Sin Senos Sí Hay Paraíso Online
A young girl faces hard times ahead once she crosses the line her parents drew in order to keep her away from the outside world. In the past this child's mother had her children murdered and to get over this pain she had a baby and named her Catalina, the same name as her former daughter. The story begins to repeat its self as it seem that Catalina is following her older sisters examples in search for easy money through prostitution. Will the story end the same way...?
|Series cast summary:|
|Fabián Ríos||-||Albeiro Marín 232 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Carolina Gaitan||-||Catalina Marín 229 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Majida Issa||-||Yésica Beltrán 'La Diabla' 227 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Catherine Siachoque||-||Hilda Santana 220 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Juan Pablo Urrego||-||Hernán Darío Bayona 'Nachi' 212 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Francisco Bolívar||-||José Luis Vargas 'Jota' 208 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Stefanía Gómez||-||Vanessa Salazar 181 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Johanna Fadul||-||Daniela Barrera Beltrán 170 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Gregorio Pernía||-||Aurelio Jaramillo 'El Titi' 169 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Carmen Villalobos||-||Catalina Santana / - 158 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Jennifer Arenas||-||Valentina Fonseca 149 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Juan Pablo Llano||-||Daniel Cerón 144 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Stephania Duque||-||Mariana Sanín 130 episodes, 2017-2018|
|Carolina Sepúlveda||-||Ximena Fonseca 129 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Roberto Manrique||-||Santiago Sanín 114 episodes, 2017-2018|
|Manuel Antonio Gómez||-||Esteban Calvo 109 episodes, 2016-2018|
|Luigi Aycardi||-||Anibal Manrique 100 episodes, 2016-2017|
|Marilyn Patiño||-||Lucia Barrios 100 episodes, 2016-2018|
|César Mora||-||Marcial Barrera 96 episodes, 2016-2018|
This "Sin Senos" is a sequel to the remake of the original.
During the first season, the producers were really skeptical about the success of the series, as it was based on a spin-off, so Fox and Telemundo managed to air the show on prime-time, meaning that it got a PG-13 rating instead of the R it should have for those situations it portrays. This is one of the main reasons why the series during the first season had many violent scenes cut-out, and the whole drug-traffic situations are implied rather than showed. As soon as the second season began, all the rating issues were adjusted.
The TEA (Traffic Enforce Agency) we see during the series is, obviously, a nod to the real DEA.
As soon as the second season started, the producers showed cocaine and other topics related to it, something that never happened over the first season.
During the first episodes, Johanna Fadul's character (Daniela Barrera Beltrán, She-Devil's daughter) had to use a very obvious deformed prosthetic nose in order to make her "uglyness" more patent in comparison to Catalina, and at the same time, it totally justifies the surgeries her mother (the She-Devil) put her through. In addition, this contributes to build a even more shallow personality to the She-Devil's daughter.
The whole series is set in Pereira, a fictitional town that resembles Putumayo, Colombia. According to the series' creator, Gustavo Bolívar, most of the social troubles seen are real in Putumayo: child prostitution, drug-trafficking, etc.
Considering the first series was a spin-off from the first movie, and this series is a spin-off from the previous "Senos" series, the producers seem fit to keep some of the original cast because of their great previous work and for character development as well. One curious detail about this, is the fact that the actual characters they play are somewhat related to their previous roles. There are some examples about this: Gregorio Pernía, who plays Titi in this show and works with Fat Cat, played as a henchman for a druglord in the first "Senos" movie. So, Pernía's characters are related to the drug world; Juan S. Calero played as Albeiro in the first "Senos" movie, yet in this series he plays Octavio, a guy who knows Catalina the late and attempted to have sexual intercourse with Catalina the minor. Then, Calero's characters are related to Catalina and her family. Francisco Bolivar, who plays Jota in this show, played as the first Hilda's son: Bayron. So, Bolivar's characters are related to Catalina and her family.