Por tu amor
Por tu amor- Televisa.jpg
Created byCaridad Bravo Adams
Written byGabriela Ortigoza
Ricardo Fiallega
Juan Carlos Tejeda
Carmen Sepúlveda
Begoña Fernández
Directed byLuis Eduardo Reyes
Alfredo Gurrola
Lily Garza
Benjamín Pineda
StarringGabriela Spanic
Saúl Lisazo
Katie Barberi
Gerardo Murguía
Roberto Vander
Opening themePor tu amor by Charlie Zaa
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish (1999)
No. of episodes90
Executive producerAngelli Nesma Medina
ProducerMaría de Jesús Arellano
Production locationsFilming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
San Carlos, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Chicago, United States
CinematographyGilberto Macín
Roberto Zamora Soldevilla
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture formatNTSC
Original releaseMay 31 (1999-05-31) –
October 1, 1999 (1999-10-01)

Por tu amor (English: For your love) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Angelli Nesma Medina for Televisa in 1999.[1]

Gabriela Spanic and Saúl Lisazo starred as protagonists, while Katie Barberi, Mauricio Aspe, Claudio Báez and Gerardo Albarrán starred as antagonists. Gerardo Murguía, Roberto Vander and Margarita Magaña starred as stellar performances.


The residences of little coast town San Carlos are living peacefully, until the arrival of the rich, mysterious man Marco Duran (Saul Lizaso).

Marco's presence will awake old stories and burn big passions.

Maria del Cielo (Gabriela Spanic) is a pretty girl that easily captured Marco's interest. He sees in her the girl he had always dreamed about.

On the other hand, Maria del Cielo sees him as nothing but an intruder.

Cielo is a very proud girl. She lives with her father, Nicolas, her grandmother, Paz and her sister Brisa (Margarita Mangana). She took the role of her mother to Brisa since they have lost their mom when they were just little girls.

Cielo is engaged to a town doctor, Sergio Zambrano (Gerardo Murguia).

During the wedding preparations, she learned that Sergio has fallen under the influence of her sister Brisa and that he spent a wild passionate night on a beach with her.

To keep the good family name, Cielo sacrificed her love. She broke up her engagement to Sergio and forced him to marry her sister Brisa instead.

Towards Marco, Cielo shows nothing but despise and contempt, she is not aware that slowly, she started to fall in love with him.

Marco doesn't know his biological roots; he grew up as an orphan and that left big trails in his life. But, in spite of that, with his persistence, he made big fortune. In front of Cielo, he acts like a bastard, without any manners and education. Even when he is in love with Cielo; he has his long time mistress, Miranda (Katie Barberi).

Miranda is a young adventuress, who is capable of doing everything to have Marco marry her. The big part in San Carlos belongs to Raquel and a secret she thought was buried deep in the past. Meanwhile, Sergio is unhappy with his own marriage, he comes to bother Cielo all the time. To counter, Cielo accepted Marco's marriage proposal.

Now, there are a lot of things working against Marco and Cielo and Miranda comes with a vengeance to take what she thought belonged to her.


On Monday, May 31, 1999, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Por tu amor weekdays at 8:00pm, replacing Nunca te olvidaré. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, October 1, 1999 with Laberintos de pasión replacing it on Monday, October 4, 1999.

From Monday, May 8, 2000 to Friday, September 15, 2000, Univisión broadcast Por tu amor weeknights at 7pm/6c, replacing Soñadoras. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, September 15, 2000 at 7pm/6c, with Locura de amor replacing it on Monday, September 18, 2000.

From Tuesday, July 24, 2001 to Saturday, December 1, 2001, Galavisión broadcast Por tu amor every Tuesday to Saturday mornings at 5am/4c, replacing Marisol. The last episode was broadcast on Saturday, December 1, 2001 at 5am/4c, with Mujeres engañadas replacing it on Tuesday, December 4, 2001.



  1. ^ "Por tu amor" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on February 17, 2003. Retrieved April 14, 2016.