Carlos Larios is the head of one of the most important pharmaceutical companies in Mexico. Upon his death, his wife Catalina Creel will go to great and vile lengths to secure her fortune and her bloodline.
Demetrio's brother killed himself after mystery girl 'V' breaks his heart by writing him a letter and aborting their baby. Demetrio wants to have a revenge and destroy 'V' girl. He gets ... See full summary »
Kate del Castillo,
Diego is a young musician who lives the terrible death of his uncle to AIDS. While in his deep depresion he meets Gabriela, which brings back a smile to his face. Just when life seems more ... See full summary »
Ramona returns to the family home after years of being educated by nuns. Ramona reunites with her mother and brother and childhood friend, the Indian Alejandro. Ramona and Alejandro fall in... See full summary »
Kate del Castillo,
A brave, poor young girl is welcomed into a rich family and develops a romance with their misogynist youngest son, driving a woman already in love with him to go to great lengths to destroy their relationship.
Composed and Performed by Lorena Tassinari See more »
Ahhh, screw it again! Inspired by Clint Eastwood...
"Muchachitas" was my favorite telenovela as a kid. I enjoyed it because of it's naive but "cool" circumstances that were talked everyday in school. I meant "cool" for very young people's standards. Who didn't like the opening theme song? It was catchy. The cast was really good and it was a good decision to include the always sexy doll-face Cecilia Tijerina who delivered a fine, sexy performance and the fact that she was really hot helped. Tiaré Scanda and Kate del Castillo supported perfectly good with their good acting and looks. Emma Laura just looked hot and I thank her for it.
Alejandro Camacho is a legendary villain who copied one of Clint Eastwood's movies by the fact of using explosive control remote cars as his weapons for revenge.
The ending was just exciting as I remember that all the girls tried to hid the real "killer" and leave it to luck. Also, Camacho's demise was thrilling and memorable.
The plot may be kitsch but it was very entertaining and tried to be intriguing.
Long live Muchachitas!! I will always remember it.
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