Sentimientos Ajenos

Sentimientos Ajenos
Genre Telenovela
Created by Arturo Moya Grau
Written by Lorena Salazar
Eduardo Quiroga
Luz Orlín
Directed by Aurora Molina
José Acosta Navas
Starring Yolanda Andrade
Carlos Ponce
Chantal Andere
Olivia Bucio
Arsenio Campos
Mario Cimarro
Lourdes Deschamps
Opening theme Sentimientos ajenos by David Torrens
Ending theme No puedo vivir by Carlos Ponce
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 100
Executive producer(s) José Alberto Castro
Producer(s) Ernesto Hernández
Location(s) Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Cinematography Fernando Chacón
Isabel Basurto
Running time 41-44 minutes
(episodes 1-20)
21-22 minutes
(episodes 21-100)
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release August 19, 1996 – January 3, 1997
Preceded by La sombra del otro (18:00)
Tú y yo (21:30)
Followed by La culpa (18:00)
Te sigo amando (21:30)
Related shows Un ángel en el fango (1967)

Sentimientos Ajenos (English title: Feelings of others) is a Mexican telenovela produced by José Alberto Castro for Televisa in 1996.[1] Based on radionovela Dos mujeres y un hombre, writer by Arturo Moya Grau.

On August 19, 1996, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Sentimientos Ajenos weekdays at 6:00pm later change at 8:00pm, replacing at 6:00pm La sombra del otro, at 8:00pm Tú y yo. The last episode was broadcast on with at 6:00pm La culpa, at 8:00pm Te sigo amando replacing it the following day.

Yolanda Andrade and Carlos Ponce starred as protagonists, while Chantal Andere starred as main antagonist.


Sentimientos Ajenos is the story of Sofia, a sweet young painter who falls in love with Renato with no idea that her love would release a tide of hatred from her own sister. Leonor will let nothing keep her from her goal of preventing their marriage and failing that, she tries a million ways to steal her sister's husband, something which sends their father to his grave. Up to her tricks, Leonor seduces an impetuous and passionate young man while masquerading as Sofia. When Renato discovers the supposed affair between his wife and Humberto, he bitterly throws her from the house. Confused and hurt, Sofia must fight to recover her life from the grasp of an enemy whom she would never expect.


  • Yolanda Andrade as Regina de la Huerta Herrera
  • Carlos Ponce as Renato Aramendia
  • Chantal Andere as Lorena de la Huerta Herrera - sister of Sofía
  • Olivia Bucio as Eva Barrientos - godmother of Renato and mother of Gerardo
  • Arsenio Campos as Joaquín - in love with Leonor
  • Mario Cimarro as Ramiro - friend of Dario
  • Lourdes Deschamps as Raquel - in love with Ramiro
  • Isaura Espinoza as Aurora Mendiola - mother of Dario
  • Ernesto Godoy as Gerardo Barrientos - cousin and best friend of Renato
  • Carmelita González as Inés - housekeeper at Sofía's house
  • Susana González as Norma - best friend of Sofía
  • Aarón Hernán as Andrés Barrientos - godfather of Renato and father of Gerardo
  • Gloria Izaguirre as Lucha - housekeeper at Barrientos house
  • Manuel Landeta as Miguel Ángel - in love with Sofía
  • Ana Bertha Lepe as Teresa - owner of guesthouse
  • Adalberto Martínez as Pedro - gardener at Barrientos house
  • Orlando Miguel as Darío Mendiola - lover of Leonor
  • Marcela Matos as Malena - girlfriend of Gerardo
  • Edith Márquez as Marcela - sister of Humberto
  • Javier Ortiz as Humberto - in love with Leonor
  • Katia del Río as Delia - girlfriend of Ramiro
  • Héctor Sáez as Fernando - father of Malena
  • Edi Xol as Felipe Bonilla - lawyer
  • Gabriela Arroyo as Judith - therapist of Marcela, in love with Humberto
  • José Elías Moreno as José María de la Huerta - father of Sofía and Leonor
  • Antonio Miguel as Father Efraín - priest who helps Sofía
  • Dina de Marco as Donata - helps Sofía
  • Dolores Beristáin as Graciana - sister of Donata
  • José Viller as Ernesto
  • Marisol del Olmo as Lupita
  • Eduardo Lugo as Don Jesús
  • Alejandra Jurado as Amalia
  • Gustavo Negrete
  • Enrike Palma
  • Héctor Rubio
  • Tomás Leal
  • Sergio Márquez
  • Fernanda Franco
  • Manuel Cepeda
  • José Luis Llamas
  • Susana Contreras
  • Rubén Gondray


Year Award Category Nominee Result
199715th TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela of the Year José Alberto Castro Nominated
Best Antagonist Actress Chantal Andere Won
Best Male Revelation Carlos Ponce

International release

Country Network(s) Title Series premiere Series finale Weekly schedule Timeslot
 MexicoCanal de las Estrellas
Sentimientos AjenosAugust 19, 1996
January 22, 1998 (1st time)/July 23, 1998 (2nd time)
November 8, 1996
April 15, 1998/September 2, 1998
Monday to Friday
Tuesday to Saturday (1st time)/Monday to Sunday (2nd time)
03:00 (1st time)/14:00 (2nd time)
 United StatesUnivision
Sentimientos AjenosJanuary 20, 1997 (1st time)/July 4, 2000 (2nd time)
April 11, 1997/September 26, 2000
Monday to Friday (1st time)/Tuesday to Saturday (2nd time)
21:00 (1st time)/02:00 (2nd time)
 Venezuela Radio Caracas Televisión Sentimientos Ajenos - - - -
 Ecuador Gama TV Sentimientos Ajenos - - - -
 Poland TVN Uczucia Innych - - - -
 Slovenia Gajba TV Čustva Drugih - - - -


  1. "Sentimientos Ajenos" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on November 1, 2011. Retrieved March 18, 2016.

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