TV Azteca will present the new original production called 100 formas de amar, which will reach Azteca Trece's screen in Mexico on Tuesday, June 13 at 8:30pm. The telenovela will provide Mexican TV with a dose of "light" entertainment.
"The series will seek to entertain, depart from the violence and strong issues," said Rafael Uriostegui, producter and director, to ttvnews.
"We want entertainment. It's not a show intended to go deep, unlike what we're doing with Mujeres rompiendo el silencio, which is a social criticism. We won't address any topics as strong as those ones here," he said.
Originally produced by Azteca Trece, the series is directed and produced by Rafael Uriostegui (Cielo rojo, Prófugas del destino).
The cast features renowned actors like Mauricio Islas, Pedro Sicard, Nubia Martí, Ana La Salvia, Cinthia Vázquez and Sylvia Sáenz, and young actors from the Training Center for TV Actors (Cefat) in Mexico.
1000 formas de amar will prove that anything goes in war and love. "The idea is for this new product to refresh the network with something fun," he said. "Something that departs from traditional series and everything the company is doing. It will stand out."