'Sin Senos Sí Hay Paraíso' Season 2 Telenovela Synopsis: Carmen Villalobos Stars In Telemundo Series

Telemundo is set to premiere the second season of "Sin Senos Sí Hay Paraíso" this month and Carmen Villalobos is back with a vengeance. “Catalina Santana,” the character that started it all nine years ago and is now back to settle the score. Catalina’s return will set the parallel worlds of her family and her enemies on a collision course, unleashing a war for revenge while reawakening past loves. The series also stars Majida Issa, Fabian Rios, Catherine Siachoque and Carolina Gaitan. "Sin Senos Sí Hay Paraíso" returns to Telemundo on Tuesday, July 25 at 9PM/8C. Read the official synopsis below and tell us what you think!

OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS: In this new season of “Sin Senos si hay Paraíso,” the story takes us back 20 years to the events that left their mark on all of the series’ protagonists, but especially Catalina la Grande, taken for dead after the attack she planned to end her own life. After gambling with death, Catalina comes back to life: She is admitted to the hospital in critical condition, but her heart won’t give up the fight. While she is recovering, she meets the two men who will help her begin a new chapter in her life.

The first is Martín, a detective with the Antinarcotics Agency, who offers his support on the condition that she continue to fake her death so she can join the TEA’s witness protection program. In exchange for a new life in the United States, Catalina must supply the TEA with names and routes used by the mafia. The second man is Santiago Sanín, the doctor who devotes himself to saving Catalina and ends up falling in love with her. Shortly after Catalina is transferred to the United States, Santiago visits her and the two decide to get married. They have two children, Sebastián and Mariana.

Carmen Villalobos Carmen Villalobos stars in "Sin Senos Sí Hay Paraíso" on Telemundo. Telemundo

As the new season begins, we get a better understanding of the characters’ lives during the years that Catalina la Grande struggled to remake her life abroad. In Colombia, Jota is the only one who knows she is still alive, but he promises to protect her secret and bring her news about her family. He becomes her link to information from back home.

In the meantime, La Diabla has convinced Marcial that she is carrying his child. She approaches Octavio, a corrupt politician, with a deal he can’t refuse: If he will impregnate her, she will finance his political campaigns. La Diabla then betrays Marcial, turning him into the TEA and making off with his fortune while awaiting the birth of her daughter, Daniela.

As the years pass, Catalina La Grande learns about the war between La Diabla and Catalina’s mother, ex-boyfriend and younger sister. As the only one with motives in both her past and present to battle Yésica, Catalina puts pressure on the TEA to support her. Even though she knows she is risking the new family she spent years to build, she travels to Colombia to capture La Diabla. This brings us to the point where last season ended, with Catalina leading a major operation to apprehend her old foe.

After the first week of the new season, which shows what happens to the characters after Catalina la Grande fakes her own death, the story continues as we learn what led her to return to Colombia after so many years abroad. In addition to affecting her new family, her decision stirs up old passions. Catalina’s reencounter with Albeiro and her mother, Doña Hilda, creates tension for all three as the emotions of the past collide with the present and put relationships to the test.

The return of Catalina la Grande also brings her daughter, Mariana, face to face with Catalina La Pequeña and Daniela in a meeting that will change the three women’s lives forever. And a beauty pageant becomes the battlefield where Catalina La Pequeña teaches Daniela that honesty, intelligence and real beauty will always prevail over corruption and good looks bought with money and plastic surgery.

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.

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