Juan Osorio Dying? 'Mi Corazón Es Tuyo' Producer Feels Death Is Coming!

Juan Osorio Makes Chilling Revelations
The "Mi Corazón Es Tuyo" telenovela producer made chilling revelations about death. Twitter/osoriojua

Juan Osorio is one of Televisa's most successful producers. The 54-year-old wrapped earlier this year the production of the comedy "Mi Corazón Es Tuyo." He has previously brought to the small screen telenovela titles like "Salomé," "Porque El Amor Manda," "Velo De Novia," "Una Familia Con Suerte" and many more. Following the wrap of "Porque El Amor Manda," that starred Blanca Soto and Fernando Colunga, his son, Juan Wenceslao Osorio, died suddenly at the age of 30. Now, the producer says he feels death is coming to get him soon as he made a deal with his son.

"[My son] Juan and I have a pact," he said during an interview on "Sal y Pimienta." "Juan is only allowing me to close out cycles I have here so I can finally be with him. I feel that my cycle is short, fortunately. These statements have everyone worried that he might fall back into abusing alcohol or taking his own life. "I am not looking for it because I am not interested, but I feel that it's going to happen," he added. "Juan [son] continues to produce, he continues helping me. Many of the things I do make me think of him." Osorio's son was part of the production of "Porque El Amor Manda."

"Mi Corazón Es Tuyo" was particularly difficult for Osorio to realize as it was the first time he went back to work, without his son, but that also gave him the will to continue and not fall into depression. Juan Osorio is working on his next project which is said to involve a single mother fighting for her kids. No word on what actresses are attached to star in this new production. What is clear is that Osorio wants to add family values to his telenovelas, as family is what really important in life.

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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.