|Ni contigo ni sin ti|
|Created by||Cassiano Gabus Méndez|
|Written by||Antonio Abascal|
Carlos Daniel González
|Screenplay by||Gabriela Ortigoza|
|Directed by||José Elías Moreno|
|Theme music composer||Jorge Eduardo Murguía|
Mauricio L. Arriuga
|Opening theme||Ni contigo ni sin ti performed by Pepe Aguilar|
|Ending theme||Eres performed by Alessandra Rosaldo|
|Country of origin||Mexico|
|No. of episodes||130|
|Executive producer||Mapat L. de Zatarain|
|Producer||Marco Vinicio López de Zatarain|
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Marco Vinicio López de Zatarain
|Running time||41-44 minutes|
|Original network||Canal de las Estrellas|
|Picture format||480i SDTV |
|Audio format||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Original release||February 28 –|
August 26, 2011
|Followed by||Amorcito corazón|
|Related shows||Te Contei? (1978)|
¿Te conté? (1990)
Ni contigo... ni sin ti (English title: With You, Without You) is a Spanish-language Mexican telenovela produced by Mapat L. de Zatarain for Televisa. It premiered on February 28, 2011 and ended on August 26, 2011.
Eduardo Santamarina, Laura Carmine, Erick Elías and Alessandra Rosaldo starred as protagonists, while Andrea Torre, Ricardo Franco and Luz María Jerez starred as antagonists. Sabine Moussier, María Marcela, Otto Sirgo, Ximena Herrera and the leading actresses Luz María Aguilar and Beatriz Aguirre starred as stellar performances.
In the United States it premiered on Univision on October 18, 2011, and ended on April 6, 2012.
Leo (Eduardo Santamarina) became blind because of an accident that occurred when he was 15 years old. His personality does not correspond to television stereotypes of disabled persons. On the contrary, Leo is optimistic and happy. Nicole (Laura Carmine) moves into Leo's building after leaving her home town due to the destruction caused by a hurricane.
Leo works selling encyclopedias and teaching Braille at the local museum while Nicole studies design. They meet and fall in love. Nicole works in an exclusive boutique run by Eleonor (Sabine Moussier). Eleonor has a daughter named Veronica (Lili Gorett). Besides having a complicated mother-daughter relationship, they share a secret. Julia (Alessandra Rosaldo) also lives there and is constantly looking for job. Julia is about to marry Octavio (Otto Sirgo), a wealthy, middle-aged man who gets everything his way. She is marrying him out of gratitude because he got her out of a strip club. She meets Iker (Erick Elías), a good-looking young man. There is a misunderstanding between them and Iker feels rejected.
The story tells about other couples, rich and humble. Rich people have a nice house in a district of uptown. Humble people have jobs that provide basic support.
|2012||Best Female Revelation||Laura Carmine||Won|
|Best Co-lead Actress||Ximena Herrera||Nominated|
|Best Young Lead Actor||Brandon Peniche|
|2012||Best Performance by an Actor||Eduardo Santamarina||Won|
|Best Performance by an Actress||Sabine Moussier|
|2012||Best Character Design||Gabriela Ortigoza, Antonio Abascal and Carlos Daniel González||Won|
|2012||Best Theme of Telenovela, Series, Theater or Movie in Spanish||Pepe Aguilar||Nominated|