Que te perdone Dios
Que te perdone Dios... yo no (English title: Ask God for Forgiveness... Not Me) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Angelli Nesma Medina for Televisa. It is the remake of the telenovela Abrázame muy fuerte, produced in 2000 and Rosa salvaje produced in 1987.
|Que te perdone Dios|
|Created by||Juan Carlos Alcalá|
|Screenplay by||Juan Carlos Alcalá|
|Creative director(s)||Denise Camargo|
|Theme music composer|
|Opening theme||"Aunque ahora estés con él" performed by Calibre 50|
|Country of origin||Mexico|
|No. of episodes||123|
|Executive producer(s)||Angelli Nesma Medina|
|Picture format||HDTV 1080i|
|Audio format||Stereophonic sound|
|First shown in||United States|
|Original release||January 19 –|
July 10, 2015
Zuria Vega, Mark Tacher and Rebecca Jones star as the protagonists, while Sergio Goyri, Sabine Moussier and Altaír Jarabo star as the antagonists, with special participation of María Sorté and René Strickler.
On July 18, 2015, Televisa confirmed that the soap opera would have a special one-hour, which debuted on July 25, 2015, under the title of ¡La historia que pudo haber sido!.
This is the story of Renata Flores del Angel (Irán Castillo, Rebecca Jones), a young woman from a wealthy family who falls for Pablo Ramos (Brandon Peniche), the foreman of the estate of her father. She knows it's a relationship that her father, Don Bruno Flores Riquelme (Eric del Castillo), would never approve, but when he learns that Renata is in love with Pablo, he threatens to kill him, not knowing that Renata is already pregnant with Pablo's daughter. Bruno banishes Renata and Macaria Rios (Alejandra García), the servant, to Real de San Andres, (San Miguel de Allende), the Guanajuato capital, to have the baby there. By the management of Fausto López Guerra (Sergio Goyri), little Abigail (Zuria Vega) comes back to the hacienda as Macaria's daughter.
Years pass and Renata, in order to be with her daughter, is forced to marry Fausto, an ambitious and cruel man who claims to love her. From then on, she acts as Abigail's godmother. Fausto provokes an accident in which Renata tries to escape with Abigail, causing Renata to lose her eyesight, and also takes command of Renata's fortune. Fausto is happy about the arrival of his nephew Mateo (Mark Tacher) to the hacienda. He is a young, handsome, and daring man who has recently completed his studies of medicine overland from Canada.
Mateo falls in love with Diana Montero (Altaír Jarabo), without knowing that she is the lover of his uncle. When Fausto finds out about this relationship, he opposes it and separates Diana from his nephew. Meanwhile, from the moment she meets Mateo, Abigail falls in love with him; the two end up together, provoking hate in Diana who, along with Fausto, tries to separate the young couple. They achieve the separation of the two lovers, but they aren't able to destroy the love that Abigail and Mateo feel for each other.
Mateo finally has his teacher, friend, and specialist in ophthalmology review Renata's case of blindness to see if he can operate on her. Dr. Patricio Duarte (Rene Strickler) secretly falls in love with Renata and has a great interest in helping Renata recover her sight again. The two form a very special friendship and love despite Renata's marriage to Fausto.
- Zuria Vega as Abigaíl Ríos / Abigaíl Ramos Flores
- Fernanda Sasse as Young Abigaíl
- Mark Tacher as Mateo López–Guerra Fuentes
- Sergio Goyri as Fausto López–Guerra
- Erik Díaz as Young Fausto
- Rebecca Jones as Renata Flores del Angel de López–Guerra
- Sabine Moussier as Macaria Rios
- Alejandra García as Young Macaria
- Maria Sorte as Helena Fuentes Vda. de López–Guerra
- Regina Blandon as Young Helena
- Rene Strickler as Dr. Patricio Duarte
- Altair Jarabo as Diana Montero
Also as main castEdit
- Ana Bertha Espín as Doña Constanza del Ángel Vda. de Flores
- Ferdinando Valencia as Diego Múñoz
- Alejandro Ávila as Lucio Ramírez
- Christian Vega as Young Lucio
- Manuel Ojeda as Melitón Ramos
- Dacia González as Vicenta Múñoz
- Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez as Simona Sánchez
- Ana Patricia Rojo as Efigenia de la Cruz y Ferreria
- Fabián Robles as Julio Acosta / Julián Montero
- Laisha Wilkins as Ximena Negrete de Zarazúa / Daniela Negrete
- Eric del Castillo as Don Bruno Flores Riquelme
- Brandon Peniche as Pablo Barragán Ramos 
- Alejandra Ávalos as Mía Montero
- Moises Arizmendi as Porfirio Zarazúa
- Antonio Medellín as Padre Francisco Ojeda Bernal
- Alejandra Procuna as Eduviges de la Cruz y Ferreria
- Raúl Olivo as Jaime Díaz "Motor"
- Óscar Bonfiglio as Marcelino
- Julio Mannino as Benito
- Myrrha Saavedra as Amanda Rios
- Carlos Athié as Maximiliano "Max" Ramírez Zarazúa
- Héctor Saez as Comandante Efrain Barragán
- Adriano Zendejas as Antonio "Toño" Sánchez
- Santiago Hernández as Alfredo "Fredy" Sánchez
- Rafael Amador as Cantinero
- Iván Caraza as Mano Negra
- José María Galeano as Padre Tomás Ojeda Bernal
- Alejandra Robles Gil as Teodora
- Daniela Basso as Juanita
- Lakshmi Picazo as Nieves
- Ricardo Franco as Gerardo López–Guerra
Will premiere on 19 January 2015 on Univision with a total of 3.0 million viewers.
|Timeslot (ET/PT)||No. of
|Monday to Friday 7:15PM||116||February 16, 2015||19.2||July 26, 2015||19.1|
|1.||"Aunque ahora estés con él"||Calibre 50|
|3.||"Mi mujer"||Ernesto D'Alessio|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2015||Presea Luminaria de Oro 2015||Best Actress||Ana Patricia Rojo||Won|
|2015 Premios Juventud||Favorite Male Actor||Mark Tacher||Nominated|
|Favorite Female Actress||Zuria Vega||Nominated|
|Best Theme Novelero||"Aunque ahora estés con él"||Won|
|2016||34th TVyNovelas Awards||Best Actress||Zuria Vega||Nominated|
|Best Antagonist Actor||Alejandro Avila||Nominated|
|Best Leading Actress||Ana Bertha Espín||Nominated|
|Best Young Lead Actress||Alejandra García||Nominated|
|Best Young Lead Actor||Brandon Peniche||Won|
|2016 Premios Juventud||Favorite Male Actor||Sergio Goyri||Nominated|
|Favorite Female Actress||Zuria Vega||Nominated|
|Best Theme Novelero||"Aunque ahora estés con él"||Nominated|
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