"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.
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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
Ana y los 7
Written by José María Cano See more