Victoria Ruffo leaves a door open for Telemundo


Victoria Ruffo leaves a door open for Telemundo

The Victoria star may return to the U.S. TV station to work on future projects.

- Lo bueno: La actuación de Victoria Ruffo, una actriz con tres décadas de carrera que jamás ha dado un paso en falso y que logró darle un toque distinto y muy respetable al personaje que Angélica Aragón había hecho con maestría. Mauricio Ochmann por su parte, logró una frescura muy creíble y así, la historia original de Bernardo Romero Pereiro tomó nuevos bríos.

- Lo malo: Al igual que en su versión anterior, Mirada de mujer (Azteca América), Telemundo se engolosinó con el éxito de la historia, y hacia el final de la telenovela hubo escenas alargadas que hicieron que, lo que hasta entonces era perfecto, se volviera aburrido.
Victoria Ruffo's return to Televisa, after having spent a year with Telemundo, has not affected her good relationship with the U.S. television station, which assures Ruffo that she's welcome to return whenever she'd like. According to reports, the actress did abandon the station, but rather left on good terms because her contract had expired.

"Victoria Ruffo has no contractual obligation to Telemundo other than Victoria. At the present time, she is not working on a project with us, but we hope to work together again in the near future.

Thus, the wife of the municipal president of Pachuca will calmly return to Televisa to play a terrible villainess in En Nombre del amor, in which she co-stars with Leticia Calderón and Laura Flores.

"I consider it a risk, but I expect to relish in the challenge because I'm an actress who likes to play different roles, and in this case I want to really to enjoy it, because villains always have more fun than the leading ladies," said the actress in regards to the shift in her career.

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