'Mi Marido Tiene Familia 2' Telenovela Sequel: Juan Osorio Confirms Season 2 Of Univision Series

'Mi Marido Tiene Familia' Telenovela
Zuria Vega and Daniela Arenas star in "Mi Marido Tiene Familia." Televisa

Producer Juan Osorio confirms that he is working on a sequel to "Mi Marido Tiene Familia", the hit telenovela starring Zuria Vega and Daniel Arenas. Televisa has not made it official, but Osorio says that he would start shooting around May 2018 and it would start airing in July of that same year. There's no word if all the cast will return to the project, or if it will focus on different characters. "Mi Marido Tiene Familia" did leave on a cliffhanger with the life of the character played by Silvia Pinal up in the air as she suffered a stroke in the last minutes of the finale. Would you watch a second season of the comedic telenovela?

OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS: Julieta believed she had found the perfect man in Robert, a successful and supportive Physician who is hugely appealing to her for he is alone in the world. Robert got lost at the age of four and finally got adopted by a Colombian American family, with whom he holds a distant relation as they live in the USA. As for Julieta, she never wanted a stepfamily, especially a mother in-law. For years on end, Julieta witnessed how her mother struggled due to the rather disastrous relation she had with her mother and sisters in-law. On top of that, she has also heard her friends repeatedly telling horror stories about the coexistence with their in-laws.

On the other hand, Robert’s life has been tough. As a child, he lived in an orphanage for a while believing he had been abandoned. Then, he got adopted and was taken to New York where he was raised under the name of Robert in a comfortable environment, but free of care and affection as his adoptive mother, an American woman, was a cold person who only focused on her chores looking after her other children. 

Being together seems to be the most beautiful coincidence in Roberto and Julieta’s life. Having this man just for herself is like a dream to Julieta, so she is devoted to him and offers him the best of her. On the other hand, Roberto feels she is the reward that life had prepared for him after so many years of solitude. They agree on not having children, live in a beautiful house and are fully committed to each other. 

But it all changes when destiny brings this couple to live next to a singular, huge, middle-class family: the Córcegas, who happen to be Julieta’s future husband’s family; and Juan Pablo turns out to be Robert’s true name.

Julieta is sure she loves Juan Pablo; they were actually planning to marry soon. But her mother in-law’s rejection, the trouble personalities of her sisters in-law, and the conflicts of that family coming from nowhere, pose a threat to her relationship with her prince charm.

Juan Pablo will be in a powerful dilemma, trapped between his mother and his wife. Juan Pablo must learn to coexist with his new family without overlooking his relationship and future marriage. He will come to the Córcegas’ life to balance them, solve their problems, give them back the joy they had lost, and teach significant life lessons to them.

What do you think?

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.