Fuego en la sangre (telenovela)
Fuego en la sangre (Translated to "Fire in the Blood", but in English called Burning for Revenge) is a telenovela that began transmissions on January 21, 2008, through Mexico's Canal de las Estrellas network. Starring Adela Noriega, Eduardo Yáñez, Elizabeth Álvarez, Jorge Salinas, Nora Salinas and Pablo Montero as the main protagonists with Diana Bracho, Guillermo García Cantú and Susana Zabaleta as the main antagonists and the stellar participations of René Casados, María Sorté, Patricia Reyes Spíndola and Joaquín Cordero and the special participations of Sherlyn and the first actor Carlos Bracho.
|Fuego en la sangre|
|Directed by||Miguel Córcega|
Guillermo García Cantú
|Theme music composer||Vicente Fernández|
|Opening theme||"Para Siempre"|
|Country of origin||Mexico|
|No. of episodes||200|
|Executive producer(s)||Salvador Mejía Alejandre|
|Running time||40-45 minutes|
|Original network||Canal de las Estrellas|
|Picture format||480i SDTV
|Original release||January 21 – November 2, 2008|
|Followed by||Mañana es para siempre|
|Related shows||Pasión de Gavilanes (2003)|
From January 21 to November 2, 2008, Canal de las Estrellas broadcast Fuego en la sangre weeknights at 9pm. From July 22, 2013 to February 7, 2014, Canal de las Estrellas broadcast reruns of Fuego en la sangre weekdays at 11:30am. As of April 18, 2016 - January 27, 2017 TL Novelas broadcast 11:00, 17:00 and 23:00 replacing Sortilegio. With Amores verdaderos replacing it the January 30.
The plot of this story revolves around three brothers- Juan, Oscar and Franco Reyes, who swear an oath of allegiance on the tomb of their recently departed sister, Libia, to avenge her death. Libia died under mysterious circumstances while she was involved in a passionate relationship with another man, the wealthy and influential Bernardo Elizondo, who has since also died, under mysterious circumstances. The brothers discover that, not only was Elizando married throughout his relationship with Libia, but he was also the father of three very beautiful, and very different, adult daughters. Believing Libia's death to be directly related to her relationship with Elizando, the brothers determine to infiltrate his life and wreak their vengeance on the lives of his survivors. There, however, they discover that things are not as simple as they thought they would be.
Determined to ruin the household and, most especially, the lives of the late Bernardo's daughters, once there they discover things are not necessarily what they seem. They discover that Bernardo's three daughters are each of them unique, special, and determined women and that- most especially- they are all captives to their fierce, domineering, and manipulative mother, the pious and powerful Gabriela Acevedo. As the brothers get to know each sister, the compassion they feel towards these women who each are fighting their own struggles against both their tyrannical mother, as well as their own budding femininity and individuality, gradually turns to passion. And each brother is drawn to his own sister- the easy-going and carefree Oscar is drawn to Jimena, a fun-loving and passionate beauty aching to free herself from her controlling mother's devices. The sensitive Franco is drawn to the bookish Sarita, both of whom have the brain of an intellectual and the soul of a poet. And finally, Juan, the Alpha of the three brothers, is drawn to the sensitive and kind-hearted Sofia, who has perhaps the toughest lot of the three sisters as, having been raped by Fernando- a brutal and ambitious man with designs on the Elizando fortune- she is then forced by her mother to wed her rapist, under the guise of preserving the family honor (but, really, it is because the pious Gabriella lusts for Fernando herself, and has her own designs on him), and as such is now living in misery.
As the brothers become more enmeshed with the lives of these three women, each budding relationship brings its own problems and its own strife- forgotten lovers, ghosts from the past, emerging threats with their own agendas and, overshadowing all, the constant threat of the powerful Gabriela and the manipulative Fernando, who will stop at nothing to get what they want...
In the backdrop of this, there is a multitude of colorful secondary characters, each contributing their own bit to this fascinating puzzle- the exotic Rosario, the scheming Ruth, the haunted Eva, the world-weary Don Augustin, the tortured Padre Tadeo... each of them is a part of this fascinating, brutal, and thrilling story.
Fuego en la sangre was released on CD in Mexico on November 14, 2008.
|1.||"Fuego En La Sangre (Me He Equivocado)" (Performed by Los Hermanos Reyes - Eduardo Yáñez, Jorge Salinas & Pablo Montero)||3:00|
|2.||"Fuego En La Sangre" (Incidental)||2:29|
|3.||"Esclavo y Amo" (Performed by Juan Reyes - Eduardo Yáñez)||2:55|
|5.||"Juan Charrasqueado" (Performed by Oscar Reyes - Jorge Salinas)||3:45|
|7.||"Yo No Me Caso Compadre" (Performed by Quintina - Patricia Reyes Spíndola)||2:42|
|9.||"La Canalla" (Performed by Vicente Robles - Vicente Fernandez, Jr.)||3:03|
|10.||"Por una Cabeza" (Performed by Don Agustin - Joaquín Cordero)||2:23|
|11.||"El Bombón Asesino (Cumbia)" (Performed by Rosario - Ninel Conde)||3:15|
|12.||"Un Montón De Estrellas" (Performed by Juan Reyes - Eduardo Yáñez)||3:05|
|13.||"Yo Lo Comprendo" (Performed by Eva - María Sorté)||3:20|
|14.||"Pueden Decir" (Performed by Oscar Reyes - Jorge Salinas)||3:18|
|15.||"Golpes en el Corazón" (Performed by Vicente Robles - Vicente Fernandez, Jr.)||3:57|
|16.||"Noche de Ronda" (Performed by Don Agustin - Joaquín Cordero)||2:42|
|17.||"El Cable (Ven Papi)" (Performed by Rosario - Ninel Conde)||3:28|
|18.||"Si Quieres Verme Llorar" (Performed by Eva - María Sorté)||3:30|
|19.||"Para Siempre" (Tema Instrumental Telenovela Fuego En La Sangre - Performed by Mariachi Potros De Mexico De Miguel Dario)||2:48|
|20.||"Amor a Medias" (Performed by Sarita - Nora Salinas)||3:31|
|Timeslot||# Ep.||Premiere||Finale||Rank||Season||Rating average|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2009||TVyNovelas Awards||Best Telenovela of the Year||Fuego en la sangre||Won|
|Best Leading Actress||Adela Noriega||Nominated|
|Best Leading Actor||Eduardo Yáñez||Nominated|
|Best Female Antagonist||Diana Bracho||Won|
|Best Male Antagonist||Guillermo García Cantú||Won|
|Best Co-Star Actress||Patricia Reyes Spíndola||Won|
|Best Co-Star Actor||René Casados||Nominated|
|Best Original Story or Adaptation||Liliana Abud||Nominated|
|Best Direction||Miguel Córcega||Nominated|
|Best Direction of the Camaras||Manuel Barajas
Jesús Acuña Lee
|ACE Awards||Best Leading Actor||Eduardo Yáñez||Won|
|Best Supporting Actress||María Sorté||Won|
|Premios Bravo||Best Female Antagonist||Diana Bracho||Won|
|Best Male Antagonist||Guillermo García Cantú||Won|
|Premio Fama||Best Television Actress||Adela Noriega||Won|
|Premios Oye!||Best telenovela, movie or
TV series musical theme
|Resumen Anual de
|Telenovela of the Year||Fuego en la sangre||Won|
- "Bolivisión tiene ‘Fuego en la sangre’ desde hoy" (in Spanish). La Razón. October 1, 2012. Retrieved 05/02/2013. Check date values in:
- Fuego en la sangre
- "Sacan 'fuego' al rating" (in Spanish). elmanana.com.mx. 2008-01-24. Retrieved June 12, 2013.
- "Tiene final de telenovela 'rating abismal'" (in Spanish). sipse.com. September 5, 2012. Retrieved June 12, 2013.