 season. As with most of its other Telenovelas, the network will broadcast English subtitles as closed captions on CC3.


Lucia Durán (Lucha) leaves prison in Texas (USA) where she served 11 years of her sentence, with the frustration of paying for a crime she did not commit. Her cellmate Rosalia Pérez, on her deathbed, entrusts Lucia to take charge of Roxana, her 10-year-old daughter living in Mexico City. Lucia is deported from Texas with a nursing degree obtained in prison. In Mexico City, dreaming of reuniting with her family, Lucia is received by Liliana Duran, her younger sister, who reminds her that she is the shame of the family, although Liliana knows that the tragedy of her sister started it. Meanwhile, they agree that Lucia is alone in this life and Lucia begins a long ordeal to find work and the girl that she promised to protect.

The handsome and masculine chief of the anti-narcotics department, Daniel Ponce, never has trouble getting occasional lovers, but isn't keen on lasting relationships. He seems cold and cynical, while he boasts of being fair and impartial. He relentlessly tracks evildoers, as in each of the criminals he sees his mother's killers.

Daniel, in his fight against drug trafficking and Marrero, the head of a drug cartel, directs an operation to catch a trafficking ring in a popular neighborhood, which injures both policemen and traffickers. Meeanwhile, Lucia goes to a charity hospital to apply for a job. Shortly after, the wounded from Daniel's operation arrive. Trained for action, Lucia starts to help the poor staff of nurses and doctors, until Daniel arrives with orders and threats. Lucia confronts him and Daniel angrily asserts himself. Sister Amparo Ponce, seeing the ugly behavior of her nephew, decides to give Lucia a try, despite her unruly past. After getting the job, Lucia starts to seek Roxana, the daughter of Rosalia.


The telenovela will be shot in Mexico, Mintz also indicated that soon reveal the names of the actors and producers and the rest of the team to be in this production.[4] Arambula clarified that the new melodrama will not be a carbon copy of the novel. "Are you based in Les Misérables, but is adapted for television. It is not time, is now only based on history [everyone knows]. We will not make Los Miserables [always]," she said. Arambula confirmed she wanted to return to the small screen with a different role of "La Patrona" in the drama of the soap will be Miserable. It also confirms that she will return to work with the same production team "La Patrona".[5] Said Marcos Santana, president of Telemundo International, Monday in a press conference in Cannes, France. "We are very proud because it comes from another great production that will anticipate our label and have excellent ratings".[6] The telenovela production began in April 2014.[7]


Actor Character
Aracely Arámbula Lucía "Lucha" Durán
Erik Hayser Daniel Ponce
Aylín Mújica Liliana Durán
Gabriel Porras Olegario Marrero "El Diablo" / Rafael Montes
Aarón Díaz César Mondragón Bianchi
Marco Treviño Ignacio Durán
Alexandra de la Mora Elena Durán
Aldo Gallardo Carlos Gallardo
Diego Soldano Pablo Riobueno
Luis Uribe Genaro Cabello
Bianca Calderón Deyanira Paredes
Claudio Lafarga Dr. Gonzalo Mallorca
Estela Calderón Déborah Echeverría
Thanya López Marisela León
Ramón Medína Roque Sarmiento
Verónica Terán Sor Amparo Ponce
María Barbosa Fernanda Monteagudo de Durán
Pia Watson Adriana Palacios
Macarena Oz Roxana "Roxanita" Pérez
Gabo Anguiano Guillermo "Memín" Hernández
Federico Porras Ignacio "Nachito" Echeverría Durán
Gina Varela Nancy
Anastasia Acosta Consuelo Durán
Juan Martín Jauregui Evaristo Rodríguez
Elsy Reyes Nuria Pérez
Alex Camargo Abel Durán
Eva Daniela Victoria "Vicky" Gordillo
Dave Douglas Octavio Mondragón
Manola Diez Ivanna Echeverría
Geraldine Zinat Sor Milagros
Luis Yeverino Gustavo Millán
Rodrigo Vidal Gastón Gordillo
Javier Díaz Dueñas Radamés Echeverría
Gonzalo García Vivanco Pedro Morales
Tatiana Martínez Soraya
Eduardo Reza Alejandro Verde


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