Sin senos sí hay paraíso

Sin senos sí hay paraíso, also known as Sin tetas sí hay paraíso in Colombia,[2] is a Spanish-language telenovela that premiered on Telemundo on 19 July 2016. The telenovela is created by Gustavo Bolívar, based on the book Sin tetas sí hay paraíso,[3] and in turn is a sequel to Sin senos no hay paraíso, and it is produced by Fox Telecolombia and Telemundo Studios for Telemundo, and distributed by Telemundo Internacional.[4][5][6]

Sin senos sí hay paraíso
Created byGustavo Bolívar
Based onSin tetas sí hay paraíso
by Gustavo Bolívar
Directed byDiego Mejía Montes
Creative directors
  • Rosario Lozano
  • Jonny Torres
Music by
Opening themeSee below
Country of originUnited States
Original languageSpanish
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes240 (list of episodes)
Executive producerConsuelo Corrales
ProducerNelson Martínez
  • Jaime Andrés Duque
  • Andrés García
EditorGabriel Gonzalez Balli
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time44 minutes[1]
Production companies
Original release
Release19 July 2016 (2016-07-19) –
present (present)

The series revolves around a high school student, Catalina Marín (Carolina Gaitán), and her sister Catalina Santana (Carmen Villalobos), two sisters who despite their financial adversities show that it is not necessary to resort to prostitution, drug trafficking and breast surgery in order to live well.

On 9 May 2019, Telemundo announced a spin-off series titled El final del paraíso that premiered on 13 August 2019, and ended on 9 December 2019. The spin-off marks the beginning of a new era of the series.[7][8]

On 25 January 2023, Telemundo announced at their 2023 lineup presentation that the series had been renewed for a fourth season.[9]


SeriesEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
19019 July 2016 (2016-07-19)28 November 2016 (2016-11-28)
28725 July 2017 (2017-07-25)28 November 2017 (2017-11-28)
36312 June 2018 (2018-06-12)[10]10 September 2018 (2018-09-10)

Season 1 (2016)


The series begins when Doña Hilda Santana (Catherine Siachoque), who is pregnant, receives the news of the death of her daughter Catalina "La Grande" (Carmen Villalobos), sending her into premature labor with her second daughter, Catalina "La Pequeña" (Carolina Gaitán). When Catalina (Carolina Gaitán) is born, her father Albeiro Marín (Fabián Ríos) and mother Hilda Santana fear she will share her late older sister's fate, as most of the young women in their neighborhood have historically become involved with prostitution and organized crime. In order to protect their daughter, Albeiro and Hilda paint a yellow boundary line outside of their home, forbidding Catalina from crossing it until she turns 18. Catalina then falls in love with a boy named Hernán Darío (Juan Pablo Urrego). After witnessing an attack upon Hernán Darío by Yésica Beltrán's (Majida Issa) bodyguards, Catalina crosses the yellow line to defend him. Hilda and Albeiro intervene to defend their daughter and are apprehended by the bodyguards. Yésica, resentful of Hilda, Albeiro, and Catalina, then orders her men to plant jewelry in Hilda's house in order to incriminate them for a crime they didn't commit. The police, by Yésica's orders, arrest Hernán Darío, Catalina, Doña Hilda, and Albeiro, incarcerating them in different prisons. Catalina is sent to an institution for juvenile girls , where she is beaten and abused by the fellow inmates and guards and nearly drowned under Yésica Beltrán's (Majida Issa) orders. Hernán Darío is beaten and humiliated as well until Yésica and her daughter Daniela (Johanna Fadul) force him to work for them, threatening to hurt his mother, his in-laws and Catalina. Albeiro, along with fellow inmate David, plot to break out of prison in order to escape. Journalist Daniel Cerón helps Catalina and her parents escape, but Hernán Darío, convinced that Catalina is still in prison and in danger, agrees to work for Yésica's daughter Daniela. Daniela, deeply infatuated with Hernán Darío and viciously jealous of his relationship with Catalina, continually attempts to seduce Hernán Darío while he works for her mother.

Season 2 (2017)


The second season tells the story and the return of Catalina Santana (Carmen Villalobos), the eldest daughter of Doña Hilda Santana (Catherine Siachoque). Catalina was hiding for 20 years after allegedly being murdered, but actually worked as a TEA agent. During all the years of her supposed disappearance, she made her life next to Santiago Sanín (Roberto Manrique) a doctor with whom she had two children Mariana (Stephania Duque) and Sebastián (Johan Esteban Díaz). During her return Catalina is trapped in a world of feeling and guilt for her family, since her return would cause great tragedies and dislikes, especially in Albeiro (Fabián Ríos) who was previously her boyfriend, and for whom she will not know if she still feels something and her mother; who left her and cheated with Albeiro. Catalina meets her other sister Catalina Marín Santana (Carolina Gaitán) and her boyfriend Hernán Dario (Juan Pablo Urrego), with whom she joins to end with La Diabla (Majida Issa) and her daughter Daniela (Johanna Fadul), who will do everything possible to destroy the Santana family.

Season 3 (2018)


The time has come to choose the most beautiful girl in the region. The catwalk has become a battlefield. The support of the Marín family towards Catalina La Pequeña (Carolina Gaitán) and Yésica Beltrán (Majida Issa) towards her daughter is immense since she is willing to do anything to see her daughter Daniela (Johanna Fadul) crowned as queen of the region. Yésica, who attends the event in disguise of her sister, has come in contact with the juries and seeks to bribe them to tilt their vote in favor of Daniela. But Catalina La Pequeña one stands out not only for her beauty but for her intelligence. The result of this contest will define the course of their lives. The relationship of Catalina La Pequeña and Hernán Darío (Juan Pablo Urrego) is threatened by Mariana's obsession. She will give birth to a beautiful girl and continue to claim that she is the daughter of Hernán Darío. Catalina La Pequeña doubt of the paternity of Hernán Darío and will do everything in his power to decipher the identity of the true father. It will not be an easy battle and Mariana will do everything possible to snatch the love of her life to Catalina La Pequeña.

On the other hand, the fearsome curse of the witch Abigail materializes. Catalina La Grande (Carmen Villalobos) and her friends know that their daughters are in danger. Adriana, Vanessa's daughter died, as did Martina, Paola's daughter, and now Catalina La Grande will have to redouble her efforts to take care of Mariana, while Ximena will take care of the steps of her daughter, Valentina. In this battle against evil they will have many allies but there is no lack of enemies.[11]


Actor Character Seasons
1 2 3 El final del paraíso
Main characters
Catherine Siachoque Hilda Santana Main
Fabián Ríos Albeiro Marín Main
Carolina Gaitán Catalina Marín Main
Juan Pablo Urrego Hernán Darío Main
Johanna Fadul Daniela Barrera Main Guest Does not appear
Majida Issa
  • Yésica Beltrán "La Diabla" (s. 1–4)
  • Valeria Montes (s. 3–4)[a]
Main Does not appear
Jordana Issa Does not appear Recurring[b] Guest[c] Does not appear
Kimberly Reyes Does not appear Guest Main
César Mora Marcial Barrera Main Guest Does not appear
Juan Pablo Llano Daniel Cerón Main Guest Main
Juan Sebastián Calero Octavio Rangel Main Guest Does not appear
Luigi Aicardi Aníbal Manrique Main Does not appear
Vicky Hernández Aurora Banegas Main Recurring Guest Does not appear
Dagoberto Gama Gato Gordo Main Does not appear
Gregorio Pernía Aurelio Jaramillo "El Titi" Recurring Main
Francisco Bolívar José Luis Vargas "Jota" Recurring Main
Carmen Villalobos Catalina Santana Guest Main
Roberto Manrique Santiago Sanín Does not appear Main
Juan Alfonso Baptista Martín Cruz Does not appear Main Does not appear
Javier Jattin Tony Campana Does not appear Main Does not appear
Juan Pablo Gamboa Mano Negra Does not appear Recurring Main
Mauricio Cujar Sombra Does not appear Main
Stephania Duque Mariana Sanín Does not appear Recurring Main
Elianis Garrido Dayana Muriel Does not appear Recurring Main
Estefanía Gómez Vanessa Salazar Recurring Main
Linda Baldrich Natalia Does not appear Main
Manuel Gómez Esteban Calvo Recurring Main
Alejandra Pinzón Paola Pizarro Guest Recurring Main
Martín Karpan Salvatore Miranda Does not appear Main
Mauricio Mauad Moncho Does not appear Main
Leonardo Acosta Alfonso Berrio Does not appear Main
Alejandro Martínez Roberto Conde Does not appear Main
Recurring characters
Jennifer Arenas Valentina Fonseca Recurring
Diana Isabel Acevedo Adriana Salazar Recurring Guest Does not appear
Joselyn Gallardo Martina Pizarro Recurring Does not appear
Carolina Sepúlveda Ximena Fonseca Recurring Does not appear
Marilyn Patiño Lucía Barrios Recurring Does not appear
Alejandra Ávila Celia Morán Recurring Does not appear
Óscar Salazar Capitán Pérez Recurring Does not appear
Jonathan Cabrera Carlos Mario Recurring Does not appear
Sain Castro David Herrera Recurring Does not appear
Luces Velásquez Imelda Beltrán Recurring Guest Does not appear
José Omar Murillo Pelambre Recurring Guest Does not appear
Luisa Fernanda Giraldo Paula Bayona Recurring Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Jairo Ordoñez Mugroso Recurring Does not appear
Julián Bustamante Martín Herrera Recurring Does not appear
Félix Mercado Franklin Recurring Does not appear
Julián Beltrán Pipe Recurring Does not appear
Luis Fernando Montoya Medicina Recurring Does not appear
Miriam Lanzoni Belén Recurring Does not appear
Laura García López Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Esmeralda Pinzón Sandra Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Michelle Manterola Flavia Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Johan Esteban Díaz
  • Child Sesbatián Sanín (s. 2–3)
  • Young Sebastián Sanín (s. 4)
Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Carlos Baez Does not appear Recurring[12]
Eileen Roca Zoraya Does not appear Recurring
Sebastián Moya Mateo Sanín Fuentes Does not appear Recurring
Gloria Pinilla Mirta Muriel Does not appear Recurring
Margarita Torres Lizeth Muriel Does not appear Recurring
Álvaro Benet Miguel Díaz Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Luis Fernando Bohórquez Coronel Granados Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Daniel Serna Cabra Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Abril Schreiber Claudia Romero Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Julián Farietta Gatillo Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Gisella Aboumrad Mayra Contreras Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Juan Diego Sánchez Bayron Santana Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Juan Ángel Esparza Carmelo Villa Does not appear Recurring
Patricia Maldonado Abigail Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Mauricio Mejía Carlos Jaramillo Does not appear Recurring
Alejandra Monsalve Sandra Does not appear Recurring
Ricardo Leguízamo Álvaro Mendieta Does not appear Recurring
Juan David Galindo Rocco Candela Does not appear Recurring
Andrea Pita Laura Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Michelle Rouillard Ana Paula Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Marianela González Emilia Vallejo Does not appear Recurring[13]
  1. ^ This was the name Kimberly Reyes used to introduce herself in the series, before playing La Diabla.
  2. ^ In season two, she played Amparo Beltrán, Yésica's sister who lived in Venezuela.
  3. ^ In this season, Jordana Issa played the character during some episodes, because Majida could not use the products that were used for her character's burn.


Viewership and ratings per season of Sin senos sí hay paraíso
Season Episodes First aired Last aired Avg. viewers
Date Viewers
Date Viewers
1 90 19 July 2016 (2016-07-19) 2.47[14] 28 November 2016 (2016-11-28) 4.05[15] TBD TBD
2 87 25 July 2017 (2017-07-25) 1.83[16] 28 November 2017 (2017-11-28) 2.03[17] TBD TBD
3 63 12 June 2018 (2018-06-12) 1.68[18] 10 September 2018 (2018-09-10)[19] 1.69[20] 1.43 TBD



The series is based on the book "Sin tetas sí hay paraíso" written by Gustavo Bolívar, who previously wrote "Sin tetas no hay paraíso".[21] The series is known in Colombia as "Sin tetas si hay paraíso".[22]



The character of Yésica Beltrán, La Diabla, was originally interpreted by María Fernanda Yepes in Sin senos no hay paraíso, but she did not return for the sequel due to scheduling conflicts and personal reasons.[23][24] Due to this, Majida Issa was cast to take over the role.[25]
Carmen Villalobos was confirmed to reprise her role from the first installment of the series through a "special appearance" in flashback sequences.[26] For the final episode of the first season of "Sin senos sí hay paraíso", the actress appeared again, bringing Catalina Santana back to life, and setting up the stage to continue as a main protagonist in the second season of the renewed series.[27] Carolina Gaitán and Juan Pablo Urrego, who play Catalina "la pequeña" and Hernán Darío, had previously worked together on other projects.[28][29]
This continuation to Sin senos no hay paraíso features several actors from the first series reprising their role, such as Francisco Bolívar, Alejandra Pinzón, Carolina Sepúlveda, Gregorio Pernía, Fabián Ríos, Catherine Siachoque and César Mora.[30]


Sin senos sí hay paraíso
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
ReleasedAugust 6, 2016 (2016-08-06)
LabelFour Notes
Singles from Sin senos sí hay paraíso
  1. "Sin Blin Blin No Hay Paraíso"
    Released: October 4, 2017 (2017-10-04)[31]

The first soundtrack of the series, titled Sin senos sí hay paraíso, was released on August 6, 2016.[32]

Track listing
1."La Raya" (Nicolás Tovar & Robert Taylor)3:19
2."Vendetta" (Nicolás Tovar & Robert Taylor)3:12
3."Chica Mala" (Dennis Fernando & Robert Taylor)3:26
4."Me Dicen Diabla" (Fanny Lu)4:05
5."Tu Amor Es Mi Piel" (La India)4:12
6."Dos Soles" (Robert Taylor & Nicolás Tovar)3:14
7."Sin Blin Blin No Hay Paraíso" (Nicolás Tovar & Robert Taylor)3:07
8."El Gato Gordo" (Nicolás Tovar)3:38
9."Ganó la Esperanza" (Pipe Bueno)3:20
10."Muchachita Consentida" (Nicolás Tovar)3:07
Total length:34:00
Other songs not included in the album
1."Estar Contigo" (Dennis Fernando, Nicolás Tovar & Robert Taylor)3:15
2."Nunca Me Fui" (Dennis Fernando & Alejandra)3:44

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated Result
2017 Miami Life Awards[33] Best Female Lead in a Telenovela Carolina Gaitán Won[33]
Best Male Lead in a Telenovela Fabián Ríos Won[33]
Best Supporting Actress Johanna Fadul Nominated[33]
Best Supporting Actor Juan Pablo Llano Won[33]
Best telenovela Sin senos sí hay paraíso Nominated[33]
Your World Awards[34][35] Favorite Series Sin senos sí hay paraíso Nominated[34][35]
Favorite Lead Actor Fabián Ríos Nominated[34][35]
Favorite Lead Actress Carolina Gaitán Nominated[34][35]
Catherine Siachoque Nominated[34][35]
The Best Bad Girl Majida Issa Won[34][35]
Favorite Actor Juan Pablo Urrego Won[34][35]
Favorite Actress Catherine Siachoque Nominated[34][35]
The Perfect Couple Juan Pablo Urrego and Carolina Gaitán Nominated[34][35]
I'm Sexy and I know it Carmen Villalobos Won[34][35]
Juan Pablo Llano Nominated[34][35]
Majida Issa Nominated[34][35]
The Best Actor with Bad Luck Carolina Gaitán Won[34][35]
26th TVyNovelas Awards Colombia[36] Favorite series Sin senos sí hay paraíso Nominated[36]
Best Favorite Female Lead in a Serie Carolina Gaitán Nominated[36]
Best Favorite Female Villain in a Serie Johana Fadul Nominated[36]
Majida Issa Nominated[36]
Best Favorite Female Supporting Actress in a Serie Catherine Siachoque Nominated[36]
Best Favorite Male Supporting Actor in a Serie Fabián Ríos Nominated[36]
Favorite writer of telenovelas or series Gustavo Bolívar Nominated[36]
Produ Awards[37][38] Writer - Series, Superseries or Telenovela of the Year Gustavo Bolívar Won[37]
Telenovela of the Year Sin senos sí hay paraíso Nominated[37]
2018 46th International Emmy Awards[39] Best Non-English Language U.S. Primetime Program Sin senos sí hay paraíso Nominated[40]


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