Las vías del amor

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Las vías del amor
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Screenplay byAlejandro Pohlenz
Story byEmilio Larrosa
Directed bySalvador Garcini
Theme music composerMartín Muñoz
Opening theme"Las vías del amor" performed by Aracely Arámbula
Country of originMexico
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes220
Executive producer(s)Emilio Larrosa
Producer(s)Arturo Pedoraza Loera
CinematographyLino Gama
  • Marco Rocha Maza
  • Alfredo Frutos
  • Pablo Peralta
Camera setupMulti-camera
Production company(s)Televisa
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture formatNTSC (480i)
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseAugust 5, 2002 (2002-08-05) –
June 6, 2003 (2003-06-06)
Preceded byEntre el amor y el odio
Followed byAmor real

Las vías del amor (The Tracks of Love)[1] is a Mexican telenovela produced by Emilio Larrosa for Televisa in 2002.

Aracely Arámbula and Jorge Salinas star as the protagonists,[2] while Enrique Rocha and Sasha Montenegro star as the main antagonists.


Gabriel is an electronic engineer and former seminarian who is consumed with remorse and guilt; when he was a child he lost his brother Nicholas. That loss caused Gabriel's father a heart attack. His mother has never forgave him for that.

Gabriel tried to purge his guilt in the priesthood, but left the seminary because of an affair with Sonia, a humble washerwoman. Gabriel never forgot Sonia, despite being in a relationship with Sandra who he does not love. Upon discovering that truth, Sandra attempts suicide. Adolfo, a millionaire and owner of a nightclubs is in love with Sandra. Gabriel returns to be with Sonia and discoverer she's working as a prostitute and offers her to pay all her expenses, her mother’s treatment and an apartment to make her quit being a prostitute. But Gabriel's true love is far away, in Tlacotalpan.

Perla is a young, cute, and poor waitress who is also a clairvoyant. Her powers let her know that her boyfriend Paco is in danger, but he ignores her. Paco is killed and Perla discovers through her visions that his killer has a tattoo of a skull on the arm. Elmer is an employee of Don Geronimo, the owner of Tlacotalpan and Pearl's boss. Once discovered, Elmer blackmails Pearl to accept the marriage proposal from Don Geronimo if she does not want him to kill her father. After Gonzalo, who is Paco's best friend, comes to where Perla lives, Gonzalo wants to find the assassin of his friend he's to goes in some problems one of his problem is that he has a trafiking with Sebastian and Enrique, he is also Elmer's enemy. Gonzalo says Perla that he swears Paco he will protect Perla from Don Geronimo and Sebastian.

Perla accepts Don Geronimo's proposal who will show her a world of luxury and beauty which she always dreamed of. On a trip to Mexico with her boyfriend Don Geronimo, Perla encounters Gabriel, who will be her true love.

The wedding takes place and, during the banquet, someone murders Don Geronimo. Enrique blames Fidel who flees to the capital. Sick and penniless, Fidel is rescued by Leticia, a good, hardworking merchant who, by a twist of fate, is harassed and stalked by Sebastian, brother of Don Geronimo. Perla decides to go to the capital to find her dad with the help from Gabriel and the two slowly fall in love. But Sonia will make Perla's life miserable to win for Gabriel's love.

But these are not Perla's only problems. First is Sebastian, a criminal who seeks Perla and her father to avenge the death of his brother, there's also 'El Dandy', the pimp of Sonia, who Gabriel send to prison to defend Sonia and now seeks revenge and Enrique, the son of Don Geronimo who killed him because of the obsession he has with Perla and he will not rest until he finds her.



Also starring[edit]

  • Dulce as Patricia Martínez de Betanzos
  • Margarita Magaña as Alicia Betanzos Martínez
  • Patricia Navidad as Rocío Zárate
  • Rafael Amaya as Paco / Pablo Rivera
  • Carlos Miguel as Adalberto Ruiz / El Dandy
  • Mónica Dossetti as Mariela Andrade
  • Rudy Casanova as Elmer Patiño / El Negro
  • Raúl Ochoa as Ernesto Fernández Valencia
  • Paola Treviño as Andrea De La Garza
  • Eduardo Cuervo as Pedro Betanzos Martínez
  • Francisco Avendaño as Javier Loyola Jr.
  • Maricruz Nájera as Laura Albavera
  • María Prado as Azalia Sánchez
  • Thelma Tixou as Fernanda Solís
  • Sergio DeFassio as Eloy Álvarez
  • Carlos Torres as Edmundo Larios
  • Ivonne Montero as Damiana / Madonna
  • Arturo Vázquez as Iván Hernández
  • Kokin Li as Wong / El Chino
  • Bobby Larios as Julián de la Colina
  • Julio Monterde as Javier Loyola
  • Esperanza Rendón as Gladys Sánchez
  • Anghel as Jéssica
  • Gustavo Negrete as Aurelio Tobar
  • Ricardo Vera as Tadeo Juárez Peña
  • Teo Tapia as Leopoldo Dávalos
  • Rubén Morales as Efraín
  • Manuela Ímaz as Rosaura Fernández López
  • Jorge Consejo as Esteban Fernández López
  • Elizabeth Álvarez as Sonia "Francis" Vázquez Solís
  • Miguel Loyo as Ramón Gutiérrez Vázquez
  • Hugo Aceves as Octavio Vázquez Solís
  • Silvia Ramirez as Antonia
  • Claudia Troyo as Claudia Jiménez
  • Erika García as Lolita Padilla Vale
  • Florencia del Saracho as Pamela Fernández


Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Result
2003 21st TVyNovelas Awards
Best Lead Actress Aracely Arámbula Nominated
Best Lead Actor Jorge Salinas Nominated
Best Female Villain Sasha Montenegro Won
Best Male Villain Enrique Rocha Won
Best First Actor José Carlos Ruiz Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Nuria Bages Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Gabriel Soto Nominated
Best Female Revelation Paola Treviño Nominated
Premios El Heraldo de México[3]
Best leading actress Daniela Romo Won
Best leading actor Enrique Rocha Won
Best Female Revelation Elizabeth Álvarez Won
Best Male Revelation Jorge Consejo Won


  1. ^ "The Tracks of Love". televisainternacional.
  2. ^ "Las 10 parejas protagónicas de la década".
  3. ^ "Las grandes estrellas del espectaculo se consagran en la 38ava entrega de heraldos".

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