Niña de mi corazón

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Niña de mi Corazón
El Amor Está de tu Lado (Love is on your side)
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Genre Telenovela
Drama
comedy
Created by Abel Santa Cruz
Written by María Balmori
Pedro Armando Rodríguez
Alejandra Romero
José Ierfino
Directed by Luis Pardo
Juan Carlos Muñoz
Starring Maribel Guardia
Arturo Peniche
Erick Elías
Lorena Herrera
Paulina Goto
Theme music composer Pablo Dabdoub
Carlos Law
Opening theme "Ándale niña" performed by U.N.O
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 90
Production
Executive producer(s) Pedro Damián
Producer(s) Luis Luisillo Miguel
Location(s) Escandón
Cinematography Daniel Ferrer
Vivian Sánchez Ross
Production company(s) Televisa
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original release March 8 – July 9, 2010
Chronology
Preceded by Atrévete a soñar
Followed by Para volver a amar
External links
Website www2.esmas.com/entretenimiento/telenovelas/nina-de-mi-corazon/index.php

Niña de mi Corazón (English title: Girl of my Heart)[1] is a Mexican telenovela produced by Pedro Damián for Televisa. It is a remake of the Mexican telenovela Mi pequeña traviesa, also produced by Pedro Damián.[2]

Paulina Goto and Erick Elías star as the main protagonists,[3] while Maribel Guardia and Arturo Peniche star as the co-protagonists. With Lorena Herrera, Lisette Morelos, Julio Camejo and Martha Julia as the antagonists.

Plot[edit]

Andrea Paz (Paulina Goto) is a working class girl aged 17. Her dream is to finish school and become a lawyer. Andrea's aspirations fall to the ground when she learns that her father Benigno (José Elías Moreno) was run over, and that this left him in a wheelchair. Orphaned by her mother, and with two brothers to support, Andréa is forced to leave everything behind and begin an adult life, work and pay the household bills as well as supporting her dad. To make matters worse, her brother Damián (Adriano Zendejas) gets into drugs.

Thanks to Vittorio, a friend of the family, Andrea gets a job at Maximo's (Arturo Peniche) law firm, as the assistant of the owners' son Darío (Erick Elías). Moira (Lisette Morelos), Dario's girlfriend, doesn't like that Dario works with a woman, so she convinces Maximo to fire her and hire a man. Andrea returns disguised as a man, and say that she is Andrés, her twin brother. After some time at the law firm, Máximo offers Andrea a job as a receptionist. With two jobs and two identities, Andrea has to be agile and cunning.

History[edit]

On March 8, 2010, Canal de las Estrellas aired Nina de mi corazon at 4:00pm, replacing Atrévete a soñar.[2][4] It ended on July 9, 2010, with Para volver a amar replacing it.

Univision broadcast Nina de mi corazon from February 28, 2011 at 2pm/1pm, replacing Atrévete a soñar. The last episode was broadcast on June 17, 2011 with Rafaela replacing it.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Also main[edit]

Special participation[edit]

  • Polo Ortin - Mercedonio
  • Jaime Garza - Dionisio Bravo
  • Carlos Cámara Jr. - Dimitri Molotov

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2016 29th TVyNovelas Awards[6] Best Leading Actor José Elías Moreno Nominated
Best Young Lead Actress Paulina Goto Won[7]
Best Male Revelation Brandon Peniche Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A Double Identity". televisainternacional. Retrieved August 16, 2016. 
  2. ^ a b "Inician grabaciones de Niña de mi corazón". quien.com. Retrieved February 4, 2010. 
  3. ^ "La telenovela "Niña de mi corazón" es un reto para los protagonistas". zocalo.com. Retrieved March 4, 2010. 
  4. ^ "8 de Marzo inicio de Niña de mi Corazón". tvyespectaculos.mx. Retrieved February 18, 2010. 
  5. ^ "Ximena Herrera en "Niña de mi corazón"". todotnv.com. Retrieved April 6, 2010. 
  6. ^ "Premios TV y Novelas 2011: Lista de Nominados". novelalounge.com. Retrieved February 23, 2011. 
  7. ^ "Alfonso Dosal y Paulina Goto ganadores en los TVyNovelas 2011". famosospop.com. Retrieved March 10, 2011. 

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