Qué pobres tan ricos

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Qué pobres tan ricos
Genre Telenovela
Written by
  • Pedro Armando Rodríguez
  • Alejandra Romero
  • Humberto Robles
Story by
  • Juan Manuel Cáceres Niño
  • Liliana Guzmán Zárate
  • Héctor Alejandro Moncada Valenzuela
Directed by Benjamín Cann
Creative director(s) Florencio Zavala
Opening theme "Mi tesoro" performed by Jesse & Joy
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 166
Executive producer(s) Rosy Ocampo
  • María Alba Espinoza
  • Eduardo Meza
Editor(s) Pablo Peralta
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original release November 11, 2013 (2013-11-11) – June 29, 2014 (2014-06-29)
Preceded by Libre para amarte
Followed by Mi corazón es tuyo

Qué pobres tan ricos, is a Mexican telenovela produced by Rosy Ocampo and broadcast by Canal de las Estrellas.[1][2][3]

Jaime Camil and Zuria Vega star as the protagonists; with Arturo Peniche as the co-protagonist; while Mark Tacher, Ingrid Martz and Tiare Scanda star as the main antagonists, with the participation of Sylvia Pasquel, Manuel "Flaco" Ibáñez, and the first actress Queta Lavat.[4]

As of November 11, 2013, Las Estrellas started broadcasting Qué pobres tan ricos weeknights at 20:25, replacing Libre para amarte.[5] The last episode was broadcast on June 29, 2014, with Mi corazón es tuyo replacing it the following day.

Univision broadcast Qué pobres tan ricos from January 6, 2014, weeknights at 22:00, replacing one hour of Lo que la vida me robó. The last episode was broadcast on August 24, 2014, with La malquerida replacing it the following day.[6][7]

As February 6, 2017, Tlnovelas broadcasts Qué pobres tan ricos at 07:00, 13:00 and 19:00 and later 09:50, 15:40 and 21:30 Replacing Por ella soy Eva. The Last episode broadcast on September 29, 2017, with Hasta que el dinero nos separe replacing it the following day.

The finale of Qué pobres tan ricos averaged 3.9 million viewers on Univision.[8]


María Guadalupe "Lupita" Menchaca Martínez is a beautiful young woman, single mother, who lives with her son and the rest of her family (father and two twin brothers) in a typical middle class neighborhood in Mexico City. Miguel Ángel Ruizpalacios Romagnoli is a perfect exponent of the upper class. He is a Millionaire and has no problem in sight. He lives on rumba, gambling and women and it does not matter what happens to the company of which he is president by inheritance. Lupita and Michelangelo do not know each other and seemingly have nothing in common. Their worlds are different, their social classes do not cross and their personalities have little to do with each other. However, destiny is responsible for crossing them so unexpectedly.

Victim of a trap of his cousin Alejo, who wants to stay with the president of it occupies, Michelangelo is accused of using the company's money to launder assets and a current account incoming non-holy moneys. Michelangelo is not only wanted by the police but also from one day to the next, all the accounts closed, his assets seized and if he does not appear, they are considered fugitives from justice.

Desperate and without knowing who to turn to, Miguel Angel decides to listen to his grandmother Matilde, who claims that they own land on the outskirts of the city that his grandfather once bought. With intentions to sell them and to make of money in cash, Miguel Angel undertakes the crusade of recovering them facing the Menchaca, the family that lives there and that assures to own the place that they once bought to him to their grandfathers. As there is no evidence of either, nor of the other. The Ruizpalacios have no other choice but to settle down to live with the Menchaca, in what is the only house with which they have, as well as a restaurant and a hall of events. The meeting of these two worlds is very comical. First, because the Ruizpalacios do not understand how the Menchaca live. If you have your own room with a private bathroom, the Ruizpalacios spend the night sleeping together in cabin beds and sharing a single bathroom among the more than 10 people who live in the house. Secondly, because in their life they worked and now they will have to survive in some way, learning the activities that the Menchaca develop, for them, one more humiliating than the other.

Thirdly because Michelangelo is nothing more and nothing less than Alejo's cousin, the man who ruined Lupita's life. Despite all the setbacks, the impossibility of coexistence and the crazy crosses between rich and poor, the love between Lupita and Michelangelo arises with a force that neither man can stop and that force causes that with The whole time everything seems to be irreconcilable begin to have a why. This is how they deeply hate each other, the Menchaca and the Ruizpalacios become part of the same side with one goal in common: to help Michelangelo recover everything he lost in exchange for the club and the house to stay with the Menchaca . Everything seems to go on wheels until Alejo attacks with all his arms to destroy Lupita, claiming paternity about his son, from which he wants to take over as he may, Who has always been in love with Miguel Angel and who only wants Alejo is his money, will stand in the love that begins to suggest between Lupita and Michelangelo using all kinds of tricks with his mother to keep the money Alejo And with the love of Michelangelo.





Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Nominated Result
2014 Premios Juventud[9] He's Hot! Jaime Camil Nominated
Best Theme Novelero Jesse & Joy “Mi Tesoro” Nominated
2015 33rd TVyNovelas Awards[10] Best Telenovela of the Year Rosy Ocampo Nominated
Best Lead Actress Zuria Vega Nominated
Best Co-star Actress Sylvia Pasquel Nominated
Best Co-star Actor Arturo Peniche Nominated
Best First Actor Manuel "Flaco" Ibáñez Won
Best Supporting Actress Tiaré Scanda Nominated
Best Young Lead Actress Natasha Dupeyron Nominated
Best Young Lead Actor José Eduardo Derbez Won
Best Cast Que pobres tan Ricos Nominated
Best Direction Benjamín Cann and Rodrigo Zaunbos Nominated
Favoritos del Público TVyNovelas Awards[11] La Mas Guapa Zuria Vega Won
Favorite Final Qué pobres tan ricos Nominated


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