Genre Telenovela
Created by María Antonieta Saavedra
Directed by Miguel Córcega
Starring Rebeca Rambal
José Elías Moreno
Nayelli Saldívar
Jaime Lozano
Salvador Sánchez
Diana Bracho
Opening theme Instrumental by Amparo Rubín
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 160
Executive producer(s) Eugenio Cobo
Location(s) Taxco, Mexico
Cinematography Manuel Ruiz Esparza
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release October 7, 1985 – May 16, 1986
Preceded by Los años felices
Followed by Ave Fénix

Esperándote (English title: Waiting for you) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Eugenio Cobo for Televisa in 1985.[1]

Rebeca Rambal and José Elías Moreno starred as protagonists, while Nayelli Saldívar starred as child protagonist.


Margarita and Pablo are a young couple living on a farm on the outskirts of Taxco. Your marriage is in crisis, because both want a child but can not have children Margarita. As the crisis is leading the brink of divorce, decide to adopt a child. So María Inés comes into their lives.

Gusanito as he is fondly called, is a sweet, tender and intelligent orphan girl who finally feel the joy of knowing what a real home. However, Margarita at first the scorn because she is not his biological daughter but only an adopted. Still, Gusanito the love of Pablo and everyone wins at the farm, as Celso and Juancho pawns.

With great enthusiasm is dedicated to help in any way i can, and start attending school, and Margarita will go realizing how much better the girl and the daughter who always waited, and grow to love as their own.



Side A

  1. Gusanito
  2. Margarita
  3. Isabel
  4. Gusanito alegre
  5. Pablo
  6. Martha bossa nova
  7. Refugio
  8. Eduardo
  9. Gusanito piano

Side B

  1. Isabel lánguida
  2. Irene
  3. Isabel romántica
  4. Gusanito triste
  5. Margarita bossa nova
  6. Federico
  7. Margarita triste
  8. Juancho[3]


19864th TVyNovelas AwardsBest Telenovela of the YearEugenio CoboNominated
Best Child PerformanceNayelli SaldívarWon
Best DirectionMiguel CórcegaNominated


  1. Esperándote Alma latina Retrieved February 23, 2015
  2. "Esperándote (1985– )". IMDb. Retrieved 13 July 2015.
  3. Spanish Wikipedia

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