2005 Mexican television series debuts

Posted Jan 11, 2012
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  1. Contra viento y marea

    Contra viento y marea (2005)


    Contra viento y marea (Against All Odds) is a Mexican telenovela aired from April 25 until November 4, 2005. This was also the last acting role of Beatriz Sheridan, who died in 2006 of a heart attack.

  2. Amor en custodia

    Amor en custodia (2005)


    Amor en Custodia is a Mexican television drama, inspired by the popular Argentine telenovela of the same name, and developed and produced by Emilia Lamothe. Amor en Custodia focuses on and satirizes the lives of socialite teens and young adults growing up in Mexico city. It deals with sexuality, drugs, money, jealousy and other issues.

  3. La madrastra

    La madrastra (2005)


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  4. Corazón partido

    Corazón partido (2005)


    Corazón Partido (Broken Heart), is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by the United States-based television network Telemundo and Argos Comunicacion. This limited-run series ran for 90 episodes from November 1, 2005 to June 16, 2006. This telenovela was aired in 17 countries around the world.

  5. Piel de otoño

    Piel de otoño (2004)


    Piel de otoño (Autumn's Skin) is a Mexican telenovela that was produced by Televisa and broadcast on El Canal de las Estrellas in Mexico from 9 May 2005 through 23 September 2005 in Mexico, and from October 10, 2005, through February 17, 2005, in the United States. Starring Laura Flores and René Strickler as the series' protagonists, the show tells the story of Lucía Villarreal de Mendoza (Flores), a woman who seeks refuge from her husband and children's abuses in the friendship of a stranger on the Internet, who signs his messages only as "wind".

  6. Infarto

    Infarto (2005)


    Infarto (Spanish for heart attack) is a hidden camera show on Azteca 13 in Mexico and Azteca América in the United States. People appearing on the show have been subjected to pranks such as the victim believing that they will be sacrificed in a cult ritual or believing that they will be murdered by axe-wielding neighbors in the midst of a blackout. Because of the extreme and traumatizing nature of the show's content, the authenticity of the show is heavily debated. Sci-Fi Channel's original show, Scare Tactics is modeled after this concept.

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