Jane the Virgin (Venezuelan TV series)

(Redirected from Juana la Virgen)

Jane the Virgin (Spanish title: Juana la Virgen) is a 2002 Venezuelan telenovela written by Perla Farías and produced by RCTV.[4] It was distributed worldwide by RCTV International.[5]

Jane the Virgin
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Created byPerla Farías
Written by
  • Irene Calcaño
  • Germán Aponte
  • Perla Farías
  • Julio César Mármol
  • Cristina Policastro
  • Basilio Álvarez
Directed by
  • Nicolás Di Blasi
  • Tony Rodríguez
  • Otto Rodríguez
  • Perla Farías
Music byFrancisco Cabrujas
Opening theme"Sólo a tu lado quiero vivir" by Jyve V
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes153
Executive producerJhonny Pulido
ProducerHernando Faria
Production locationCaracas
  • Rolando Loewenstein
  • Rafael Marín
EditorAlexis Montero
Production companyRadio Caracas Televisión
DistributorRCTV International
Original networkRadio Caracas Televisión
Picture formatNTSC
Original releaseMarch 14 (2002-03-14) –
October 16, 2002 (2002-10-16)

Daniela Alvarado and Ricardo Álamo star as the protagonists.[6] Roxana Díaz, Norkys Batista and Eduardo Serrano play the antagonists.[7]


Seventeen-year-old Juana Perez (Daniela Alvarado) is a bright student with a college scholarship to study journalism in the United States. During a routine medical checkup, she becomes pregnant by artificial insemination due to a hospital error. The father of the baby is discovered to be Mauricio de la Vega (Ricardo Álamo), the owner of Positivo fashion magazine. Years before, Mauricio suffered from a chronic illness and after recovering, he had his semen stored in order to fulfill his dreams of having a child with his wife, Carlota Vivas (Roxana Díaz). After learning of the hospital error, Mauricio tries to find the girl who could possibly be carrying his child and his only hope of becoming a father.

When her pregnancy is discovered and causes a scandal, Juana leaves school and finds a job as a photographer at Positivo. She begins to get close to Mauricio while working there, and he begins to fall in love with her, especially after discovering she is the mother of his child. Carlota's inability to give Mauricio a child and the possibility that Juana will take him away from her leads her to do everything possible to keep Mauricio and Juana separated.

Mauricio's business partner, Francisco Rojas (Saul Marin), disappears during Positivo magazine's party, leaving his wife Desirée alone and penniless.

Rogelio Vivas, Carlota's father who owns shares in Positivo, is secretly planning to take over the business from Mauricio and frame him for the death of Francisco. He becomes attracted to Desirée and tries to get close to her, much to the dismay of his wife Amparo. Desirée, who is friends with Carlota, stays at her house, and becomes infatuated with Mauricio.[8]




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  2. ^ "'Jane The Virgin' Trailer and Official Synopsis: The CW Presents Adaptation of 'Juana la Virgen'". Novela Lounge. May 15, 2014. Archived from the original on March 16, 2015. Retrieved September 27, 2014.
  3. ^ "Propagate Sets Host Of Local Format Deals For 'Jane The Virgin'; China, Korea, Israel Among Takers". Deadline Hollywood. 2019-10-15.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
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  5. ^ "RCTV (2002) Juana la Virgen". vencor.narod. Archived from the original on 19 September 2016. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  6. ^ "13 años después: Así luce la actriz que interpretó a "Juana La Virgen"" (in Spanish). biobiochile.cl. 27 December 2015. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  7. ^ "'Juana la virgen' Esta peculiar historia protagonizada por los venezolanos Daniela Alvarado y Ricardo Álamo" (in Spanish). teleprograma. 24 January 2017. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  8. ^ "Juana la Virgen – RCTV (2002)" (in Spanish). todotnv.com. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  9. ^ "CW To Adapt Venezuelan Telenovela 'Juana La Virgen' With Writer Jennie Snyder Urman And Producers Ben Silverman & Gary Pearl". deadline.com. 26 June 2013. Retrieved 16 March 2017.

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