|Created by||Jorge Patiño|
|Written by||Jorge Patiño|
|Directed by||Arturo Ripstein|
|Theme music composer||Guillermo Méndez Guiú|
|Country of origin||Mexico|
|No. of episodes||100|
|Distributor||Televisa S.A. de C.V.|
|Original network||Canal de las Estrellas|
|Picture format||480i SDTV|
|Original release||November 28, 1988 –|
April 14, 1989
|Followed by||Luz y sombra|
|Related shows||Locura de amor (2000)|
The story starts with Lucero Sandoval, a sixteen-year-old girl who lives with her father, Santiago Sandoval and her sister, Beatriz. Lucero's mother died when she was very little and that void shows through her rebellious behaviour. Her father decides to send her to a strict boarding school for problematic girls. The director of the school, Luis Mancera abuses his authority by making life impossible for the students of the school. Lucero becomes the heroine of the boarding school where she studies.
Cast of CharactersEdit
- Main cast
- Supporting cast
- Enrique Lizalde as Santiago Sandoval
- Sergio Klainer as Luis Mancera
- Mercedes Olea as Micaela Tellez
- Olivia Collins as Rosario Quintana
- Beatriz Aguirre as Doña Esther Sandoval
- Juan Carlos Serran as Federico Higuera
- Chantal Andere as Rebeca Centeno
- Ginny Hoffman as Marcela Zedena
- Rosa Furman as Doña Rosa
- Fefi Mauri as Toña
- Ana Patricia Rojo as Mirta Miranda
- Alberto Estrella as Ernesto Quiroz
- Armando Araiza as Francisco "Paco" Fernández
- Juan Carlos Bonet as Botho Arguedas
- Katia del Río as Angela Castro
- Angélica Rivera as María Inés
- Antonio Escobar as Sebastián
- Amairani as Rocío
- Celina del Villar as Carmen Ruelas
- Angélica Ruvalcaba as Luisa
- Paola Ochoa as Aracely Otero
- Mauricio Ferrari as Álvaro Ruelas
- Evangelina Martínez as Estela Sánchez
- Estela Barona as Verónica
- Martha Escobar as Fernanda Ojeda
- Ana Urquidi as Beatriz Sandoval
- Timbiriche – "Vive la Vida"
- Timbiriche – "Basta Ya"
- Timbiriche – "No Sé Si Es Amor"
- Timbiriche – "Paranoia"
- Timbiriche – "Todo Cambia"
- Timbiriche – "Tú y Yo Somos Uno Mismo"
- Timbiriche – "Ámame Hasta con los Dientes"
- Sasha Sokol – "La Leyenda"
- James Ingram – "Just Once"
- Krokus – "Our Love (Will Never Die)"
- Bonnie Tyler – "If You Were a Woman (And I Was a Man)"
- Billy Idol – "Rebel Yell"
- Gino Vannelli – "Hurts to Be in Love"
|1990||8th TVyNovelas Awards||Best Telenovela of the Year||Julissa
|Best Antagonist Actor||Sergio Klainer|
|Best Young Lead Actress||Adela Noriega||Won|
|Best Young Lead Actor||Eduardo Yáñez|
|Best Female Revelation||Chantal Andere||Nominated|
|Best Debut Actress||Won|
|Best Direction of the Cameras||Alejandro Frutos|
- "Amazon.com: Dulce Desafio: Product Description" (in Spanish). amazon.com. Retrieved February 4, 2016.
- TVyNovelas for Best Young Actress for Dulce Desafio YouTube (in Spanish)