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
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 »
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,
Rafael Méndez and Alejandra Maldonado are salesmen from opposite sides of life. While Méndez depends on informal sales, and that without any higher education degree, Alejandra carries her ... See full summary »
Víctor Hugo Cabrera,
When Beto Reyes helps a depressed old woman he suddenly becomes the legal successor to her multimillionaire company and her mansion, much to the chagrin of vice-president and now neighbor Emilio Iriarte. A comical feud begins.
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,
The story of two lovers: Antonio and Camila, who are cousins and have grown together, playing with each other's life and love. They became lovers, who find passion and love, as two feelings... See full summary »
Antonio Andrade is a Petroleum Engineer who is accustomed to life in the capital, to live surrounded by luxuries, but under certain circumstances is forced to move to the coastal city of ... See full summary »
Jorge Enrique Abello,
Amada Rosa Pérez,
OK, as a rule telenovelas are fun to watch, at least for a few minutes, because they are always so bad! There is only one plot from which all telenovelas spring and the acting is almost always completely overblown. Betty La Fea, in contrast, is actually a good novela, which is a rare thing. Most of the actors are pretty good and, above all, Ana Maria Orozco does a brilliant job playing Betty. This is a funny show and I would definitely recommend it. I watch it daily to keep up with the Spanish I learned while living in Peru and I have even managed to hook my roommates on the show, though none of them speak or understand Spanish.
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