They release the first poster of ‘La Madrastra’ with Aracely Arámbula and the fans are excited

Aracely Arambula is back on TelevisaUnivision and is the protagonist of “The stepmother“. After her time on Telemundo where she made telenovelas such as “La Patrona”, “Los Miserables” and “La Doña”, the actress returns to melodramas in the remake of the classic story.

In this new version, Arámbula will play Marcia, a woman who is unjustly sentenced to pay for a crime she did not commit. After serving her sentence, Marcia wants to reunite with her children, but they believe that her mother died. Marcia will fight to get her family back and prove her innocence.

The Las Estrellas channel in Mexico will premiere the production commanded by Carmen Armendariz on August 15 at 9:30 p.m. Before the launch, the telenovela poster has been revealed where Arámbula is seen behind the shadow of a fence. This visual art has excited fans who were quick to leave their opinions.

“I already want it to be August 15”, wrote a fan. “Counting the days !!! Arambula”, replied a follower. “aaaaay a thousand emotions!!!” added an admirer. “Marcia de mi corazonooooon”, put another fan. “Awwww I die of emotion…” another follower said. “Marciaaaaaa owner of my nights and my days”, could also be read among the comments.

The cast of the telenovela is also made up of Marisol del Olmo, isadora gonzalez, Cecilia Gabriella, Marco Trevino, Martha Julia, Juan Martin Jauregui, Gabriel Soto, Vilma Sotomayor Y Joseph Elias Moreno. Also participating are Juan Carlos Barreto, Denia Agalianou, Alberto Pavón, Montserrat Marañón, Lalo España, Ricardo Fastlicht, David Caro Levy, Ana Tena, Emiliano González, Julia Urbini, Palmeira Cruz, Iker Madrid, Epy Velez and Adrián Di Monte, among others.

Keep reading

• Aracely Arámbula returns to TelevisaUnivision and Las Estrellas launches a spectacular promo
• Cast of ‘La Madrastra (2022)’ with Aracely Arámbula officially starts recording
• Angélica Aragón breaks the silence about rehashing ‘La Madrastra’ with Aracely Arámbula: ‘It’s a very old story, so seen’