Marido en alquiler

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Marido en alquiler
Marido en Alquiler Poster.jpg
Genre Drama, Romance, Comedy, Black humor
Format Telenovela
Created by Original Story and Supervision
Aguinaldo Silva
Adaptation for Telemundo
Perla Farias
Developed by
Directed by
  • Claudio Callao
  • Nicolás DiBlasi
Starring
Opening theme
  • "Yo soy la mujer"
    by Ana Bárbara
  • "Como te explico"
    by Carlos Gatica
Ending theme "Yo soy la mujer" (Instrumental)
by Ana Bárbara
Country of origin
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 141[1]
Production
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s) Aimée Godínez
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time
  • 48–52 minutes (eps 1–7)
  • 42–45 minutes (eps 8–70, 101–139)
  • 84–87 minutes (eps 71–100 & 140–141)
Broadcast
Original channel Telemundo
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original run July 10, 2013 (2013-07-10) – January 13, 2014 (2014-01-13)
Chronology
Related shows Fina Estampa
External links
Website

Marido en alquiler (Lit: Husband for Rent / English: My Dear Handyman), originally known as Reina Madre (Queen Mother), is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by United States-based television network Telemundo Studios, Miami, and Brazilian Rede Globo. It is a remake of the Brazilian telenovela, Fina Estampa. Sonya Smith[2][3] and Juan Soler star as the main protagonists, while Maritza Rodríguez and Miguel Varoni star as the main antagonists.[4][5] This marks Soler's debut with Telemundo after signing an exclusivity agreement with the network in 2013.

From July 10 – October 18, 2013, Telemundo started broadcasting Marido en Alquiler as part of the 2013–14 season weeknights at 9pm/8c,[6][7] replacing La Patrona.[8][9] From October 21 – November 8, Telemundo temporarily aired 2 hours of Marido en Alquiler weeknights at 8pm/7c, replacing Dama y Obrero, as part of Telemundo's changes in prime-time programming. From November 11, 2013 – January 13, 2014, Telemundo aired one hour episodes of Marido en Alquiler weeknights at 8pm/7c. That same day, the network started broadcasting La Reina del Sur weeknights at 9pm/8c, replacing one hour of Marido en Alquiler.[10] Maritza Rodriguez and Miguel Varoni were lauded by the fans as the best stars in this soap opera.[11][12]

There were special performances by Miguel Varoni, Elluz Peraza, Lorena Gómez, and Andres Mistage to spice up certain characters in the telenovela.

Ana Bárbara was invited to participate in the novel to interpret her latest single "Yo Soy la Mujer". The episode in which she starred aired on November 1, 2013.[13]

Synopsis[edit]

Marido en Alquiler tells the story of Griselda Carrasco, a strong and determined woman who works as a handyman to support her family. In the course of her work, destiny or chance lead her to Reinaldo Ibarra, an honest man and chef who is married to Teresa Cristina. He becomes enchanted with Griselda's strength and spirit, gradually coming to the conclusion that she is his true love. Teresa Cristina, outraged, tries to have Griselda's children killed. However all the attempts are a failure. Teresa Cristina kidnaps Griselda but Jose Salinas tells Antonio, his and Griselda's son, where to find Griselda. Reinaldo goes and saves her, while Teresa Cristina and Jose Salinas try to escape in Salinas's boat during a thunderstorm. While at sea in the boat, Teresa Cristina drowns as Jose Salinas is struck by lightning. In the end, Griselda and Reinaldo end up together. Teresa Cristina leaves a will in which her daughter and her assistant Rosario (Ro) inherit her fortune.

Production[edit]

Aguinaldo Silva, author of the Brazilian original Fina Estampa, will be supervising adaptation and screenplay for Telemundo together with Perla Farias. As of July 21, 2012, the adaptation is ongoing.[citation needed] Mr. Silva is best known for incredible rating successes such as Roque Santeiro in the 80s, and Vale Tudo adapted in the 2000s by Telemundo as Vale todo.

The working title in TV Globo for Fina Estampa in Brazil was Marido de Aluguel, however, it was later changed. For Telemundo's version, it used the Marido de Aluguel name, though it translated it in Spanish.[14]

Opening credits and theme[edit]

Latin Grammy award winner Ana Bárbara performs the soap opera's theme song Yo Soy La Mujer. The singer also participated in the soap opera. Yo Soy La Mujer is also the title to Ana Barbara's eleventh studio album. The track Yo Soy La Mujer was re-recorded in Banda and became part of Ana Bárbara's music repertoire.[15] The song was inspired by the hard work, struggle, and immense effort put forth by Griselda Carrasco as a single parent to support her three children and grandson.

Also part of the opening theme is the song by Carlos Gatica, called Como te explico, a love song inspired by Reinaldo and Griselda.

Characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Griselda Carrasco (Sonya Smith), is a fighter, a hardworking and humble woman who is dedicated to working as a handyman to keep a family of three children and one grandchild after her husband was lost at sea 15 years ago.[16][17]
  • Reinaldo Ibarra (Juan Soler), is a culinary art lover who works as chef of a famous restaurant. He is the husband of Teresa Cristina and the father of Patricia.[16][17]
  • Teresa Cristina Palmer (Maritza Rodríguez), is a materialistic and snobbish woman. She Reinaldo's wife and Patricia's mother. Her main enemy is Griselda.[16][17]
  • José Salinas (Miguel Varoni), is the ex-husband of Griselda, and father of Antonio, Kike and Amalia.[16][17]
  • José Enrique "Kike" Salinas Carrasco (Roberto Manrique), is Griselda's eldest son and Kikito's father, and the boyfriend of Bárbara, He works at a taco bar to help support his mother and young son. Kike is an exemplary father and he strives to keep Kikito happy.[16][17]
  • José Antonio Salinas Carrasco (Gabriel Coronel), is Griselda's son, the only of the three who could enter the university through their own efforts. He was always a bright child who received a scholarship since entering high school.[clarification needed] Antonio is overly ambitious and ashamed of his humble upbringing, especially his mother's lack of education and appearance.[16][17]
  • Patricia Ibarra Palmer (Kimberly Dos Ramos), is Teresa Cristina and Reinaldo's daughter. She is humble and has a special relationship with her father, a closeness that is not shared with her mother.[16][17]
  • Gabriel Rodríguez (Ricardo Chávez), is the owner of a Mexican "Tacos Bar". He is a hard worker and is deeply in love with Griselda.[16][17]

Recurring[edit]

  • María Amalia Salinas Carrasco (Ana Carolina Grajales), is the youngest daughter of Griselda and José, and the girlfriend of Rafael.
  • Rafael Álamo (Pablo Azar), is an employee of Iván, Amalia and is a groom.
  • Juan Pablo Palmer (Paulo Quevedo), is the ex-husband of Esther, and brother of Teresa Cristina.
  • Esther Salas (Sandra Destenave), is a lingerie designer and the ex-wife of Juan Pablo.
  • Rosario "Ro" Flores (Ariel Texido), is the servant of Teresa Cristina.
  • Bárbara González de Salinas (Daniela Navarro), is the mother of Kikito and wife of Kike.
  • María Iris de Silva (Alba Roversi), is the aunt of Teresa Cristina.
  • Máximo Durán (José Guillermo Cortines), is a boxer who falls in love with Clara.
  • Simón (Ismael La Rosa), is an employee at Reinaldo's restaurant.
  • Celeste Porras (Maite Embil), is the mother of Sol and the best friend of Griselda.
  • Manuel Porras (Víctor Corona), is the husband of Celeste and father of Sol.
  • Paloma Ramos (Dad Dáger), is the sister of Teresa Cristina.
  • Daniel (Adrián Carvajal), is the best friend of Antonio.
  • Fernando (Gabriel Valenzuela), is a security guard who helps Teresa Cristina to commit crimes.
  • Elio Salinas (Lino Martone), is the son of José Salinas.
  • Clara Martínez (Jalymar Salomón), is the mother of Leonardo, and Max's girlfriend.
  • Marcela Cortés (Adriana Lavat), is a journalist who is killed by Teresa Cristina.
  • Iván Rouge (Anthony López), is the husband of Paloma.
  • Alba Perkins (Sandra Eichler), is a doctor and friend of Esther and Beatriz.
  • Vanessa Flores(María del Pilar Pérez), is the niece of Rosario.
  • Sol Porras (Sol Rodríguez), is the daughter of Celeste.
  • Beatriz Lobo (Ahrid Hannaley), is the daughter of Alba.
  • Mario López (Gustavo Pedraza), is the boyfriend of Aunt Iris.
  • Leonardo Martínez (Luis Álvarez Lozano)
  • Elsa (Nadia Escobar), is an employee of Teresa Cristina.
  • José Enrique "Kikito" Salinas González (Emmanuel Pérez), is the son of Bárbara and Kike, and grandson of Griselda.
  • Honorio Freitas "El Gigante" (Carlos Arreaza), is Girselda's accounting adviser.
  • Penny (María Corina Ramírez), is a surfer who falls for Leonardo.
  • Diosa (Natasha Domínguez), is an employee.[clarification needed]
  • Susana (Viviane Ligarde), is employed.[clarification needed]
  • Víctor (Lance Dos Ramos), is a lifeguard at a beach.
  • Mónica Ramos (Arancha Solís), is a lawyer hired by Bárbara.
  • Richard Mendoza (Iván Hernández), is a journalist.
  • Mirna Bello / Giselle Salinas (Elluz Peraza), is an actress who hires Antonio to pose as his mother.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Result
2013 Premios People en Español[18][19]
Best Telenovela Perla Farias Nominated
Best Actress Sonya Smith Nominated
Best Actor Juan Soler Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Kimberly Dos Ramos Nominated
Best Female Antagonist Maritza Rodríguez Won
Best New Talent Kimberly Dos Ramos Nominated
Gabriel Coronel Nominated
Special Beauty Awards[20] Trainee Beauty TV Kimberly Dos Ramos Won
Youth TV Guy Pablo Azar Won
2014 Miami Life Award[21]
Best Telenovela Perla Farias Won[21]
Best Actress Sonya Smith Won[21]
Best actor Juan Soler Won[21]
Best Supporting Actress Maritza Rodriguez Won[21]
Best Supporting Actor Ricardo Chávez Nominated[21]
Ariel Texido Nominated[21]
Paulo Quevedo Nominated[21]
Best First Actress Alba Roversi Won[21]
Best First Actor Miguel Varoni Won[21]
Best Young Actress Kimberly Dos Ramos Won[21]
Daniela Navarro Nominated[21]
Ana Carolina Grajales Nominated[21]
Best Young Actor Pablo Azar Nominated[21]
Roberto Manrique Won[21]
Gabriel Coronel Nominated[21]
Premios Tu Mundo[22][23][24]
Novela of the Year Perla Farias Pending[24]
Favorite Lead Actress Sonya Smith Pending[24]
The Best Bad Boy Miguel Varoni Pending[24]
The Best Bad Girl Maritza Rodríguez Pending[24]
The Perfect Couple Sonya Smith and Juan Soler Pending[24]
Best Supporting Actress Daniela Navarro Pending[24]
Best Supporting Actor Ariel Texido Pending[24]
Gabriel Coronel Pending[24]
Ricardo Chávez Pending[24]
First Actress Alba Roversi Pending[24]
Junior Favorite Artist Kimberly Dos Ramos Pending[24]
Best Bad Luck Moment When you have a flat tire truck Pending[24]

References[edit]

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  9. ^ "La patrona". Msnlatino.telemundo.com. Retrieved August 10, 2014. 
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  19. ^ "Premios People en Español 2013 - Categoría Telenovelas | Telenovelas" (in Spanish). Peopleenespanol.com. Retrieved August 10, 2014. 
  20. ^ "Kimberly Dos Ramos y otros artistas son premiados con los Special Beauty Awards". Informe21.com. August 25, 2013. Retrieved August 10, 2014. 
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