'El Señor De Los Cielos 4,' 'Señora Acero 2' And 'La Querida Del Centauro' Announced At Telemundo Upfront 2015!

El Señor De Los Cielos 4, Señora Acero 2 Telemundo
New seasons of "El Señor De Los Cielos" and "Señora Acero" were part of Telemundo's announcements at their annual upfront presentation. Telemundo

Telemundo held its Upfront 2015/2016 presentation this evening in New York City where the network announced new seasons of "El Señor De Los Cielos" and "Señora Acero." The stars of the "Super Series" Rafael Amaya and Blanca Soto were present to make the announcement. Telemundo’s record breaking "El Señor De Los Cielos" 10pm Super Series, will be back for a fourth season. Aurelio Casillas (Amaya), the once humble man who managed to become one of the wealthiest and most powerful drug lords in Mexico, will realize that the limit to his aspirations will not be set by the law, but by himself, as he will face a cruel new reality in a limitless struggle to survive. "Señora Acero" will return for a second season. Having been the woman capable of shaking up the Mexican government, Sara’s (Soto) new challenge will be to rebuild an even more powerful empire, to confront her cold-blooded enemies and protect the lives of her loved ones.

Another "Super Series" that is entering the 10pm block is a new production called "La Querida Del Centauro" that will star Ludwika Paleta. This is a drama and action-packed series that tells the story of Yolanda, a woman who will be capable of breaking the law out of love for her daughter. Even risking her own life, she serves as bait to capture one of the most dangerous drug traffickers in Mexico. Other telenovelas include "La Indomable" with Lucero, as a woman rebuilding her family and her life after finding love again. Although she is capable of standing up to any challenge, she will struggle to overcome the injustices of which she will be a victim. However, the toughest battle will be against herself, when she is forced to face her own prejudices. Also Aracely Arámbula will return to the network with "Doña Bárbara" based on the classic, best-selling novel, tells the story of a legendary woman, known by some as a “femme fatale;” who draws all the looks, not only for her beauty, but also for her strong will.

Other telenovelas announced include "Celia," he story of the internationally renowned Cuban musical artist, Celia Cruz. Born in the midst of the Cuban Revolution, Celia was a woman with an extraordinary talent. Her inimitable voice transformed her from a humble, shy, ordinary, young woman into a superstar with the world at her feet. Celia turned salsa into the most popular Latin music genre in the world and became a woman, who despite being far from her home land, was able to honor it and demonstrate that there are no impossible dreams. Another production is "¿Quién Es Quién?" a humorous, romantic story where destiny leads twin brothers, separated at birth, to embark upon separate paths only to reunite them years later. But a twist of fate will have the brothers exchange their identities, leaving them to face challenging, yet oftentimes comical situations.

 

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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.