El Amor no Tiene Precio

El Amor no Tiene Precio
Genre Telenovela
Created by Caridad Bravo Adams
Inés Rodena
Written by María Antonieta "Calú" Gutiérrez
Alberto Gómez
Directed by Claudio Reyes Rubio
Leonardo Daniel
Freddy Trujillo
Starring Susana González
Victor Noriega
Eugenia Cauduro
Victor González
Yul Bürkle
Opening theme El amor no tiene precio by Iván Rossi
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 280
Executive producer(s) Alfredo Schwarz
Producer(s) Gemma Lombardi Ortín
Salvador Mejía
Location(s) Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Miami, United States
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 42-45 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release September 26, 2005 (2005-09-26) – October 14, 2006 (2006-10-14)
Preceded by Piel de otoño
Followed by Pablo y Andrea
Related shows Regina Carbonell (1972)
Pobre señorita Limantour (1987)

El amor no tiene precio (Lit. title: Love has no price /English title: Love Priceless) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Alfredo Schwarz for Televisa and Univision in co-production with Fonovideo in 2005.[1]

On September 26, 2005, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting El amor no tiene precio weekdays at 5:00pm, replacing Piel de otoño. The last episode was broadcast on October 14, 2006 with Pablo y Andrea replacing it on October 17.

Susana González and Víctor Noriega starred as protagonists, while Eugenia Cauduro, Susana Dosamantes, Víctor González and Gabriela Vergara starred as antagonists.


Maria Liz lives in a poor neighborhood in Mexico City with her maternal grandmother, Mrs. González and her English grandfather, Henry Alexander. Maria Liz was 12 years old when her mother fell into a deep depression and died.

Mr. Alexander was once rich, but lost his fortune in a stock market crash. This, combined with the loss of his wife, sent him into a mental decline. With effort and determination, Maria Liz managed to finish her studies and became a nurse, although she does not live her dream to study medicine.

Maria Liz also helps her boyfriend, Marcelo, who studies engineering. But, Marcelo is an egotistical man who only thinks about finishing his career and leaving the neighborhood as soon as he obtains a good job, forgetting the sacrifices that his parents and Maria Liz have made.

In an elegant district of the city, Sebastián lives with his mother, Doña Lucrecia. Sebastián is a civil engineer and a working man. He detests the false world in which his mother lives due to the fortune that she inherited from her husband for her political family.

Marcelo finds a job as a construction worker at the construction site where Sebastián works and immediately forgets his promise of marriage to Maria Liz. He begins to try anything to take Sebastián's position at the site and his girlfriend, Araceli, who is the daughter of the owner of the construction site.

When Marcelo is wounded in a work site accident, Sebastián takes him to the hospital where Maria Liz works. Although the first encounter is conflicting, Sebastián realizes that she is a very good nurse and soon helps her so that she takes care of his mother.

But Doña Lucrecia begins to make his life a living hell for him when she finds out that Sebastián has fallen in love with Maria Liz, and she loves him back. Doña Lucrecia wants the economic security and the social level that Maria Liz obtains that the selfish and superficial Araceli would give him, thus she is allied with Rosalía, who always hated María Liz because Dr. Arnaldo Herrera is in love with her when Rosalía loved him.

In spite of the obstacles that Araceli, Lucrecia and Rosalía put to them to test their love, they do not manage to separate them. They decide to get married and problems begin when the villainous Luciano sets a trap for Miguel Augusto that made him commit suicide.

Seabastián married María Liz at the wedding and she is in love with him. Mariano falls in love with María Liz, who discovers that she has gotten pregnant by Sebastián. Araceli is also pregnant by Sebastian, but her careless lifestyle and excessive drinking cause her to miscarry.

Realizing that a child is the only thing that would keep Sebastian from walking out on her (he's just learned of Maria Liz's pregnancy), she enlists the help of Lucrecia and Rosalía. They kidnap Maria Liz and take her to a clinic where a C-Section is performed on her, and the child is taken from her womb.

Rosalia then removes Araceli's name from her medical report and replaced with Maria Liz's, making it appear that Maria Liz is the negligent one, not Araceli. Maria Liz protests her innocence, but Sebastian refuses to believe her, and declares that he never wants to see her again.

Heartbroken, she leaves to study medicine in London, returning several years later a full-fledged doctor. In the meantime, however, Sebastian realizes the truth about Araceli, and that Maria Liz was telling the truth all along.

He divorces her, but Araceli gets custody of the 2 children, Vanessa and Liliana. She marries Marcelo soon after, but it is a loveless marriage, and Vanessa & Liliana is physically and mentally abused by both of them.

In the series finale, Mariano Lujan was sent to the insane asylum in Miami, Florida for a long period of time for his participation in Maria Liz's kidnapping (Geraldine Bazan), Ivana Santalucia freezes to death in a meat plant and the psychotic Marcelo and his mentor-turned-enemy Luciano Robles del Campo die a slow and painful death after stabbing each other.

Because of her ties with Luciano, Lucrecia loses her entire fortune and is reduced to being a washerwoman for her sister Doña Flor Mendez, but the experience changes her for the better, and insists on doing it as the only way she knows how to repair the damage she's done.

Finally, Maria Liz and Sebastián Monte y Valle live happily ever after with their new families and friends.


See also


  1. "El amor no tiene precio (Serie de TV)" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Retrieved July 19, 2016.

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