Univision is the top-rated Spanish-language network in the U.S. and airs some of the most popular telenovelas. Currently in primetime the national broadcaster is showing the smash hit "Lo Que La Vida Me Robó," which stars Angelique Boyer and Sebastián Rulli. In other slots they are airing "Que Pobres Tan Ricos" with Jaime Camil and Zuria Vega, "De Que Te Quiero, Te Quiero" with Livia Brito and Juan Diego Covarrubias and "Por Siempre Mi Amor" with Susana Gonzalez and Guy Ecker. With the Upfronts right around the corner and scheduled to take place in May in New York, the networks are preparing to announce their new programming for the fall. Due to the fact that Univision mostly airs soaps that Televisa produces, it is a no-brainer to know what telenovelas they have on deck for the new season. Scroll-through the photo gallery above and find out what telenovelas you will see during the 2014 - 2015 Season.

El Color De La Pasión: An original telenovela that has never been made starring Esmeralda Pimentel and Erick Elias. The story takes place 24 years in the past and three young sisters who all live in a home they inherited from their parents who have already passed away. Adriana is pregnant, Magdalena is about to get married and Rebeca is the conniving sister. Rebeca is secretly in love with Adriana's husband and Magdalena discovers this secret. In revenge, Rebeca sleeps with Magdalena's soon-to-be husband and promises to run away with him, only to have him leave her the day of her wedding. When Adriana discovers the truth she has  a confrontation with Rebeca and in the heat of the moment, she falls from the second story. Her baby is safe, but she passes away. 24 years pass and the story repeats itself, Adriana's daughter, Lucia, is about to marry her boyfriend, but her conniving sister (daughter of Rebeca) interferes and no wedding takes place.

La Gata: A remake of the classic tale of a young woman that lives in a landfill site that falls in love with the rich guy. This traditional telenovela stars Maite Perroni and Daniel Arenas. Although we've seen this story multiple times, the lead actors seem to have great chemistry and we are always suckers for these traditional telenovelas as they tend to be over-the-top and exaggerated. Quiero Amarte: Stars Cristian de la Fuente, Karyme Lozano and Diana Bracho. A remake of "Imperio de Cristal" set in a coffee plantation with two parallel storylines taking place in different times. Hasta El Fin Del Mundo: From the producers of hit telenovelas like "Soy Tu Dueña" and "Amores Verdaderos" comes this remake of "Dulce Amor" from Argentina starring Marjorie de Sousa. The story follows three sisters that inherit a chocolate factory and they each fall in love with their respective drivers.

La Malquerida: One of the most awaited telenovelas this year is an adaptation of a Jacinto Benavente play. A widowed mother finds love and marries a younger man, but soon he starts developing feelings for her daughter. Starring Victoria Ruffo, Ariadne Diaz and Christian Meier and produced by "La Que No Podía Amar" creator José Alberto Castro. Mi Corazón Es Tuyo: Silvia Navarro and Jorge Salinas return to telenovela in this brand new comedy based on the Spanish series "Ana y los 7." Navarro will play a stripper that has money issues and takes on a job as a nanny of seven children that are motherless and soons falls in love with the widower. Think of "The Nanny" but in Spanish. Which is the telenovela you are most looking forward to on Univision this fall?