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Abel Santa Cruz
Ana Lorena Pérez-Ríos
Héctor Suárez Gomís
Mauricio L. Arriuga
Jorge Eduardo Murguía
Abel Santa Cruz, Eric Vonn
Guy Ecker, Thelma Madrigal, Pablo Lyle, Dominika Paleta, Jade Fraser
Por siempre mi amor (English title: Forever yours) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ignacio Sada for Televisa. It is a remake of Mi segunda madre, produced by Juan Osorio in 1989.
Susana González and Guy Ecker star as the protagonists, while Thelma Madrigal and Pablo Lyle star as the co-protagonists. Dominika Paleta, Héctor Suárez Gomís, Sofía Castro and Lola Merino star as the antagonists.
Por siempre mi amor Wikipedia
Arturo De La Riva, has spent 10 years of happy marriage with Eugenia, with whom he has a daughter, named Aranza; However they do not imagine that Sonia, Eugenia's cousin, is obsessively in love with Arthur in secret, but this feeling will lead to a terrible tragedy.
Meanwhile, Isabel López Cerdán has been married for two years to Fernando Córdova, whom she loves above all else.
Eugenia passes away surprisingly at the same time that Isabel discovers that Fernando is a swindler.
After these blows Isabel and Arturo are united by the destiny in a paradisiaca beach of Mexico, initiating a relation that will have to overcome different obstacles like the manipulation that Sonia exercises on Aranza so that it does not accept Isabel and the thirst of revenge of Fernando.Susana González - Isabel López Cerdán de De la Riva
Guy Ecker - Arturo De la Riva Acevedo
Dominika Paleta - Sonia Arenas Lozano
Héctor Suárez Gomís - Fernando Córdova Miranda / Javier Castillo de la Fuente
Ana Martín - María Luisa "Tita" Valverde Vda. de Escudero
Francisco Rubio - Gonzalo Carbajal
Emma Escalante - Gemma
José Montini - Baltazar
Alejandro Villeli - Efrén Gómez
Juan Verduzco - Dr. Elías Carranza
Karyme Hernández - Aranza (girl)
Federico Porras - Esteban (boy)
Camila Peña - Dafne (girl)
Valentina Hauzori - Ileana (girl)
Production of Por Siempre mi Amor officially started on August 15, 2013.
On October 7, 2013, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Por Siempre mi Amor weekdays at 4:15pm, replacing Corazón indomable. The last episode was broadcast on May 4, 2014, with La Gata replacing it the following day.
On December 2, 2013, Univision started broadcasting Por Siempre mi Amor on weeknights at 8pm/7c, replacing one hour of Corazón Indomable. The last episode was broascast on May 9, 2014, with 2 hours of De que te quiero, te quiero replacing it on May 12, 2014.