“I am Betty the Ugly one” became quite a cultural phenomenon. The Colombian telenovela even earned several Guinness records by being broadcast at the time in 180 countries, being dubbed into 25 languages and having at least 28 adaptations around the worldincluding the Mexican “La fea más bella”, which enjoyed great acceptance in the country.
A few days ago, the fans of the beloved “Betty” got a huge and pleasant surprise when the rumors were confirmed: there will be a soap opera sequel and will feature the originals “Beatriz Pinzón” and “Don Armando Mendoza”, Yeah! Ana María Orozco and Jorge Enrique Abello are back… and they promise a lot.
Previously, “I am Ugly Betty” was in the Netflix catalog, always unbeatable in the Top 10 most watched. After leaving the platform, We tell you where you can enjoy the long-awaited sequel.
“I AM BETTY, LA FEA”, WHERE CAN YOU SEE THE SEQUEL OF THE POPULAR COLOMBIAN TELENOVELA?
The official synopsis of the new series has already been published through an official bulletin, and it states that “tells the story of the iconic Beatriz Pinzón Solano 20 years after the conclusion of the original series. While the empowered Betty remains married to her husband and company leader, Armando Mendoza, she rebuilds her relationship with her teenage daughter Mila, and tries to cope with the crisis at her family company, wondering if she chose the path that made her 20 years ago. truly happy”.
Sounds interesting to you? Surely. Now, it is true that “I am Betty, the ugly one” was part of Netflix; However, a few months ago it left the catalog of the streaming platform to become part of Amazon Prime Video. The sequel will be available on this same platform.
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That’s how it is! Now you can enjoy both the original “Betty” and the sequel on Prime Video, so if you have not seen the soap opera yet, it is a good time to catch up on what the new version of the story is premiering.
About the premiere of the sequel of “I am Betty, the ugly one”, Prime Video has not given exact dates, although it did announce that it will reach more than 240 countries and territories this 2024.