MIAMI – March 25, 2020 – Telemundo released the trailer for the much-anticipated “100 Días Para Enamorarnos” (100 Days to Fall in Love,) the network’s upcoming dramedy featuring an internationally-renowned cast including Ilse Salas (Las Niñas Bien; Cantinflas), Mariana Treviño (Casa de las Flores; Overboard), Erick Elias (Betty en NY; Hotel de los Secretos) and David Chocarro (El Recluso; Señora Acero), with a special participation by Humberto Zurita (La Reina del Sur; La Querida del Centauro). In “100 Días Para Enamorarnos”, the star-studded cast masterfully delivers an unapologetic and light-hearted look at relationships and friendships, navigating through everyday challenges, insecurities and questions most couples have asked themselves at some point in their life. Viewers can follow the production on Facebook.com/100Dias, and @100Dias on Twitter and Instagram, and join the conversation using #100DiasParaEnamorarnos.
Shot at Telemundo Center’s state-of-the-art studios in Miami, Florida, the story chronicles the life of two best friends, Constanza Franco (Salas), a successful and sophisticated lawyer, mother and wife; and Remedios Rivera (Treviño), also a loving mother and wife, who, contrary to her friend, is a free-spirit struggling to keep her life in order. After almost 20 years of marriage, they both decide to separate from their respective spouses. Remedios is conflicted after her first love comes back into her life; while Constanza comes to an agreement with her husband to take a 100-day hiatus. Once the 100-day break is up, she must decide whether to stay married or not.
The ensemble of stars is completed by Hector Suárez Gomís, Sylvia Sáenz, Sofía Lama, Andrés Almeida, Manuel Balbi, Lucas Velázquez, Daniela Bascopé, Macarena García, Xabiani Ponce de León, Gabriel Tarantini, Fernanda Urdapilleta, Sheryl Rubio, Macaria, Eduardo Ibarrola, Shaula Vega, Beatriz Monroy, Thamara Aguilar, Isabella Sierra and Gael Sánchez.
A Telemundo Global Studios production, “100 Días Para Enamorarnos” is directed by Jorge Colón, Mariano Ardanaz, Ricardo Schwarz and Fez Noriega with Marcos Santana and Miguel Varoni as executive producers, Elizabeth Suarez as general producer and script adaptation by Ricardo Álvarez Canales. One of the most influential stories in recent Latin American broadcast history, Telemundo’s “100 Días” adapts Argentina’s “100 Días Para Enamorarse” for the US Hispanic audiences with new additions that reflect the reality of the multicultural and multi-generational characters living in the United States.
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