Follows the Serrano family, who live in Round Santa Justa No 133, located in the fictional neighborhood of Santa Justa, in the Ribera del Manzanares, in Madrid.
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Series cast summary:
Antonio Resines ...  Diego Serrano 145 episodes, 2003-2008
Jesús Bonilla ...  Santiago Serrano 145 episodes, 2003-2008
Antonio Molero Antonio Molero ...  Fiti Martínez 145 episodes, 2003-2008
Jorge Jurado Jorge Jurado ...  Curro Serrano 145 episodes, 2003-2008
Julia Gutiérrez Caba ...  Carmen Casado 145 episodes, 2003-2008
Natalia Sánchez ...  Teté Capdevila Gómez 143 episodes, 2003-2008
Víctor Elías Víctor Elías ...  Guille Serrano Moreno 143 episodes, 2003-2008
Alejo Sauras ...  Raúl Martínez 143 episodes, 2003-2008
Andrés de la Cruz Andrés de la Cruz ...  Boliche 129 episodes, 2003-2008
Alexandra Jiménez ...  África Sanz 125 episodes, 2004-2008
Goizalde Núñez Goizalde Núñez ...  Lourditas 119 episodes, 2003-2008
Sara López Sara López ...  Yoli Bellido 112 episodes, 2003-2008
Belén Rueda ...  Lucía Gómez Casado 102 episodes, 2003-2008
Jimmy Barnatán ...  Chucky 95 episodes, 2003-2007
Ales Furundarena Ales Furundarena ...  Fernando 95 episodes, 2003-2008
Nuria González ...  Candela Blanco Fernández 87 episodes, 2003-2008
Fran Perea Fran Perea ...  Marcos Serrano Moreno 82 episodes, 2003-2008
Juan Luppi Juan Luppi ...  Valdano 78 episodes, 2003-2008
Adrián Rodríguez Adrián Rodríguez ...  DVD 74 episodes, 2005-2008
Verónica Sánchez ...  Eva Capdevila Gómez 70 episodes, 2003-2008
Pepa Aniorte Pepa Aniorte ...  Choni Martínez / ... 66 episodes, 2005-2008
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Follows the Serrano family, who live in Round Santa Justa No 133, located in the fictional neighborhood of Santa Justa, in the Ribera del Manzanares, in Madrid.

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Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

22 April 2003 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

La famille Serrano See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Several actors from Los Serrano have worked before in another series, "Al salir de clase" (1996): Fran Perea (Marcos), Alejo Sauras (Raúl), Elsa Pataky (Raquel) and Leticia Dolera (Ruth). See more »

Alternate Versions

For the French dubbing, the Curro's name was changed to "Cristo". See more »

Connections

Features Sindjelici: Uvek cemo imati Pariz (2013) See more »

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1 más 1 son 7
Written by Mikel Erentxun, J.M. Corman and Álex Pina
Performed by Fran Perea
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Missing Los Serrano
12 March 2006 | by sunshine1601See all my reviews

I loved this show! In 2004 I studied in Spain for a semester and I lived with a family and we would sometimes watch TV together. Now when I first got there, my Spanish was elementary at best, but when I saw this show for the first time I found it hilarious. And I didn't understand majority of the dialog! As my Spanish improved (and with TV subtitles for me to read), the experience of watching the show got even better. I even had my host mom tape an episode for me when I went out on 'Los Serrano' night. (And watching TV in a foreign language can be a great study tool.)

This show has such a universal appeal. At first it brings to mind the 'Brady' Bunch with the blended family, but that's where the similarities end as it's updated for this day and age. The antics of Fiti, Diego, and the sometimes cranky Santiago are reminiscent of Lucy & Ethel of 'I Love Lucy' and the chemistry between Marcos and Eva is hot! Unfortunately, I've only been able to witness the humble beginnings (and confusion LOL)of their relationship. And let's not forget the sweet, but often misguided Raul. Gotta love it.

Who would have thought a African-American girl from Chicago would fall in love with this Spanish gem? I wish it was available on DVD in the US. I read somewhere last year that Mexican/American network Telemundo bought the rights to develop their own version of the series, but I haven't heard any more on that. But it could never beat the original.


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