Tierra de reyes

Tierra de reyes (English: Land of Honor),[2] is an American telenovela premiered on Telemundo on December 2, 2014, and concluded on July 27, 2015. The telenovela is created by the Venezuelan author Rossana Negrín, based on the Colombian-American drama written by Julio Jiménez, entitled Pasión de Gavilanes.[3] Produced by Telemundo Studios, and distributed by Telemundo Internacional.

Tierra de reyes
Official poster of Tierra de reyes.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Created byRossana Negrín
Based onPasión de Gavilanes
by Julio Jiménez
Written by
  • Basilio Álvarez
  • Illay Eskinazi
  • Yutzil Martínez
Directed by
  • Luis Manzo
  • Ricardo Schwarz
Creative directorPedro De Larrechea
Starring
Theme music composer
  • Alexis Estiz
  • Alberto Slezynger
  • Vinicio Ludovic
Opening theme"Mi reina" by Ender Thomas
Country of originUnited States
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes160
Production
Executive producers
ProducerAimee Godinez
Cinematography
  • Joseph Martínez
  • Argemiro Saavedra
EditorEllery Albarran
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time50 minutes[1]
Production companyTelemundo Studios
DistributorTelemundo Internacional
Release
Original networkTelemundo
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseDecember 2, 2014 (2014-12-02) –
July 27, 2015 (2015-07-27)
Chronology
Preceded byReina de corazones
Followed byBajo el mismo cielo
Related shows
External links
Website

It stars Aarón Díaz, Gonzalo García Vivanco and Christian de la Campa as the Rey Gallardo Leon brothers, and Ana Lorena Sánchez, Kimberly Dos Ramos and Scarlet Gruber as the Del Juncos sisters, along to Sonya Smith and Fabián Ríos.[4]

PlotEdit

Set in Houston, Texas, the story of the humble and hardworking Gallardo brothers' quest for vengeance against the wealthy and powerful del Junco family. When the body of young, beautiful, and pregnant Alma Gallardo is found in the Houston River, her brothers Arturo, Samuel, and Flavio believe the family of her lover Ignacio del Junco is to blame. Taking the last name "Rey" to disguise their identity, the brothers begin to work as laborers at the sprawling del Junco horse ranch to get closer to their enemy. With Ignacio already dead and learning how their beloved sister was mistreated by Ignacio's family, the brothers set out for revenge against Ignacio's widow, Cayetana, and her daughters Sofía, Irina, and Andrea. Their desire for vengeance and justice becomes more complicated when the Gallardo brothers and the del Junco sisters begin to develop genuine feelings for each other. Complicating matters further is Sofía's scheming, opportunist husband and an arms smuggler who will stop at nothing to have the del Junco ranch. The truth about the identity of the brothers becomes known to the del Junco family and Cayetana develops hatred towards the Gallardo brothers. Matters worsen when Cayetana learns that Arturo is the one responsible for Sofia's pregnancy and becomes determined to see the brothers' downfall.[5][6][7]

CastEdit

MainEdit

  • Aarón Díaz as Arturo Rey Gallardo; Sofía's second husband, Arturito's father, Flavio, Samuel, Alma and Verónica's elder brother.
  • Ana Lorena Sánchez as Sofía del Junco de Gallardo; Arturo's wife, Arturito's mother, Cayetana's eldest daughter, Andrea and Irina's elder sister.
  • Kimberly Dos Ramos as Irina del Junco de Gallardo; Flavio's wife, Cayetana's youngest daughter, Sofía and Andrea's younger sister.
  • Gonzalo García Vivanco as Flavio Rey Gallardo; Irina's husband, Arturo, Samuel, Alma and Verónica's brother.
  • Scarlet Gruber as Andrea del Junco de Gallardo; Samuel's second wife, Cayetana's second daughter, Sofía and Irina's sister. Though Andrea has her mother's temperament, she cannot help falling for Samuel and nearly suffered a mental breakdown when she learned he was marrying Beatriz.
  • Christian de la Campa as Samuel Rey Gallardo; Andrea's husband, Beatriz's widower, Patricia's ex-lover, Arturo, Flavio, Alma and Verónica's brother.
  • Sonya Smith as Cayetana Belmonte del Junco; Sofía, Andrea and Irina's mother, Leonardo's former wife. An arrogant woman who cruelly insulted and mistreated Alma, she develops a fierce burning hatred for the Gallardo brothers and is determined to destroy them at whatever cost, which blinds her to reason and the real enemy.
  • Fabián Ríos as Leonardo Montalvo; Sofía and Cayetana's ex husband and a scheming, despicable opportunist (antagonist).
  • Daniela Navarro as Patricia Rubio; a famous night club singer and Samuel's former lover who betrayed him and married Ulises.
  • Omar Germenos as Emilio Valverde; family friend of the Del Juncos, Isadora's adopted father, and a dangerous arms trafficker and mob boss.
  • Adriana Lavat as Soledad Flores de Gallardo; The Del Junco sisters' nanny/mother figure, Verónica's biological mother and José Antonio Gallardo's second wife.
  • Eduardo Victoria as Néstor Fernández, the police chief who is friendly with the Gallardos and handles most of the investigations.
  • Joaquín Garrido as Don Felipe Belmonte del Junco; Cayetana's wheelchair-bound father and a retired army general, who detests Montalvo from the start.
  • Cynthia Olavarría as Isadora Valverde; Emilio's daughter, obsessed with Arturo. She later discovers that her mother is still alive, and that Valverde is not her real father.
  • Isabella Castillo as Alma "Reina" Gallardo / Verónica Saldívar Gallardo de Martínez; Alma is the Reyes' brothers dead sister and later Verónica appeared and is revealed to be the Reyes' brothers half-sister from their father's side which explains Alma and Verónica's resemblance.
  • Diana Quijano as Beatriz Alcázar de la Fuente; Samuel's late wife and a kind-hearted, wealthy society lady.
  • Ricardo Kleinbaum as Ulises Matamoros; Patricia's husband who works for Emilio. He is jealous of Patricia's relationship with Samuel and makes a few attempts to have Samuel murdered.
  • Dad Dáger as Miranda Luján Saldívar; Verónica's adoptive mother and Cayetana's best friend
  • Alberich Bormann as Darío Luján; Irina's best friend/ex-fiancée and Miranda's nephew.
  • Roberto Plantier as Horacio Luján; Andrea's ex-boyfriend, Miranda's nephew.
  • Gabriel Rossi as Pablo Martínez; the Del Juncos' trusted foreman and Verónica's husband.
  • Gloria Mayo as Juana Ramírez.
  • José Ramón Blanch as Roger Molina.
  • Fabián Pizzorno as Octavio Saldívar.
  • Jessica Cerezo as Briggite Losada.
  • Sol Rodríguez as Lucía Crespo Ramírez.
  • Kary Musa as Candela Ríos, Patricia's friend and valet, who often disapproved of her fling with Samuel. She later becomes a club singer in her own right and develops a friendship with Don Felipe, whom she says reminds her of her own father.
  • Julio Ocampo as Tomás Crespo.
  • Orlando Miguel as Jack Malkovich, Valverde's henchman.
  • Fernando Pacanins as John Nicholson, Valverde's henchman.
  • Virginia Loreto as Nieves; the Del Juncos' trusted maid.
  • Giovanna del Portillo as Rocío Méndez; the Del Juncos' trusted maid, who loves Pablo and deeply resents Veronica's presence in his life.
  • Carmen Olivares as Matilde García.
  • Rodrigo Aragón as Mauricio Cabrera, Fernandez's second-in-command who later falls for Rocio.
  • Bárbara Garófalo as Linda Valverde; Emilio's niece.

Special guest starsEdit

  • Ana Sofía Durán as Child Irina.
  • Joanna Hernández as Child Sofía.
  • Macarena Oz as Child Andrea.
  • Ricardo Chávez as Ignacio del Junco; Cayetana's husband, Alma Gallardo's lover, Sofia, Andrea and Irina's father.
  • Guillermo Quintanilla as José Antonio Gallardo; Teresa's widower; Soledad's husband; Arturo, Samuel, Flavio, Alma and Veronica's father.
  • Cecilia Melman as Teresa León de Gallardo; José Antonio's first wife, Arturo, Samuel, Flavio and Alma's mother.
  • Viviana Ramos as Grace Varela, chief correspondent for Saldívar publications and Miranda's second-in-command.
  • Marissa del Portillo as Julia Ortiz, Isadora's mother who, after rejecting Emilio Valverde, is committed to a mental institution by him after he kills her husband (Isadora's biological father).
  • Damian Pastrana as Gustavo Mendez, Leonardo's trusted sidekick.

ProductionEdit

Production of the telenovela was announced in September 2014.[8] Filming began in Miami and Houston on October 22.[9] It is based on the Colombian telenovela Pasión de Gavilanes written by Julio Jiménez,[10] adapted by Rossana Negrín.[11]

RatingsEdit

Viewership and ratings per season of Tierra de reyes
Season Timeslot (ET) Episodes First aired Last aired Avg. viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
1 Mon–Fri 9pm/8c 160 December 2, 2014 (2014-12-02) 2.16[12] July 27, 2015 (2015-07-27) 2.39[13] TBD

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Association Category Nominated Result
2015 Miami Life Awards[14][15] Best Young Actress in a Telenovela Kimberly Dos Ramos Won[15]
Best Young Actor in a Telenovela Gabriel Rossi Nominated
Best Female Villain in a Telenovela Sonya Smith Won[15]
Best Male Villain in a Telenovela Fabián Ríos Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Telenovela Adriana Lavat Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Telenovela Omar Germenos Nominated
Best First Actress in a Telenovela Diana Quijano Nominated
Best First Actor in a Telenovela Ricardo Kleimbaun Nominated
Best Male Lead in a Telenovela Aarón Díaz Nominated
Best Telenovela Tierra de reyes Nominated
Premios Tu Mundo[16][17][18] Novela of the Year Tierra de reyes Won[18]
Favorite Lead Actor - Novela Gonzalo García Vivanco Nominated[18]
Christian de la Campa Won[18]
Aarón Díaz Nominated[18]
Favorite Lead Actress - Novela Scarlet Gruber Won[18]
Kimberly Dos Ramos Nominated[18]
Ana Lorena Sánchez Nominated[18]
The Best Bad Boy - Novela Omar Germenos Nominated[18]
Fabián Ríos Won[18]
The Best Bad Girl - Novela Sonya Smith Nominated[18]
Cynthia Olavarría Won[18]
Best Supporting Actress - Novela Adriana Lavat Nominated[18]
Daniela Navarro Won[18]
Best Supporting Actor - Novela Fabián Ríos Won[18]
The Perfect Couple - Novela Ana Lorena Sánchez and Aarón Díaz Nominated[18]
Kimberly Dos Ramos and Gonzalo García Vivanco Nominated[18]
Scarlet Gruber and Christian de la Campa Won[18]
I'm Sexy and I Know it Gonzalo García Vivanco Nominated[18]
Kimberly Dos Ramos Won[18]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Tierra de Reyes (Serie de TV)". filmaffinity.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 20 October 2017.
  2. ^ "Tierra de Reyes (Land of Honor)". telemundo.com (in Spanish). Telemundo Internacional. Retrieved 21 October 2017.
  3. ^ "Nova estrena 'Tierra de Reyes', el 'remake' de 'Pasión de gavilanes'". 20minutos.es (in Spanish). Retrieved 21 October 2017.
  4. ^ "FOTOS: Conoce a los protagonistas de "Tierra de Reyes"". tvboricuausa.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 21 October 2017.
  5. ^ "Telemundo planuje nową wersję "Gorzkiej zemsty"" (in Polish). Novela Polish. Archived from the original on September 23, 2014. Retrieved September 3, 2014.
  6. ^ "¡Bombazo! 'Tierra de Reyes', la revancha comienza ahora" (in Spanish). Ideal.es. Retrieved November 30, 2014.
  7. ^ "Promo, sinopsis y elenco de Tierra de Reyes, remake de la telenovela Pasión de Gavilanes" (in Spanish). Canallrgz. Retrieved November 30, 2014.
  8. ^ "La nueva producción de Telemundo "Tierra de Reyes" inicia grabaciones" [The new production of Telemundo "Land of Kings" starts recording] (in Spanish). TVnovelasmagazine. Retrieved October 22, 2014.
  9. ^ "Telemundo inicia la grabación de 'Tierra de Reyes', el remake de 'Pasión de gavilanes'" [Telemundo begins the recording of 'Land of Kings', the remake of "Passion of hawks"] (in Spanish). FórmulaTV. Retrieved October 24, 2014.
  10. ^ "Aarón Díaz, Gonzalo García y Christian de la Campa protagonizarán 'Tierra de Reyes'" [Aarón Díaz, Gonzalo García and Christian de la Campa star in 'Land of Kings'] (in Spanish). TVnotas. Retrieved October 22, 2014.
  11. ^ Telemundo Local. ""Tierra de Reyes", un deleite para los ojos" ["Land of Kings", a delight for the eyes] (in Spanish). Telemundo 47. Retrieved October 24, 2014.
  12. ^ "Telemundo's 'Tierra de Reyes' Reached 2.16 Million Total Viewers and 1.2 Million Adults 18-49 on Premiere Night". tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com. Tvbythenumbers. Archived from the original on 21 October 2017. Retrieved 21 October 2017.
  13. ^ "Telemundo's 'Tierra de Reyes' Finale Notches 2.39 Million Viewers". tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com. Tvbythenumbers. Archived from the original on 21 October 2017. Retrieved 21 October 2017.
  14. ^ "Miami Life Awards 2015". Retrieved January 5, 2015.
  15. ^ a b c "Miami Life Awards ganadores de 2015" (in Spanish). Retrieved February 15, 2015.
  16. ^ "Kimberly Dos Ramos y Gonzalo García Vivanco máximos nominados a Premios Tu Mundo 2015" (in Spanish). July 22, 2015. Retrieved July 28, 2015.
  17. ^ Telemundo Network. "Lista completa de los nominados a Premios Tu Mundo 2015". Telemundo (in Spanish). Retrieved July 23, 2015.
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t "Conoce a los ganadores de "Premios Tu Mundo 2015" de Telemundo". tvboricuausa.com (in Spanish). Retrieved August 21, 2015.

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