No Te Puedes Esconder premieres Monday 9/30 on Telemundo

Here’s a warm-up before tomorrow. Telemundo has preview videos up on TelemundoNOW.

  • “Mónica”/Lidia (Blanca Soto) – mother to “Natalia,” went into DEA Witness Protection for testifying against her husband
  • “Natalia”/Amalia (Samantha Siquieros) – daughter to “Mónica”
  • Daniel (Eduardo Noriega) – paid to kill Mónica, but when they’re both near an explosion, she saves his life
  • Alex (Iván Sánchez) – Mónica’s boyfriend
  • (Gabriel Porras)
  • Orrutia (Maribel Verdú) – psychologist, assassination expert
  • Eli (Patricia Guirado)
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Author: 5ftLatina

Kat is 5ftLatina. She is really 5' tall (and probably shrinking) and Latina. She is not actually a cactus, but she is both prickly and cute. Mr. 5ft is actually married to Kat, but is not 5' tall or Latina. He is also not a form of plant life.

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Sara
10 months ago

Thanks for this!

Sara
10 months ago
Reply to  5ftLatina

Skip the show or the post?

I’ve only seen the previews on Telemundo but I still didnt feel like i knew what the show was about.

Sara
10 months ago
Reply to  5ftLatina

Sounds about like my reasons.

Sara
10 months ago

I just realized that an actor from Velvet season 2 is in this… I think.

Sara
10 months ago
Reply to  5ftLatina

Is it a guy with really short hair amd blue eyes who’s not Ivan Sanchez or the hired assassin?

Sara
10 months ago
Reply to  5ftLatina

I think the character name is Torres?

Sara
10 months ago
Reply to  5ftLatina

Yup. That’s him.

Linda F.
Linda F.
10 months ago

I really enjoyed the first episode and love those Spanish actors! This seems more interesting than Telemundo’s other recent short-run series (Jugar con Fuego was disappointing).

Sara
10 months ago
Reply to  Linda F.

I agree. My husband and I were expecting a faster pace, but we both think its going to build momentum and we are really curious about every character. We didn’t think anyone was what they seemed!

Linda F.
Linda F.
10 months ago

Thanks for the recap, Kat! BTW, there were horrible spoilers at the end of episode 2. The so-called preview revealed so many secrets that it’s practically ruined the show for me. The only explanation I can think of is that ratings for Monday night must have lagged far behind El Dragón, so they were desperate to show fans all the cool stuff in store. For me, it had the opposite effect. 🙁

Sara
10 months ago
Reply to  Linda F.

Yes, many thanks for the warning!
Telemundo is notorious for over sharing during the previews….and if they aren’t over sharing its deceptive previews.

Linda F.
Linda F.
10 months ago
Reply to  Sara

I just checked PRODU Twitter and, sure enough, El Dragón is killing NTPE in the ratings. I think that explains Telemundo’s eagerness to show all the juicy bits they can in the previews, to hang on to their dwindling audience.

Sara
10 months ago
Reply to  Linda F.

There’s another thing I don’t get… The Rulli effect.

Wonder if El (eterno) señor de los cielos will top El Dragón when it premieres.

(Of course of all the shows I am still liking Anónima the best.)

Linda F.
Linda F.
10 months ago
Reply to  Sara

Totally agree with you about Anónima! And I’m liking Max again. 🙂