Relaciones peligrosas

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Relaciones peligrosas
Created by Roberto Stopello
Developed by Telemundo Studios
Directed by Vicente Albarracín
Ricardo Schwarz
Starring Sandra Echeverría
Gabriel Coronel
Gonzalo García Vivanco
Daniela Navarro
Ana Layevska
Maritza Bustamante
Mercedes Molto
Theme music composer Samo
Roy Tavare
Opening theme Solo Por Amor by Samo
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 108 [1]
Executive producer(s) David Posada
Martha Godoy
Producer(s) Aimee Godinez
Editor(s) Hader Antivar Duque
Location(s) Miami
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 41-46 minutes
Original channel Telemundo
Picture format HDTV, 1080i
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original run January 24, 2012 – June 25, 2012
Preceded by La casa de al lado
Followed by Pablo Escobar: El Patrón del Mal
Related shows Física o Química
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Relaciones peligrosas (English: Dangerous Affairs), originally known as Fisico o Quimica (Physical or Chemistry), is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by United States-based television network Telemundo Studios, Miami. It is an adaptation of the Spanish television series Física o Química.[2]

It has Sandra Echeverría, Gabriel Coronel, Maritza Bustamante, Jonathan Freudman, Ana Carolina Grajales, Mercedes Molto, Carlos Ferro, Christian de la Campa, Daniela Navarro, Renato Rossini, Kevin Aponte, Jesús Licciardelo, Gonzalo García Vivanco and Ana Layevska in the leading roles of the plot.


From January 24[3] to June 25, 2012, Telemundo aired Relaciones Peligrosas weeknights at 10pm/9c during the 2012 season, replacing La Casa de al Lado. As with most of its other telenovelas, the network broadcast English subtitles as closed captions on CC3.


Relaciones Peligrosas is a novela that tells a modern, daring story with no taboos (except for the censoring of same-sex kisses), delving into the difficult and often-conflictive relationships between teenagers, their parents and teachers of a bilingual high school (Cervantes Academy School of Arts). Everything begins with the story of Miranda Cruz (Sandra Echeverría), a young woman who begins an affair with Mauricio, her student, while a teacher in this institution. In her world, the hidden truths that many adults try to avoid are revealed: love relationships that are prohibited, discriminated or judged that can turn into a real world nightmare.


Awards and nominations[edit]

Though Relaciones Peligrosas was nominated for Favorite Lead Actor, The Best Bad Boy, Best Supporting Actor and Actress, The Perfect Couple, and The Best Kiss,;[4][5] it did not win any awards.[6][7]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2012 Premios Tu Mundo Favorite Lead Actor Gabriel Coronel Nominated
The Best Bad Boy Gonzalo García Vivanco Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Maritza Bustamante Nominated
Daniela Navarro Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Orlando Fundicheli Nominated
Jorge Consejo Nominated
The Perfect Couple Ana Layevska and Christian de la Campa Nominated
The Best Kiss Nominated
Premios People en Español Best Telenovela Roberto Stopello Nominated
Best Actress Sandra Echeverría Nominated
Best Actor Gabriel Coronel Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Ana Layevska Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Carlos Ferro Nominated
Best Villain Gonzalo García Vivanco Nominated
Revelation of the Year Gabriel Coronel Nominated
Best Couple Sandra Echeverría y Gabriel Coronel Nominated
2013 Miami Life Awards Best Telenovela Roberto Stopello Nominated
Best Actress Sandra Echeverría Nominated
Best Actor Gabriel Coronel Won
Best Supporting Actress Maritza Bustamante Nominated
Ana Layevska Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Carlos Ferro Nominated
Orlando Fundicheli Nominated
Best Actress Villain Daniela Navarro Nominated
Best Actor Villain Gonzalo García Vivanco Nominated
First Best Actress Jeannette Lehr Nominated
Best Actress Revelation Yrahid Leylanni Won
Best Actor Revelation Danilo Carrera Won
Jonathan Freudman Nominated
Oscar Priego Nominated
Isaac Reyes Nominated


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