Amar sin límites

Amar sin límites

René Strickler, Karyme Lozano, and Valentino Lanús in a promotional poster for Amar sin límites.
Genre Telenovela
Created by Gustavo Belatti
Mario Segade
Developed by José Rendón
Ana Montes
Written by Ximena Suárez
Directed by José Rendón
Starring Karyme Lozano
Valentino Lanús
René Strickler
Mónika Sánchez
María Sorté
Otto Sirgo
Alma Muriel
Sabine Moussier
Opening theme "Dispárame, dispara", performed by Laura Pausini
Ending theme "Dispárame, dispara"
Composer(s) Alexis Aranda
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 125
Executive producer(s) Angelli Nesma Medina
Location(s) Mexico
Editor(s) Julio Abreu
Juan Franco
Luis Horacio Valdés
Running time approx. 44 minutes
(episodes 11-135)
approx. 22 minutes
(episodes 1-10)
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network El Canal de las Estrellas
Original release October 16, 2006 – April 20, 2007
Preceded by Duelo de pasiones
Followed by Muchachitas como tú
Related shows Resistiré
Watch Over Me
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Amar sin límites ("Limitless Love") is a Mexican telenovela that was produced by Televisa and broadcast on that company's El Canal de las Estrellas. The program debuted on October 16, 2006 at 7:30 pm; the first ten episodes were only thirty minutes long, with the program expanding to an hour long on October 30 and taking over the 7:00 time slot previously occupied by Duelo de Pasiones.

After 135 episodes, the telenovela completed its run on April 20, 2007, and was subsequently replaced with Muchachitas como tú. In the United States, Amar sin límites aired on Univisión from July 17, 2007 through January 18, 2008 at 8:00 pm.

This limited-run serial is a remake of the 2003 Argentine telenovela Resistiré; it is the first such remake, as a second adaptation, Watch Over Me, was created for MyNetworkTV in the United States and debuted in December 2006. Amar sin límites stars as protagonists Karyme Lozano and Valentino Lanús, whose characters, Diego and Azul, endure a tortured romance that becomes entangled in the world of organized crime thanks to Azul's fiancé, Mauricio, portrayed by René Strickler.


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