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This short-lived Telemundo soap tells the story of Javier, a priest working to make his barrio a better place in the heart of Dallas. His ex-girlfriend, Natalia, returns to town to ask him to marry her to Fernando, which he accepts, but the day of the wedding things go terribly bad, and Fernando ends up in jail, accused of attempting to kill Magdalena, Natalia's sister. Besides DE main storyline, there were sub-plots involving a few different families that lived in the barrio. The Fernandez, an illegal family struggling to make ends meet, while dreaming of a better life (Guadalupe, the strong-willed mother, Pedro, the alcoholic father, Tomas, the youngster dreaming to make it as a boxer, and Jimmy, the precocious kid). The Monroys included, Julia, Manuela, and Adela. Julia was a single mother taking care of her troublesome niece, Adela, while Manuela was Natalia's best friend, secretly in love with Fernando. The Meyers lived across the street, and included Amparo, and the only gringo ... Written by
Production took place from October 2004 to 1 May 2005 at the studios at Las Colinas in Irving, Texas, as well as in Oak Cliff, Uptown, Richardson, and many other locations around the Dallas metroplex. It was the first (and perhaps only) Spanish soap opera to be shot in Texas. See more »