Mujeres Asesinas (Mexico)


Mujeres Asesinas (Mexico)
Mujeres Asesinas
Title Card
DVD cover of Season 1
Format Drama
Mystery
Thriller
Created by Marisa Grinstein[1]
Starring Rosa María Bianchi
Mauricio Castillo
Ricardo de Franco
Laisha Wilkins
Renato Bartilotti
Wdeth Grabriel
Paola Hinojosa
Pablo Valentin
Opening theme "Que Emane" by Gloria Trevi (2nd Season), "Alma perdida" by Ana Bárbara and "Con las manos atadas" by Yuri (3rd Season) and "Mujer herida" by Alejandra Guzmán (4th season)
Country of origin Mexico
Language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 58
Production
Executive producer(s) Pedro Torres
Running time Approx. 43 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel TVC / Canal 5[2]
Original run June 17, 2008 – present
External links
Website

Mujeres Asesinas[3] is a Mexican drama and psychological thriller type television series produced by Pedro Torres. The series is an adaptation of the Argentine series with the same name, produced by Pol-ka from 2005–2008.

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Plot

Mujeres Asesinas is a series that shows the dark side of women who have been mistreated or abused and become cruel murderers. The series shows how violence and death overcome the feminine mind.

Each episode shows a different story of a woman who has committed homicide. These women are motivated by love, hate, resentment, revenge, madness, despair, fear, anger, addiction, salvation and redemption. Doctor Sofía Capellan and her team of experts try to solve the murders perpetrated by the women.

DIEM

Departamento de Investigacion Especializado en Mujeres (in English, the Department of Investigation Specializing in Women), is an agency which is in charge of helping women. This agency confronts and resolves brutal crimes in which the women are also victims. in this version (the Mexican version) the Department of Investigation Specializing in Women (DIEM) is added which didn't exist in the Argentinian version.

First Season

The first season began on June 17, 2008 with the episode "Sonia, Desalmada", starring Leticia Calderón and ended on July 23, 2008 with the episode "Emma, Costurera", starring Verónica Castro. The slogan of the first season was "No Permitas Que Tu Mujer Vea Esta Nueva Serie" which means, "Don't let your wife watch this new series".

Second Season

Season two began on July 14, 2009 with the episode of "Clara, Fantasiosa", starring Edith González and ended on August 25 with the episode "Carmen, Honrada", starring Carmen Salinas. The theme song for the second season was "Que Emane" sung by Gloria Trevi.[3] This second seasons slogan was "Mueres Por Que Tu Mujer La Vea", which translates to "you'll be dying to let your wife watch it".

Third Season

The third season began on September 21, 2010 with the episode of "Irma, de los Peces", starring Jaqueline Bracamontes and ended with "Las Cotuchas, Empresarias" starring María Rojo, Pilar Pellicer and Patricia Reyes Spíndola. In the U.S. the series premiered on January 13, 2011 with the episode "Luz, Arrolladora" starring Giselle Blondet and Cynthia Klitbo. Season three had two different theme songs depending on the episode. The first is "Alma Perdida", sung by Ana Bárbara, while the other is "Con Las Manos Atadas", sung by Yuri.

The slogan for the third season was " A Veces El Corazón Habla Con Sangre" which tranlasted to English means "Sometimes The Heart Speaks With Blood". However, in the United States, it was "Porque La Tercera Vez, Es La Que Duele Más", in English meaning "Because the third time is the one that hurts the most".

Mujeres Asesinas

  • Leticia Calderón - Sonia, Desalmada (Sonia, Soulless)
  • Irán Castillo - Mónica, Acorralada (Monica, Cornered)
  • Isela Vega - Margarita, Ponzoñosa (Margarita, Poisonous)
  • Alejandra Barros - Jéssica, Tóxica (Jessica, Toxic)
  • Nailea Norvind - Martha, Asfixiante (Martha, Suffocating)
  • Natalia Esperón - Claudia, Cuchillera (Claudia, Cutter)
  • Damayanti Quintanar - Patricia, Vengadora (Patricia, Vengeful)
  • Lucía Méndez - Cándida, Esperanzada (Candida, Hopeful)
  • María Rojo - Emilia, Cocinera (Emilia, Cook)
  • Itatí Cantoral - Sandra, Trepadora (Sandra, Gold-Digger)
  • Daniela Romo - Cristina, Rebelde (Cristina, Rebellious)
  • Cecilia Suárez - Ana, Corrosiva (Ana, Corrosive)
  • Verónica Castro - Emma, Costurera (Emma, Seamstress)

Mujeres Asesinas 2

Mujeres Asesinas 3

  • Jacqueline Bracamontes - Irma, de los Peces (Irma, of the Fishes)[9]
  • Rocío Banquells - Elena, Protectora (Elena, Protector)[10]
  • Zuria Vega - Azucena, Liberada (Azucena, Liberated)
  • Yolanda Andrade and Aleida Núñez - Elvira y Mercedes, Justicieras (Elvira and Mercedes, Righteous)[11]
  • Dulce María - Eliana, Cuñada (Eliana, Sister-in-Law)[12]
  • Maite Perroni, Diana Bracho and Luz Maria Aguilar - Las Blanco, Viudas (The Blancos, Widows)
  • Ana Bertha Espin - Thelma, Impaciente (Thelma, Impatient)[13]
  • Belinda, and Issabela Camil - Annette y Ana, Nobles (Annette and Ana, Noble)
  • Kika Edgar - Paula, Bailarina (Paula, Dancer)[14]
  • Aislinn Derbez - Marta, Manipuladora (Marta, Manipulator)[15]
  • Dominika Paleta - María, Fanática (Maria, Fanatic)
  • Giselle Blondet and Cynthia Klitbo - Luz, Arrolladora (Luz, Overwhelming)
  • Leticia Perdigón - Maggie, Pensionada (Maggie, Pensioner)
  • María Rojo, Patricia Reyes Spíndola and Pilar Pellicer - Las Cotuchas, Empresarias (The Cotuchas, Entrepreneurs)

Mujeres Asesinas 4

  • Helena Rojo - Leonor, Madrastra (Leonor, Stepmother)
  • Allison Lozz - Atana, Señalada (Atana, Indicated)
  • Laura Flores - Perla, Anfitriona (Perla, Hostess)
  • Azela Robinson, & Niurka Marcos - Las Sánchez, Serviciales (The Sanchezs, Helpful)
  • Luz Elena González - Felisa, Desesperada (Felisa, Desperate)
  • Violeta Isfel - Andrea, Posesiva (Andrea, Possessive)
  • Ana Patricia Rojo - Vanessa, Alucinada (Vanessa, Astounded)
  • Ludwika Paleta - Norah, Amiga (Norah, Friend)
  • Lucero (entertainer) - Gloria, Religiosa (Gloria, Religious)
  • Laura Zapata - Norma, Representante (Norma, Representative)
  • Cecilia Gabriela-Susana, Propietaria (Susana, Proprietary)

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