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2001 Mexican television series debuts

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  1. Amigas y rivales

    Amigas y rivales (2001)

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    Amigas y rivales (Friends and Rivals) is a Mexican telenovela, which was produced by and broadcast on Televisa in 2001.


  2. La intrusa

    La intrusa (2001)

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    La Intrusa (The Intruder) was Mexican telenovela. It was written by Inés Rodena and Carlos Romero, and directed by Marta Luna and Patricia Reyes Spíndola. It lasted for 135 episodes, under the production of Ignacio Sada Madero, it was starred by the Venezuelan actress Gabriela Spanic, who again plays a double role as twins after La Usurpadora, and the Mexican actor Arturo Peniche and as the main villain Laura Zapata.


  3. Cómplices al rescate

    Cómplices al rescate (2002)

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    Cómplices al Rescate (Friends to the Rescue) is a Mexican telenovela starring Belinda (later played by Daniela Luján who replaces Belinda) as two twins who were separated at birth.


  4. Salomé

    Salomé (2001)

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    Salomé is a Mexican telenovela that aired from October 22, 2001 until May 17, 2002, starring Edith González and Guy Ecker.


  5. Aventuras en el tiempo

    Aventuras en el tiempo (2001)

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    Aventuras En El Tiempo ("Adventures In Time'") is a Mexican telenovela from 2001, presented completely in Spanish, and featuring a young pre-teen girl named Violeta.


  6. The Spring

    The Spring (2001)

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    El Manantial (The Spring) is a Mexican telenovela that first aired in 2001, produced by Carla Estrada.


  7. María Belén

    María Belén (2001)

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    María Belén is a Mexican children's television series produced by Televisa. It premiered on August 13, 2001 on XEW-TV in Mexico. Starring Nora Salinas, René Laván, and Danna Paola as "María Belén."


  8. 100 mexicanos dijeron

    100 mexicanos dijeron (2001)

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    100 mexicanos dijeron (Spanish for A hundred Mexicans said) is a Mexican version of the Goodson-Todman game show from the 1970s, Family Feud, produced in Mexico City by the Canal de las Estrellas. Its host was Marco Antonio Regil from 2001 to 2006 and is currently hosted by "El Vítor" (Adrian Uribe) since 2009. The program is also seen in the United States on the Telefutura television network. On June 12, 2006, the show changed its location (from Mexico City to Miami, USA), its name to ¿Qué dice la gente?, the survey group from only Mexicans to Latin Americans, and contestants to Spanish speakers in the United States. Everything else remains unchanged.




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