"Ana y los 7" narrates the life and the illusions of Ana, a showgirl who is employed at a club by night, who dreams of being employed at the world of the showbussiness, and of turning into ... See full summary »


Ana Obregón




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Series cast summary:
Ana Obregón ...  Ana García Palermo 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Roberto Álvarez ...  Fernando Hidalgo 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Javivi ...  Bruno 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Juan Antonio Quintana Juan Antonio Quintana ...  Don Nicolás 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Isabel Gaudí Isabel Gaudí ...  Sharon 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Claudia Molina Claudia Molina ...  Carolina Hidalgo 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Aarón Guerrero Aarón Guerrero ...  Nando Hidalgo 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Noelia Ortega ...  Amalia Hidalgo 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Nerea García Nerea García ...  Celia Hidalgo 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Alejandro Gallego Alejandro Gallego ...  Alejandro Hidalgo 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Guillermo Gallego Guillermo Gallego ...  Guillermo Hidalgo 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Ruth Rodríguez Ruth Rodríguez ...  Lucía Hidalgo 92 episodes, 2002-2005
Silvia Marsó ...  Alexia Vázquez de Castro 91 episodes, 2002-2005
Daniel Freire ...  David Hidalgo 91 episodes, 2002-2005
Aurora Sánchez Aurora Sánchez ...  Manuela 91 episodes, 2002-2005
Miguel Molina Miguel Molina ...  Tony Gutiérrez 42 episodes, 2002-2003
Darío Paso Darío Paso ...  Fonti / ... 39 episodes, 2003-2005


"Ana y los 7" narrates the life and the illusions of Ana, a showgirl who is employed at a club by night, who dreams of being employed at the world of the showbussiness, and of turning into a star of the cinematographic universe. Ana spent her infancy in an orphanage, she did not know a family and her more intimate longing is to form her own. For a chance, she comes to Fernando Hidalgo's house, a banker with seven children: Carolina, Nando, Amalia, Celia, Guille, Ale and Lucía. Ana remains with the work, in spite of being employed furtively at the club by night. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Family | Music


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After the last episode shown on TV, Ana Obregón left the series, thinking that there would be no more episodes, but she found out that the rest of the cast, without her knowledge, had filmed another episode featuring the death of her character, and they were planning to go on with the series without her. She demanded the production company and blocked the broadcast of that episode. Finally, the judges gave the reason to the production company, but that was more than a year later, and the cast had already moved to other projects in the mean time, so that episode was never broadcast and the series effectively ended at the point Ana Obregón wanted. See more »


Referenced in Aída: From Lost to the River (2005) See more »


Ana y los 7
Written by José María Cano
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Hated by intellectuals, Always in the Top 10 for over 4 years
2 April 2005 | by ars3See all my reviews

"Ana and the 7" (TVE) is a show that beat "Gladiator" and week by week gets near a 30% of the share side by side with "C.S.I." (Antena3 TV). Both TV series defeat the Movie Premiere (Tele 5) almost as a routine and fight with each other to be the Top Prime Time program on Mondays.

The audience has been hooking to the series week by week for over 4 years now. By the results, it is safe to state that the professionals behind it know what they are doing even though some people don't seem to grasp what's their key for perpetual success. (Many series don't last a mere 3 weeks in Spain).

But how would it be to judge Cinderella under dramatic parameters for an adult drama? It would be nonsense as it is nonsense all the judgments "Ana and the 7" gets from people forgetting the key tone is very similar to a story tale. The tone seems to work out perfectly for the audience and so explains the fidelity of over 30% of the share for so many years, from children to seniors.

So why is it so hatred by some? Apart from those frustrated by their incapability to discern between an adult drama and a tale story some people can not stand the main actress, Ana Obregon, who originated the series and every now and then still dares to declare she writes it, when it's well known she does not put a single coma in the scripts.

However, aligning a personal dislike of the actress as a person with the judgment of the show, only generates passionate statements that fall out of reason. Those passionate militants against the series despite its continuous success from many years, fail to understand that what hooks such a broad audience week by week is the magic rooted in tale classics.

Judging by results, the producers and writers know what they are doing and those who express surprise for its big appeal only show they can not understand about the elements necessary to generate a successful TV series. If they ever consider to go further than being an astonished tele-viewer in disagreement with the broad public it would be wise for them to examine the elements of the series far over their dislike and observe what is that triggers in the audience that keeps them coming back for more, no matter if there is a big movie or a CSI episode in other TV channel.

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Release Date:

18 March 2002 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Ana y los siete See more »

Filming Locations:

Navalcarnero, Madrid, Spain

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