La quiero a morir (telenovela)

La quiero a morir
Genre Telenovela / Drama
Written by Luis Felipe Salamanca
Andrés Huertas
Mauricio Barreto
Sandra Morato
Directed by Juan Carlos Vásquez
Unai Amuchastegui
Starring Ana María Trujillo
Mijail Mulkay
Majida Issa
Luigy Aicardi
Ana María Kamper
Theme music composer Irene Salamanca, Alejandro Escallón
Opening theme La quiero a morir (David Castro)
Composer(s) Francis Cabrel
Country of origin Colombia
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 120 x 1 h
Executive producer(s) William Correal
Producer(s) Luis Felipe Salamanca
Location(s) Bogotá
Cinematography Carlos Gómez, Diego López
Editor(s) Paco González
Camera setup Multicamera
Running time 25 minutes
Original network Caracol TV
Picture format 480i (SDTV)[1]
Audio format Stereo
Original release July 16, 2008 (2008-07-16) – July 8, 2009 (2009-07-08)
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La quiero a morir (Spanish: Love her to death) is a 2008-2009 Colombian telenovela produced and broadcast by Caracol TV.


The telenovela starts with the celebration of the 20th anniversary of Manuela Sáenz (Ana María Trujillo) and Germán Rico (Luigy Aicardi) marriage; they have two daughters, Andrea (Margarita Muñoz) and Juliana (Luz del Sol Neisa). As the party goes on, Germán and his secret lover, Catalina (Martha Restrepo) who turns out to be Manuela's best friend, decide to escape together. When Manuela realizes this, it is too late: Germán has abandoned and ruined her and their daughters, since he had some debts and made obscure movements with the finances of the company he was running.

Manuela decides to rebuild her life. She meets Sansón (Mijaíl Mulkay), who comes to take possession of one of the houses he bought from Germán, while still owing him. This is why Manuela ends up sharing the house with Sansón's family. Manuela and Sansón fall in love with each other, but he has a relationship with Yuri (Majida Issa), who makes anything she can to keep him by her side and pushing him away from Manuela.


  1. Though the telenovela is broadcast in Colombia in standard definition, all Caracol TV telenovelas have been taped in high definition since 2006. See (Spanish) Leonardo Gómez Jiménez, Telenovelas y noticias de Caracol en alta definición, Conexionista, 23 February 2009
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