Dulce amor

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This article is about the Argentine telenovela. For the Colombian adaption, see Dulce amor (Colombian telenovela). For Gloria Estefan song, see Dulce Amor (song).
Dulce amor
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Created by Quique Estevanez
Marcelo Nacci
Laura Barneix
Directed by Mauro Scandolari
Hugo Alejandro Moser
Starring Sebastián Estevanez
Juan Darthés
Carina Zampini
Segundo Cernadas
Laura Novoa
Georgina Barbarossa
Arturo Bonín
María Valenzuela
Calu Rivero
Mercedes Oviedo
Opening theme Dulce amor by Puentes
Country of origin Argentina
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 301
Production
Executive producer(s) Pablo Ferreiro
Producer(s) Diego Estevanez
Location(s) Martínez, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Production company(s) L.C. Acción Producciones
Telefe
Release
Original network Telefe
Picture format Color
Original release January 23, 2012 – April 29, 2013
Chronology
Preceded by El elegido
External links
Website

Dulce amor (International Title: Candy Love) is an Argentine telenovela that on Telefe in 2012. It stars Sebastián Estevanez, Carina Zampini, Juan Darthés and Calu Rivero. With the conflicting interests of Segundo Cernadas, Laura Novoa, Sol Estevanez, Mercedes Oviedo and Gerardo Romano portrayed the villains. It began broadcasting on January 23, 2012 and its ending on April 29, 2013.[1][2][3]

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According to IBOPE Group, in its debut averaging 13.3 rating points (peaking at 17), the third most watched program of the day.[4] With the passing of the days his audience grew, maintaining an average of 19.8 (being almost always as the third most watched program of the day).

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