|Mi marido tiene familia|
|Based on||My Husband Got a Family|
by Park Ji-eun
|Opening theme||"Tú eres la razón"[a]|
|Ending theme||"Llegaste a mí vida" by Yahir|
|Country of origin||Mexico|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||269 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer||Juan Osorio|
|Original network||Las Estrellas|
|Picture format||HDTV 1080i|
|Audio format||Stereophonic sound|
|Original release||June 5, 2017 –|
February 24, 2019
|Followed by||El corazón nunca se equivoca|
|Related shows||Una familia con suerte|
Mi marido tiene familia, also known as Mi marido tiene más familia for the second season and stylized onscreen as Mi marido tiene + familia, is a Mexican comedy telenovela that premiered on Las Estrellas on June 5, 2017 and ended on February 24, 2019. Produced for Televisa by Juan Osorio and Roy Rojas and created by Héctor Forero López and Pablo Ferrer García-Travesí, based on the South Korean series My Husband Got a Family written by Park Ji-eun and produced by KBS. It stars Zuria Vega, Daniel Arenas, Diana Bracho and Silvia Pinal.
The series revolves around Robert Cooper, a doctor who was adopted by a Colombian American family, but wants to know who his biological parents are. His wife, Julieta Aguilar is in charge of helping him find his family, but she fears that they won't accept her.
On October 18, 2017, Juan Osorio confirmed that the show has been renewed for a second season. The second season premiered on July 9, 2018.
Main article: List of Mi marido tiene familia episodes
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||Mi marido tiene familia||102||5 June 2017||22 October 2017|
|2||Mi marido tiene más familia||167||9 July 2018||24 February 2019|
Julieta (Zuria Vega) and Robert (Daniel Arenas) have the perfect relationship: they both have jobs, they share their dreams and have agreed to not get married. For them, the secret lies in two points: communication and the fact that the adoptive family of Robert lives in another country, saving them the problems of dealing with the in-laws. However, fate has prepared a surprise when they must move to an apartment in a modest area of Oaxaca. There they meet the owners of the building, the Córcega family, not knowing that they are the true family of Robert and that his real name is Juan Pablo. From there, Robert / Juan Pablo and Julieta will have to learn to live with their in-laws, Blanca (Diana Bracho) and Eugenio (Rafael Inclán), and the sisters-in-law, with all the demands that this entails: a battle between tradition and modernity (including to have the couple get married), a whirlwind of emotions and adventures. If they want to achieve the happiness they are looking for, Julieta and Juan Pablo must learn to live with their new family, even if this is more complicated than they thought.
Main article: Mi marido tiene más familia
Finally, Julieta has managed to maintain a personal and professional life with balance, next to Robert and their children: the adopted 4-year-old David, and biological daughter Blanquita who is just months old. Again, the Córcega family will face a series of problems, unleashed when Robert finds his grandfather, Canuto "Tito" Córcega (Carlos Bracho), the "deceased" father of Eugenio, Tulio and Audifaz, something Doña Imelda made them believe when he unexpectedly left.
hunexpectedlyaleft due s unfaithful to Crisanta decades ago. On the other hand, Julieta goes through hot flashes with the arrival of Susana Córcega (Susana González), as her new boss, but Susana is nothing more and nothing less than the daughter that Canuto and Crisanta procreated in Baja California, and together they get to know the rest Córcega to Oaxaca. Susana will test Julieta's ability to excel; she can not believe that her new boss is Robert's blood-related aunt and, therefore, her political aunt. Believing that fate is determined to put more obstacles than he has already had to cross, definitely so it is, because now Julieta has more political family, something that she always wanted to flee. Daniela and Gabriel The bears, have built a stable marriage before the conflicts of their families: the Córcega and the Musi. Daniela will take on a greater challenge when Gabriel asks her to have a son, in itself it was to marry him and his family to accept it. This will trigger even more problems between families.
For Robert, it is a real miracle to have found all of the Córcegas, who also include Susana, half-sister of Eugenio, Tulio and Audifaz, and Sebastián and Axel, sons of Susana and cousins of Robert. Susana also happens to be the new head director of Klass, the company Julieta works at and temporarily led, pushing her to "second-in-command". New tenants, Francisco "Pancho" López and his children, move into the building as a way of escaping from their hurtful past in Mexico City. The remaining members of the Córcega family will detonate a new thread: the fights. This implies new challenges in the lives of Julieta and Robert, including uniting the entire Córcega clan and standing up for yourself at work, and together they will demonstrate that, in spite of the problems of the families they will be able to follow ahead, seeing by their well-being.
Filming for the telenovela began on April 11, 2017 in Oaxaca. Locations in Mexico included Oaxaca and Televisa San Ángel. The trailer for the telenovela was unveiled on the upfront of Univision for the 2017-2018 television season. The telenovela was renewed for a second season on 18 October 2017, days before the end of the first season. The season started filming on 9 May 2018 and ended in February 2019. On 28 May 2018, People en Español confirmed that the telenovela would change its title to Mi marido tiene más familia. According to Juan Osorio, the change of the title was agreed to give more meaning to the story.
Like the previous season several actors will resume their characters such as Zuria Vega, Daniel Arenas, Laura Vignatti, José Pablo Minor, Diana Bracho, Rafael Inclán, and Silvia Pinal. On December 22, 2017, it was confirmed that Arath de la Torre would play Pancho López, a character that he played in 2011 in the telenovela Una familia con suerte. On 1 May 2018 it was confirmed that Vega's brother, Gonzalo Vega would be in the second season, as well as Susana González, Carlos Bracho and the return to television of Carmen Salinas.
On August 31, 2018, it was confirmed that the actress Zuria Vega would leave the production. On September 12, 2018, it was confirmed that the second season would lengthen to more chapters due to the audience obtained throughout 2018. After the extension of the production and the exit Vega, it was confirmed on September 28, 2018, that the actor Daniel Arenas would leave the telenovela due to family commitments. Due to the lengthening of the second season and the departure of the protagonists, on October 26, 2018 People en Español magazine confirmed that Gabriel Soto would enter the production as protagonist with Susana González, and Arath de la Torre. It also confirmed the inclusion of new actors such as the twins José Manuel and José Pablo, and Azul Guaita.
The main theme of the telenovela "Tú eres la razón" was composed by Eduardo Murguía and Mauricio Arriaga and performed by Angelina & Los Fontana. The second song titled "Llegaste a mi vida" was composed by José Luis Roma and performed by Yahir.
Juan Osorio confirmed in February 2019 that the series would have a spin-off based upon "Aristemo", the gay couple formed by the characters of the series Aristóteles Córcega and Temo López portrayed by Emilio Osorio and Joaquín Bondoni respectively. Filming of the spin-off began in April 2019. El corazón nunca se equivoca premiered on June 24, 2019.
|Season||Timeslot (CT)||Episodes||First aired||Last aired|
|1||Mon–Fri 8:30pm||102||June 5, 2017||3.9||October 22, 2017||3.9|
|2||167||July 9, 2018||3.3||February 24, 2019||3.9|
|Season||Timeslot (ET)||Episodes||First aired||Last aired|
|1||Mon–Fri 9pm/8c||100||August 21, 2017||1.67||January 12, 2018||2.00|
|2||147||September 11, 2018||1.87||April 15, 2019||1.49|
|2018||TVyNovelas Awards||Best Telenovela of the Year||Juan Osorio||Nominated|
|Best Actress||Zuria Vega||Nominated|
|Best Actor||Daniel Arenas||Nominated|
|Best Antagonist Actress||Lola Merino||Nominated|
|Best Leading Actress||Silvia Pinal||Won|
|Best Co-lead Actress||Diana Bracho||Won|
|Best Co-lead Actor||Rafael Inclán||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Olivia Bucio||Nominated|
|Best Original Story or Adaptation||Héctor Forero, Pablo Ferrer, and Martha Jurado||Nominated|
|Best Direction||Héctor Bonilla and Aurelio Ávila||Nominated|
|Best Direction of the Camaras||Mauricio Manzano and Gilberto Macín||Nominated|
|Best Musical Theme||"Tú eres la razón" (Los Fontana and Angelina)||Nominated|
|Best Cast||Mi marido tiene familia||Nominated|
|2019||TVyNovelas Awards||Best Telenovela of the Year||Juan Osorio||Nominated|
|Best Actress||Susana González||Nominated|
|Best Actor||Arath de la Torre||Nominated|
|Best Antagonist Actress||Bárbara Islas||Nominated|
|Best Antagonist Actor||Germán Bracco||Nominated|
|Best Leading Actress||Carmen Salinas||Nominated|
|Best Leading Actor||Patricio Castillo||Nominated|
|Best Co-lead Actress||Gaby Platas||Nominated|
|Best Co-lead Actor||José Pablo Minor||Nominated|
|Best Young Lead Actress||Jade Fraser||Nominated|
|Best Young Lead Actor||Emilio Osorio||Nominated|
|Best Original Story or Adaptation||Pablo Ferrer, Santiago Pineda, and Martha Jurado||Nominated|
|Best Direction||Aurelio Ávila, Francisco Franco, and Juan Pablo Blanco||Nominated|
|Best Direction of the Cameras||Mauricio Manzano and Martha Montufar||Won|
|Best Musical Theme||"Tú eres la razón" (Margarita La Diosa de la Cumbia and Los Fontana)||Nominated|
|Best Cast||Mi marido tiene más familia||Nominated|
|Eres Awards||Best Actor||Emilio Osorio||Won|
|José Pablo Minor||Nominated|
|Best Kiss||Emilio Osorio and Joaquín Bondoni||Won|
|GLAAD Media Award||Outstanding Scripted Television Series (Spanish-Language)||Mi marido tiene más familia||Won|