Juro Que Te Amo

Juro Que Te Amo
Genre Drama
Soap opera
Developed by Liliana Abud
Directed by Lily Garza
Starring Ana Brenda Contreras
José Ron
Patricia Navidad
Alejandro Ávila
Opening theme Juro que te amo by David Bisbal
Composer(s) David Bisbal
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 140
Executive producer(s) Martha Patricia López de Zatarain
Running time 45 minutes
Original network Las Estrellas
Original release July 28, 2008 – February 6, 2009
Preceded by Tormenta en el Paraiso
Followed by Verano de Amor
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Juro que te amo('Oath Of Love') is a Mexican telenovela produced by Martha Patricia López de Zatarain for Televisa in 2008, starring young actress Ana Brenda Contreras. The show is a domestic drama about a wealthy family who loses everything and finds that they were only liked for their money. It premiered on 28 July 2008 and concluded on 6 February 2009. Re-make to the novela Los Parientes Pobres (1993).

The series stars Ana Brenda Contreras, José Ron, Patricia Navidad, Alejandro Ávila, Alexis Ayala, Florencia del Saracho, Cecilia Gabriela and Marcelo Córdoba.


Violeta Madrigal is a beautiful girl who lives in a village with her parents, Amado and Antonia, and her brothers Julio and Daniel, and sister Lia. The family was the richest in town, but after losing their fortune they realized the hypocrisy of people who previously seemed to love and respect them. Justino Fregoso is the most powerful of the Madrigal family's former friends, who made his fortune through shady deals that ended the stability of the Copper Company, owned by the family Madrigal. This new situation benefits his wife Malena Fregoso, who enjoys their new rich position, and their daughter Mariela, who takes every opportunity to humiliate Violeta.

From January 27, 2009 to August 12, 2009 Univision broadcast Juro Que Te Amo with replacing Lola, erase una vez at 3pm/2pm central. The last episode was on August 12, 2009 with Verano de amor replacing it 2 hrs.



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