'Las Amazonas' Telenovela
"Las Amazonas" is Televisa's new production starring Victoria Ruffo and César Evora. Watch a full extended preview of the telenovela here! Televisa

One of our favorite telenovela couples is back on "Las Amazonas." Victoria Ruffo and César Evora will be in a love triangle in this new Televisa production shooting in México. Ruffo and Evora are both fan favorites having starred together in various hits like "Abrázame Muy Fuerte," "Triunfo Del Amor" and "La Madrastra." Last night, media gathered for the presentation of the new soap where the official trailer was released. The extended preview has been posted online and viewers are now able to see more of the storylines that each of the characters will have. Best part of it all is that Queen Victoria is seen crying and we are always up for her incredible melodramatic scenes. Watch the trailer down below and tell us what you think!

"Las Amazonas" is part of Televisa's new production line making shorter telenovelas with higher quality. According to Produ, this new soap will consist of 72 episodes in total — about half of the episode count a typical telenovela has. "We are making a shorter version with a cinematic technique and that has allowed us to come in more naturally and congruently with our content," Mejía said. "This production will air first in México and then it will go to the other platforms. We are living a new era of television where the narrative in the content is changing."

"Las Amazonas" has a stellar cast that also includes Danna Garcia ("Que Bonito Amor"), Andres Palacios ("Fortuna"), Guillermo García Cantú ("La Malquerida"), Grettel Valdez ("Lo Imperdonable"), Mariluz Bermudez ("La Gata"), Juan Pablo Gil ("Mi Corazón Es Tuyo"), Jacqueline Andere ("Soy Tu Dueña"), René Casados ("Mi Corazón Es Tuyo"), Liz Gallardo ("Una Maid En Manhattan"), Alex Sirvent ("La Sombra Del Pasado"), Natalia Guerrero ("La Vecina"), Gabriela Vergara ("Cielo Rojo") and many more. "Las Amazonas" premieres in México on May 16 at 7:30 p.m. and will undoubtedly make its way to Univision screens in the U.S. in the coming weeks.

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