Somos tú y yo

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Somos tú y yo
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Created by Vladimir Pérez
Written by
  • Solange Keoleyan
  • Sebastián Parrotta
Directed by
  • Eduardo Pérez
  • Norma Jiménez Montealegre
Creative director(s) Rock Díaz
Theme music composer Vladimir Pérez
Opening theme "Somos tú y yo" performed by Sheryl Rubio
Country of origin Venezuela
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 240
Executive producer(s) María Beatriz Padrón
  • Rock Díaz
  • Fernando Blanco
Location(s) Caracas, Venezuela
Running time 45 minutes
Production company(s) Turner Broadcasting System Latin America
Original network Venevisión
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release June 27 (2007-06-27) – November 13, 2007 (2007-11-13)
Preceded by Chiquititas
Followed by NPS: No puede ser
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Somos tú y yo is a Venezuelan telenovela filmed in Caracas, Venezuela and developed by Boomerang Latin America and Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and production company Cisneros Media,[1][2][3][4] the series will star Sheryl Rubio together with Víctor Drija.[5] debuted in its country of origin, Latin America and Italy on June 27, 2007.[6][7]


Somos tú y yo revolves around the students of The Academy, a school of performing arts, ambitions, talents and relationships. The heart of the story is the first love, and viewers follow the budding romance of young singers Victor (Victor Drija) and Sheryl (Sheryl Rubio), whose friendship turns into true love in the midst of many setbacks. A rich variety of different complementary characters also provides explosive energy, fresh humor and unforgettable this teen series destined to become an international hit music.[8]


Somos tú y yo was a co-production between Boomerang and Venevisión. The series was transmitted in Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Asia. The series premiered on June 27, 2007 and its pilot episode had approximately 5.9 million viewers.[9] The series had three successful seasons, one of the most successful series channel. We are you and I ended on November 13, 2008 and its final episode had an audience of about 9.8 million, the largest audience received by any final episode of a series of Boomerang Latin America.[10][11]

The program was fully recorded in the city of Caracas and surrounding areas. Places like Sheryl house have been recreated and instead of recording in outdoor places, was in a city park. The interior of The Academy, where boys study series singing and dancing, is located just outside Caracas and its facade is the Central University of Venezuela. Sheryl's house, actually, is located next to the Academy. The sets, which occupy about 1,500 square meters, is divided into two sections: the first is the home of Sheryl with a staircase leading to the upstairs bedrooms and the second section is created for the second season that this divides the room dance, singing and recording.[12] The series also being issued by Venevisión was also transmitted by air channels and cable in different countries of the world, why the series went beyond borders and got a great fanaticism around the world, being highlighted Italy and the Philippines.[13][14][15] Some of the leading chains are, GMA Network, Univision and RAI, which was in charge of their respective emission zone.[16][17] After record-breaking audience in Latin America, Venevision International, the entertainment company part of the Cisneros Group, along with DVI Productions, it announced the adaptations localized for China, Indonesia and Malaysia.[18][19]




  • Jorge Torres as Jorge Gomez
  • Kelly Durán as Kelly Mendoza
  • Yuvanna Montalvo as Yuvanna
  • Alejandro Mogollón as Alejandro
  • Ana Karina Cucurrullo as Ana Karina
  • Rosangelica Piscitelli as Rosy
  • Luciano Muguerza as Luciano
  • Mandi Meza as Mandy
  • Gabriel Úzcategui as Andres
  • Gabriel Coronel as Gabo
  • María Gabriela Hernández as Gaby
  • Rodrigo Pedreira as Rey
  • María Fernanda Pita as Mafer
  • Vanessa Suárez as Nessa
  • Yelitza Méndez as Yelitza
  • Arianny Moreno as Arianny
  • Nicolas Pérez as Nicolas
  • Bárbara Díaz as Barbara
  • Christian Zamora as Christian
  • Alfredo Lovera as Alfredo
  • Juan Carlos Denis as Juan Carlos
  • Florbelys Núñez as Florbelys
  • Angelica Ruiz as Angelica
  • Abraham Arrieta as Abraham
  • Adriana Prieto as Adriana
  • Nathaly Acedo as Nathaly


Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 67 June 27, 2007 November 13, 2007
2 79 July 2, 2008 December 5, 2008
3 50 June 27, 2009 November 17, 2009


In August 2009, Boomerang announced that Vladimir Perez, the creator of Somos tú y yo,[20] would be making a spin-off of Somos tú y yo an unprecedented worldwide success have now crossed over into a different genre, the sitcom, to bring their fans fresh adventures full of comedy and music titled NPS: No puede ser.[21][22] NPS It premiered on July 22, 2011.[23]


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