The continued story of Betty and Armando. The couple is now married and raise their daughter Camila. Betty is also the president of her own fashion company called Ecomoda. Armando is the vice president.
Ana Maria Orozco
Teresa Suárez, nicknamed "Gaviota" (Spanish for "Gull"), and her mother Carmenza Suárez, work as harvesters and throughout the year they travel to different farmlands across Colombia ... See full summary »
Margarita Rosa de Francisco,
Comedy about a cheesy but charming Colombian macho man who moves from a small town to the city seeking his fortune and to scape his past. In Bogota he is hired as a driver and moves in with... See full synopsis »
Rosario Guerrero is a mariachi, a singer of traditional Mexican music (rancheras), who works at the popular Bar Garibaldi in Bogota, Colombia. One night she finds Emiliano Sanchez-Gallardo ... See full synopsis »
Jason Chad Roth,
La Pola is a Colombian Novela that is a historical drama-romance based on the exploits of the legendary Apolonia Salvarrieta a mestiza (Spanish-Indian) who was a revolutionary leader during... See full synopsis »
Luis Fernando Hoyos
Fearing competition and high ratings, prominent Brazilian channel Rede Globo bought the rights to this series only to prevent SBT from airing it in 2000. Globo also considered remaking it, which is unusual for the channel since the 60s. The series was, however, bought and aired by RedeTV! in 2003, while SBT later aired the Mexican remake The Prettiest Ugly Girl (2006). See more »
In one of the later episodes, Betty, out of fury, imagines herself slapping Armando into a lamp. Armando rubs the wrong side of his cheek, after falling into the lamp. See more »
We are in Israel like novelas. we have a channel that only play novels -Better and worse like "la usurpadora". when betty came no one thoutht that it could succeed here, and it came instead of "Los Buscars De Siempre" which was a great novela so it was a big shoes to get into and the fact that it's colombians didn't help too. But - all the israel's people like it! We like Betty, Armando and Berta, like the music, Hugo and all. We laugh every episode many times. I say it's the best novela in the world.
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