Zacatillo, un lugar en tu corazón

Zacatillo, un lugar en tu corazón (English title: Zacatillo, A New Beginning)[1][2] is a Spanish-language Mexican Dark Comedy satire telenovela produced by Lucero Suárez for Televisa in 2010.[3][4][5]

Zacatillo, un Lugar en tu corazón
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GenreTelenovela
Comedy
Created byPedro Pablo Quintanilla
Written byCarmen Sepúlveda
Edwin Valencia
Luis Reynoso
Lucero Suárez
Julián Aguilar
Directed byGastón Tuset
Claudia Elisa Aguilar
StarringIngrid Martz
Jorge Aravena
Laura Zapata

Theme music composerTavo Lara
Jorge Domingez
Opening themeHasta mi último día performed by La Original Banda Limon
Zacatillo performed by La Original Banda Limon
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes130
Production
Executive producerLucero Suárez
ProducerÁngel Villaverde
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Locations
Atlixco, Puebla, Mexico
Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
Las Estacas, Morelos, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
CinematographyVíctor Soto
Gilberto Macín
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture format480i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Audio formatDolby Digital 5.1
Original releaseFebruary 1 (2010-02-01) –
July 30, 2010 (2010-07-30)
Chronology
Preceded byCamaleones
Followed byTeresa

Ingrid Martz and Jorge Aravena starred as protagonists, while Laura Zapata and Carmen Becerra starred as antagonists. Patricia Navidad, Arath de la Torre, Mariana Karr, Alejandro Ibarra and Arleth Terán starred as stellar performances.[6]

HistoryEdit

Univision aired single episodes of Zacatillo weekdays, from May 10, 2011 to August 5, 2011 at 3pm/2pm central, replacing Mar de amor. From August 8, 2011 to October 17, 2011, Zacatillo aired double episodes at 2pm/1pm central weekdays on Univision with Ni contigo ni sin ti replacing it October 18, 2011.

From September 6, 2011 to October 17, 2011, Esperanza del Corazón replaced one hour of Zacatillo at 2pm central, and aired at 3pm central. From March 19 to September 17, 2013, Univision broadcast reruns of Zacatillo, un lugar en tu corazón every Tuesday to Saturday mornings at 1am/12c, replacing Mar de amor. The last episode was broadcast on September 17, 2013 at 1am/12c, with Ni contigo ni sin ti replacing it.

SynopsisEdit

Karla (Ingrid Martz) is an actress and singer, who decides to rest from show business, After her concert at Zacatillo. Her agent ordered to kill her. Everyone believes she is dead, but she takes refuge in Zacatillo, where she once found love and may find love again but in a different man. Her manager arranged for her to be dragged and thrown into the sea.

CastEdit

  • Ingrid Martz as Karla Abreu Campos de Zárate/Sara Villegas, a singer and actress, cousin of Sara, in love with Gabriel
  • Jorge Aravena as Gabriel Zárate de Moreno, son of Martha, nephew of Zorayda and Abundio, cousin of Eli, in love with Karla but married with Adriana
  • Laura Zapata as Doña Miriam Solórzano de Gálvez, aunt and lover of Fernando, Karla's enemy-Antagonist
  • Patricia Navidad as Zorayda Dumont de Zarate "La Primera Dama", wife of Abundio,aunt of Gabriel, and mother of Eli
  • Héctor Ortega – Don Abundio Zarate, father of Eli, uncle of Gabriel, brother of Martha and husband of Zorayda
  • Carmen Becerra as Adriana "La Noviecita" Pérez-Cotapo Echevarría, daughter of Rosa, Marcela's friend, lover of Julio, wife of Gabriel-Antagonist
  • Alejandro Ibarra as Alejandro Sandoval, friend of Gabriel, in love with Karla- Antagonist
  • Maria Alicia Delgado as Alicia "Lichita" López y López, sister of Pepita.
  • Beatriz Moreno as Josefa "Pepita, La Solterona" López y López de Boturinico, sister of Lichita
  • Mike Biaggio as Fernando Gálvez, Miriam's lover
  • Arath de la Torre as Carretino Carretas/Gino Capuccino, husband of Tencha
  • Benjamin Rivero as Gustavo Velez - Antagonist
  • Arleth Terán as Hortensia "Tencha" Guzmán de Carretas, wife of Carretino
  • Isaura Espinoza as Belarmina
  • Daniela Torres as Nora
  • Gaby Mellado as Guadalupe "Lupita" Treviño
  • Raquel Morell as Carmen
  • Mariana Karr as Doña Rosa Echvarría Vda. de Pérez-Cotapo, mother of Adriana.
  • Christina Pastor as Sara Villegas Campos, cousin of Karla.
  • Bibelot Mansur as Gudelia
  • Liz Vega as Olga
  • Emilia Carranza as Martha Moreno Vda. de Zárate, mother of Gabriel and sister of Abundio
  • Sharis Cid as Paulina Torres
  • Yago Muñoz as Elisandro "Eli" de Jesus Zarate Dumont, son of Zorayda and Abundio, cousin of Gabriel
  • Sheyla as Cleodomira Rivadeneira "La Chata"
  • Agustin Arana as Santiago
  • Raquel Pankowsky as Sonia
  • Rubén Cerda as Padre Nemesto
  • José Carlos Femat as Alan Landeta
  • Alejandro Nones as Julio (Died of car accident)
  • Juan Peláez as Augusto Cienfuegos
  • Mario Sauret as Don Tomás
  • Eric Prats as " psiquiatra"
  • Xavo Kno as Paco
  • Jorge Ortin as Porfirio/Zeferino
  • Polo Ortin as Zeferino
  • Alicia Fhar as Roxana
  • Lorelí as Vanessa
  • Begona Narvaez as Marissa
  • Priscila Avellaneda as Marcela
  • Susy-Lu Peña as Natalia (Killed by Miriam)
  • Daniela Zavala as Paloma
  • Polly as Chabela
  • Jorge Gallegos as Marlon
  • Jesús Briones as Braulio
  • Thelma Dorantes as Pancracia
  • René Mussi as Camilo
  • Angeles Balvanera as Cora
  • Patricia Reyes Spindola as Fredesvinda Carretas, aunt of Carretino and Tencha.
  • Gabriela Mellado as Liliana "Lily" Treviño
  • Haydee Navarra as Patricia Soria
  • Gloria Sierra as Ximena
  • Manuel "Flaco" Ibáñez as Profundo Isimo
  • Beatriz Shantal as Rebeca
  • María Prado as "la bruja"
  • Lalo Zayas as Mauro
  • Norma Iturbe as Nurse
  • Paola Flores as Paula

AwardsEdit

TVyNovelas AwardsEdit

Year Category Nominee Result
2011 Best Co-lead Actress Patricia Navidad Nominated
Best Co-lead Actor Arath de la Torre
Best Leading Actress Laura Zapata
Best Young Lead Actress Gaby Mellado
Best Male Revelation José Carlos Femat

Califa de Oro AwardsEdit

Year Category Nominee Result
2010[7] Best Performance of the Year Mike Biaggio Won
Beatriz Moreno
Carmen Becerra
Mariana Karr
Héctor Ortega
Bibelot Mansur
María Alicia Delgado
Patricia Navidad
Arleth Terán
Best Telenovela of the Year Lucero Suárez

TV Adicto Golden AwardsEdit

Year Category Nominee Result
2010[8] Best Supporting Actor Arath de la Torre Won
Best Supporting Actress Patricia Navidad

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