Mi corazón es tuyo (English title: My Heart is Yours[2]) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Juan Osorio for Televisa. The telenovela is an adaptation of the Spanish TV series Ana y los 7. It was adapted in Mexico by Alejandro Pohlenz, Marcia del Río, and Pablo Ferrer.[3]

Mi corazón es tuyo
Also known asMy Heart is Yours
Romantic comedy
Based onAna y los 7
by Ana Obregón
Written by
  • Pablo Ferrer García-Travesí
  • Ana Obregón
  • Alejandro Pohlenz
  • Ricardo Tejeda
  • Marcia del Río
Directed by
  • Jorge Fons
  • Lili Garza
  • Aurelio Ávila
  • Mauricio Manzano
Opening theme"Mi corazón es tuyo" by Kaay and Axel[1]
Ending theme"Todo tuyo" by Banda El Recodo
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes176 (list of episodes)
Executive producerJuan Osorio
  • Ignacio Ortiz
  • Roy Nelson Rojas
Production locations
  • Mauricio Manzano
  • Alejandro Álvarez
  • Gilberto Macin
Running time42-45 minutes
Original release
NetworkCanal de las Estrellas
ReleaseJune 30, 2014 (2014-06-30) –
March 1, 2015 (2015-03-01)

Silvia Navarro and Jorge Salinas[4][5] are the protagonists, while Mayrín Villanueva stars as the main antagonist[6] and Fabiola Campomanes is the co-protagonist.

Production of Mi corazón es tuyo officially started on April 21, 2014.[7]



Fernando Lascurain is a wealthy businessman and recent widower, attempting to raise his seven unruly children: Estefania "Fanny", Fernando "Nando", Alicia, Sebastian, Alex, Guille and Luz. He seeks the assistance of a new nanny, despite his children having driven away all the previous ones. He hires and falls in love with Ana Leal, a struggling exotic dancer who tries to hide her double life. Although Ana lacks experience and a refined education, she quickly bonds with the Lascurain children. Ana dreams of being a mother and also to find her lost-long mother, who left her in an orphanage at the age of three with only her beloved guitar, but when her home is destroyed following an accident, she must borrow money from her ruthless boss at "Chicago", the night club where she is secretly employed. When Fernando simultaneously falls for Ana and Isabela, an economist and sophisticated woman who is trained by her mother to marry a millionaire, he must choose between both women.[8][9]

Just when Fernando realizes he's in love with Ana, he decides to marry Isabela instead, who is pregnant and he believes that the baby is his, when the father is actually Enrique, a fellow employee from their company and Isabela's ex-lover who secretly hates Fernando.

Fernando and Isabela marry, much to his children's dismay and Ana's heartbreak, and she later finds solace with Diego, Fernando's brother. Time pass and Isabela and Fernando's marriage fails because he still has feelings for Ana, and also because Isabela mistreats Fernando's children and Ana, and he sees her true colors and divorces her.

Soon, after many efforts, he manages to reconcile with Ana and proposes to her and she accepts, but Isabela sets him up to discover Ana's double life in the Chicago club and feeling deceived, he angrily calls off their engagement.

However, after almost losing Ana to a vengeful and insane Enrique (who dies before he could reveal to Fernando that he was the real father of Isabela's son, Diego Nicolas), Fernado forgives her and despite Isabela's efforts to sabotage them, they get married and Ana gives birth to twin girls and live happily with their ten children, while Isabela ends up morbidly obese, poor and alone.



The telenovela is an adaptation of the original Spanish television series, Ana y los 7. Based on the original script by Ana Obregón, who wrote and starred in the original series, the remake was adapted by writers Alejandro Pohlenz, Marcia del Río, and Pablo Ferrer. Juan Osorio serves as executive producer. The production of the telenovela officially started on April 21, 2014, at a shopping mall in Metepec, Mexico, outside of Mexico City. Although the majority of filming is conducted on soundstages at Televisa San Ángel in Mexico City, additional scenes are also filmed throughout the state of Mexico, where its governor, Eruviel Ávila Villegas, met with the cast during one day of filming.[7][10] Some of the cast filmed scenes in Puerto Vallarta and a resort in Riviera Nayarit in late January 2015.[11]

Filming concluded in late February 2015. A free concert, serving as the telenovela's final episode, was filmed at La Bombonera stadium in Toluca, Mexico on February 21, 2015. The concert featured performances from Banda El Recodo, Daniela Romo, Axel, Kaay, Paulina Goto, Pablo Montero, and other special guests. The telenovela's finale is scheduled to air on March 1, 2015 in Mexico and March 27, 2015 in the US. Following the airing of the final episode on television, ten more additional episodes and three alternative endings will be available to stream on the telenovela's official episode, MiCorazonesTuyo.com.[12][13]



To promote the telenovela, a special viewing party, which included the presentation of the cast, crew, and a trailer of new scenes, was held for the media on June 24, 2014, at Televisa San Ángel. The event was also streamed exclusively online for fans on Televisa's official website of the telenovela.[14][15]



Many of the cast members, including Carmen Salinas, Juan Pablo Gil, Paulina Goto, and Rene Casados, auditioned for the program at the Televisa San Ángel studio in Mexico City on February 13, 2014. Their casting in the telenovela was officially confirmed later that same month.[16][17]

Theatre production


On February 6, 2015, producers revealed that a stage version of the telenovela had been commissioned due its popularity in Mexico. The cast rehearsed for the play while simultaneously filming final episodes for the telenovela. The play, based on a family friendly version of the show, will include all of the Lascuráin family members and special musical performances from the cast. Productions will be held throughout Mexico. The play debuted on March 6, 2015 in Puebla, Mexico. Additional performances are scheduled for venues in Guadalajara, Monterrey, Tampico, León, Mexico City, and other Mexican cities during March and April 2015.[18][19]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country and venue
Date City Country Venue
Leg 2 – Mexico[20]
April 2, 2015 Mexico City Mexico Centro Cultural Telmex Teatro 1[21]
April 3, 2015[a]
April 4, 2015[a]
April 5, 2015[a]
April 9, 2015
April 10, 2015
April 11, 2015[a]
April 12, 2015[a]
April 17, 2015
April 18, 2015[a]
April 19, 2015[a]
  1. ^ a b c d e f g Two opening acts.


Actor Character
Silvia Navarro[22] Ana Leal
Jorge Salinas Fernando Lascuráin[23]
Mayrín Villanueva Isabela Vázquez De Castro
Pablo Montero[24] Diego Lascuráin
Jorge Aravena[25] Ángel Altamirano
Adrián Uribe Juan "Johnny" Gutiérrez
Paulina Goto Estefanía "Fanny" Lascuráin Diez[23][26]
Carmen Salinas Yolanda De Castro Vázquez
Fabiola Campomanes Jennifer Rodríguez
Rafael Inclán[27] Nicolás Lascuráin
Polo Morín Fernando "Nando" Lascuráin Diez
Daniela Romo Herself
Marco Corleone Mike
Juan Pablo Gil León González[27][28]
René Casados Bruno Romero
Lisardo Guarinos Enrique Basurto
Diana Motta Pelna Obsada
Karla Gómez Estefanía Diez de Lascuráin
Emilio Osorio Sebastián Lascuráin Diez
Daniela Cordero Ximena Luján Landeros
Beatriz Morayra Manuela Limón
Isidora Vives Alicia Lascuráin Diez
José Pablo Alanís Guillermo "Guille" Lascuráin Diez
Manuel Alanís Alejandro "Alex" Lascuráin Diez
Isabella Tena Luz Lascuráin Diez
Ana García Obregón Herself
Karla Farfán Laura

Mexico broadcast


Following its premiere on June 30, 2014, the program earned a 22.8 in ratings for its 8 p.m. time slot. It was the second highest rated telenovela of the evening on Canal de las Estrellas, following the telenovela, Lo que la vida me robó.[29]

On June 30, 2014, Canal de las Estrellas began broadcasting Mi corazón es tuyo weeknights at 8:25pm, replacing Qué pobres tan ricos. The last episode was broadcast on March 1, 2015, with Amores con trampa replacing it the following day.[30]

Timeslot (ET/PT) No. of
Premiered Ended
Date Premiere
Date Finale
Monday to Friday 8:20PM 176 June 30, 2014 22.8[29] March 1, 2015[31] 27.9[32]

United States broadcast


During its premiere week from July 21 to July 25 on Univision, the telenovela was watched by 8.4 million viewers, earning Univision the #1 spot a broadcast network for viewers aged 18 to 34 in the 8 p.m.time slot.[33]

Univision began broadcasting Mi corazón es tuyo on July 21, 2014, weeknights at 8pm/7c, replacing one hour of De que te quiero, te quiero.[34] The last episode was broadcast on March 27, 2015, with Amores con trampa replacing it on March 30, 2015.



Some songs from the telenovela are composed by Jorge Eduardo Murguía and Mauricio Arriaga.[35][36] The song "Te tengo y no" was written by America Sierra and performed by Pablo Montero.[37] "Maquina del tiempo" is a song performed by Abraham Batarse who also acts in the telenovela.[38]

Track Song Singer(s) Running time References
1 "Mi corazón es tuyo" Kaay and Axel 3:18 [39]
2 "Llévame despacio" Paulina Goto 4:26 [40]
3 "Volveremos a ser" Los niños
4 "Todos en la cocina" Silvia Navarro and Los niños
5 "Te tengo y no" Pablo Montero
6 "Maquina del tiempo" Abraham Batarse 4:11
7 "De cabeza" Poncho and Valeria 3:24 [41]
8 "Shalala" La Klave [42]
9 "Yo voy contigo" Brisa Carrillo 2:07 [43]
10 "Ahora quién" Marc Anthony
11 "Nunca dije" Kaay 3:02 [44]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated Result
2014 Premios People en Español[45] Best Actress Silvia Navarro Won[45]
Galanazo del año Jorge Salinas Nominated[45]
Best on-screen chemistry Silvia Navarro and Jorge Salinas Nominated[45]
Best Female Antagonist Mayrín Villanueva Nominated[45]
Best telenovela Mi corazón es tuyo Nominated[45]
2015 33rd TVyNovelas Awards[46][47] and
Favoritos del Público TVyNovelas Awards[48]
Best Telenovela of the Year My Heart is Yours Won
Best Lead Actor Jorge Salinas Nominated
Best Female Antagonist Mayrín Villanueva Nominated
Best Young Lead Actress Paulina Goto Won
Best Young Lead Actor Juan Pablo Gil Nominated
Best First Actor René Casados Nominated
Best Cast Mi corazón es tuyo Nominated
Best Musical Theme "Mi corazón es tuyo" by Axel and Kaay Won
Favorite Couple Silvia Navarro and Jorge Salinas Nominated
Slap Favorite Mayrín Villanueva and Silvia Navarro Nominated
Best Kiss Silvia Navarro and Jorge Salinas Nominated
Best Smile Paulina Goto Won
The Most Handsome Jorge Salinas Nominated
The Prettiest Silvia Navarro Nominated
Favorite Villains Mayrín Villanueva Nominated
Favorite Final Mi corazón es tuyo Won
Premios Juventud[49][50] Favorite Male Actor Jorge Salinas Won[50][49]
Favorite Female Actress Paulina Goto Nominated[49][50]
Favorite Female Actress Silvia Navarro Won[49][50]
Best Theme Novelero "Mi corazón es tuyo" by Axel and Kaay Nominated[49][50]
Kids Choice Awards México[51][52] Favorite Actor Polo Morín Won[51][52]
Favorite Actress Paulina Goto Won[52][51]
Favorite Revelation Emilio Osorio Marcos Nominated[52][51]
Favorite Revelation Juan Pablo Gil Nominated[52][51]
Favorite Revelation Isabella Tena Won[52][51]
Favorite Song "Llévame despacio" by Paulina Goto Nominated[52][51]
Favorite Program or Series Mi corazón es tuyo Nominated[52][51]
2016 Premios ASCAP Song of the Year: Television Axel and Kaay Nominated[53]

See also



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