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Original Title :
Sin Senos Sí Hay Paraíso
Genre :
TV Series / Action / Crime / Drama / Romance
Cast :
Fabián Ríos,Carolina Gaitan,Majida Issa
Type :
TV Series
Time :
44min
Rating :
7.0/10
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...? {locallinks-homepage}
Series cast summary:
Fabián Ríos Fabián Ríos - Albeiro Marín 232 episodes, 2016-2018
Carolina Gaitan Carolina Gaitan - Catalina Marín 229 episodes, 2016-2018
Majida Issa Majida Issa - Yésica Beltrán 'La Diabla' 227 episodes, 2016-2018
Catherine Siachoque Catherine Siachoque - Hilda Santana 220 episodes, 2016-2018
Juan Pablo Urrego Juan Pablo Urrego - Hernán Darío Bayona 'Nachi' 212 episodes, 2016-2018
Francisco Bolívar Francisco Bolívar - José Luis Vargas 'Jota' 208 episodes, 2016-2018
Stefanía Gómez Stefanía Gómez - Vanessa Salazar 181 episodes, 2016-2018
Johanna Fadul Johanna Fadul - Daniela Barrera Beltrán 170 episodes, 2016-2018
Gregorio Pernía Gregorio Pernía - Aurelio Jaramillo 'El Titi' 169 episodes, 2016-2018
Carmen Villalobos Carmen Villalobos - Catalina Santana / - 158 episodes, 2016-2018
Jennifer Arenas Jennifer Arenas - Valentina Fonseca 149 episodes, 2016-2018
Juan Pablo Llano Juan Pablo Llano - Daniel Cerón 144 episodes, 2016-2018
Stephania Duque Stephania Duque - Mariana Sanín 130 episodes, 2017-2018
Carolina Sepúlveda Carolina Sepúlveda - Ximena Fonseca 129 episodes, 2016-2018
Roberto Manrique Roberto Manrique - Santiago Sanín 114 episodes, 2017-2018
Manuel Antonio Gómez Manuel Antonio Gómez - Esteban Calvo 109 episodes, 2016-2018
Luigi Aycardi Luigi Aycardi - Anibal Manrique 100 episodes, 2016-2017
Marilyn Patiño Marilyn Patiño - Lucia Barrios 100 episodes, 2016-2018
César Mora 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.


User reviews

Erthai

Erthai

Let's be honest: Catherine Siachoque is getting worst and worst as an actress, she used to be a good one, but this performance is so pitiful. Her husband is abusing his role as director of the season 1, and he is imposing her with a main role in every sequel he directs. That accent (paisa) that she is trying to do, it is so fake, I don't know why they have to change that from the first season, that was more natural than this second one. Terrible what a shame!!! On the other hand they have excellent performers like the actor who plays the role as "mugroso"', the actress with the role as "la diabla" and a couple of more actors that I don't remember their names, that exceed their roles on the second season.
Bedy

Bedy

Daniela is wayyyy hotter than Catalina. Just saying!
Monn

Monn

The original "Sin Senos No Hay Paraíso" was an amazing story, following the hard life of a group of girls growing up in Colombia. Great actors, great story, great ending.

"Sin Senos Si Hay Paraíso" is a "continuation" of the previous show. This serie is nothing compared the first one. There was no need to change the original story, but it was done, dissaointig all watchers. The orinal story was a much interesting one.

Why did they have to change the accents? These accents are awful, I understand that the characters matured but there was no need for that. I can't stand Doña Hilda's accent.

The new Catalina is absolutely nothing like the first one, not that she had to be because she was raised differently than the first Catalina, but if you're going to make a continuation and you want your watchers to stay interested, the main character needs to be more enjoyable to watch. The new Catalina is very boring to see. She is not smart, not sassy, no charismatic.

If this is a show very influence by women's contemporary beauty standard, the new Catalina does not fit for her role. Throughout the show, it's mention so much that the new Catalina is more attractive than Hilda's first daughter, and I do not agree.

In the original Show, Catalina was know for being beautiful, and most importantly for having a sweet young look, the actor fit perfectly with the description. But in the new one, they have a 32 year old woman play a role of a 15th year old girl? (The younger Catalina) I couldn't concentrate in the story because I keep on wondering the actors age, she look a lot older than her character.

I agree with most reviews, jotas character was a downgrade. His character could have had an amazing role for his very interesting life story, but it was completely ruined.

La Diabla, had a very drastic changer in her character. Her original character was a more realistic vilan.

If the production was able to reclute all the original characters, is ubderstandable, I believe they did a good job at replacing them.

Unfortunately I'm not happy with the new production just like many other fans from the original serie.
Amerikan_Volga

Amerikan_Volga

I agree with all of the negative reviews but even still I love both Sin Senos Si Hay Paraiso and Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso. Painful acting from some and the soundtrack repeats itself but I'm forever drawn in. But I digress, I'm here to question Jota's character. Did we forget he use to be a hardcore motorcycle riding, gun slanging thug/hitman? At what point did he turn into someone overly mindless and scary? He's complete opposite of how he started out. Of course you want and expect some character development but in his case it was character failure. I love Jota nonetheless but he needs to be toughened up some if by chance you all have another season with little Catalina having a baby.
Snowseeker

Snowseeker

I agree with the last review, what is it with that silly accent? almost sounds like she's on xanax, and "J" who sounds like chavo del ocho is painful to watch.

I like the original series, although their soundtrack was awful the story line kept me interested. They vastly improved on this new season in many ways including the soundtrack which is great..

Surely they forgot the last episode where Cata gets killed was a rainy late afternoon, they started this new one on a bright at 11am dry day. Oh well, not a biggie. What happened to the models going to Spain and their future getting brighter? all of the sudden they are back hooking and the rest in dire straights.

lately, the overly abused kidnap or captures is getting old and let's hope the end is near because this series is getting ridiculous and it could have been great, they just went too far and silly in my opinion.
Vinainl

Vinainl

In the wake of success from other Telemundo super series such as 'El Rey de Los Cielos' and 'Señora Acero', someone thought it'd be a good idea to make a sequel from the original 'Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso". They were very wrong. For starters, in her efforts to play the role of a teenager, 32 yr old Carolina Gaitan has dumbed herself down so much that the "new Cata" is painful to watch. Carmen Villalobos, in her original role, played a much more believable teenager: smart, sassy, stubborn and very relatable. The 'new Cata' leaves much to be desired. The new series tries to answer questions that were left open ended in the original, Those questions however are not worth enough to keep a viewer interested in this spin off. At the time, those questions were left up the viewer's discretion as to their answer and within that lies the magic of the original series. 'Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso' was a social, moral, political commentary on the state of young women in Latin America that left a powerful message on its viewers. The sequel is disappointing, it tries too hard to build excuses for Cata's family who let her down so long ago and haven't gained an ounce of wisdom in the years since. An unnecessary sequel which attempts to tarnish the legacy of the original.
Doomwarden

Doomwarden

I really liked the first season. Then it all went downhill on the Second season and the third is the reason I'm writing this review. I really dislike Mariana, I get that the story is trying to recreate her mother's bad choices, but she doesn't even cry when she's crying! And don't get me started with the fact about a witch that has a spell and curse on most of the characters... so now they are chasing ghosts? They detached the story from the drug traffickers and the main storyline. Good concept turned crap!
bass

bass

Why do good shows have to change? Doña Hilda's accent set a bad precedence for this new series. Cringe worthy to say the least. Her new paisa accent makes her unrelatable to her original chanarcter. I really enjoyed the first SSNHP. Maybe they should have left good enough alone with the end of that one. The new SSSHP is too way out there and different. Disappointed for sure.
BeatHoWin

BeatHoWin

Catherine Siachoque ruined the show with her performance. I was addicted to the show so I couldnt stop watching but every time I seen her on the screen I cringed at the thought of hearing her voice again!!!
Andromathris

Andromathris

How come Albeiro's last name was Manrique on the first one and changed to Marin on the second one? Why did Albeiro think he was having a boy on the second one when it clearly says they were having a girl on the first one? How did Catalina la grande go from this airhead brat to this badass DEA agent? Please... Is this really based on a true story?
Error parents

Error parents

Sin Senos no Hay Paraíso is my all time favorite novela. My mom use to watch it when I was a kid and now that I'm 21 I decided to rewatch it to better understand it and to fully enjoy it and it's great! So imagine my disappointment when the second part of the novela came out "Sin senos si hay paraíso" They changed the majority of the actors/actresses but that's not the part that dissappoints me! It's the fact that they changed up so many important details from the ending of the previous novela to make this one work and it just ruined it for me. The new Catalina is also extremely annoying throughout the whole show. I really wanted this to be better, I'm so disappointed by the outcome. I'm giving it three stars because it's watchable but it's nothing compared to the original.
Mave

Mave

I really liked the original Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso, it was intriguing, well acted, and had a believable story line. Catalina la Grande (Villalobos) is an incredibly beautiful actress and talented in her role. No matter what she does she never loses the aura of sweetness, innocence, and likeability. In the new series Sin Senos Si Hay Paraiso, Catalina la Mediana is too old to play that role, not nearly as pretty as the first Catalina who is supposed to be her big sister, and infinitely less likeable, being loud, a ruffian, and opposite of what everyone says she is portraying in the role. Not sweet, not gentle, not an angel, but very much an spoiled, unkind, immature bully in many instances. She and Hernan Dario have no fire or passion sparking between them to make their relationship seem real, unlike Catalina la Grande and Albeiro who are perfect as star-crossed lovers. The girl who plays Daniela, an unlikable character, is an excellent actress lending passion and believable emotion to her role and is beautiful as well as dramatic. Jota's role has downgraded him from the original smart, streetwise, caring, brave young man with a stutter, to a jester-like brainless coward unlike the Jota in the original series. Dona Hilda has also lost 90% of her original appeal and personality in the new series. El Titi is still dynamic, funny, passionate, romantic, and evil, but too entertaining and charming to hate as a villain because he is amazing as an actor. Martin turning cannibal, serial killer is ridiculous, a waste of an excellent, talented, James Bond-like actor who is beloved by many north American viewers for his role as Oscar in Pasion de Gavillanes. There is now graphic violence, gore, murder, torture, and gruesomeness for the stake of shock value and it is often disgusting and unnecessary to the story-line, as is the insane addition of voodoo, witches, curses, and black magic which has no place in a story that was never intended to be supernatural. The evil is human and criminal, not other worldly. And now they add a third new Yesica, the first was the best, but how does one explain a face transplant that somehow added five to seven inches of height to the character? It is sad that they could not keep up the quality of the original story and it just keeps getting worse and is now hard to watch without wondering who is writing this new stuff and why? Old story lines are not followed through from one episode to the next let alone from the original series. The sound tract often drowns out the actors voices making them hard to understand. I watch to keep my Spanish current, I am nearly fluent and don't watch with subtitles, but as the story lines cease to make sense and actors are not allowed to showcase their true talents, it is not a series most North American viewers will be willing to follow. It used to be great. I wish they would try to recapture the original if they are granted another season, but I would say that Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso was a 9 or 10 rating, Sin Senos Si Hay Paraiso is maybe a 3.
Gavinranadar

Gavinranadar

Whattttt? What's going on, series is going crazy, all scenes that include this characters are a waste of time, the director is loosing it: A Ghost Town, an elder father that all of a sudden appears in the series but it happens to be a mummy; seems to me they want to justify they're Appearing in the series but going out of arguments

Jotica: come on, regardless what the director or whoever make you do this character; it's up to the actor to come up with something original, unique or funny, but taking part of Chespirito series doesn't work for you at all, Chespirito is a leyend, this character it's ridiculous honestly no offense

Albeiro: jaja i don't even want to go there

Doña Hilda: you're better actresse than that don't let Albeiro drown you

But everyone else in the series is good

Cata, Jessica, La demonia very good The only reason I still watch it
Cells

Cells

I did like the series, with the exception of the main character Catalina. She was a spoiled brat with out a brain. She was the main character and the worst actress. I fast forward her scenes at the end I cant believe parents let there 18 year old adults act that way no matter the reason.
Frdi

Frdi

I have seen both of the si hay paraiso and no hay paraiso. They are great movies for men and women to fall in love with Columbia and their beautiful people.The two stars for these movies are very beautiful.Carmen and Carolina. I love each movie and want to see more, from these two beautiful women. Mucho Am ore
Made-with-Love

Made-with-Love

This sequel with almost all the actors from the prequel is better, why? this one has more action, it's more interesting.In that one we can see a different role from Catherine Siachoque, it's true, hard to see her scenes, it's a boring role more that it was in Without Breasts There Is No Paradise but there's the little Catalina, La Diabla's daughter Daniela and La Diabla what are are really good characters.I loved that first 90 episodes season and i'm waiting for the second /third one.Another better part is that here at the final, last 30 minutes from the series we discover that Catalina la Grande, what died in the episode 239 from Without Breasts There Is No Paradise, still alive. It's the best Spanish language TV Series from the 2016. Don't listen the awful reviews. See this one and you will don't feel bad because it's amazing!