11-11: En mi cuadra nada cuadra

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11-11: En mi cuadra nada cuadra
11-11 póster.jpg
Genre Telenovela
Created by
  • Luis Llosa
  • Pablo Vásquez
Directed by
  • Cary Delgado
  • Diego Salazar Cely
  • Cusi Barrio
Starring
Opening theme "En mi cuadra nada cuadra" by Patricio Gallardo, Thali García and Alberich Bormann
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 75
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Tatiana Rodríguez
  • Luis Llosa
Producer(s)
Cinematography John P. Tarver
Editor(s) Gustavo Betalleluz Leyva
Camera setup Multi-camera
Production company(s)
Distributor Somos Distribution
Release
Original network Nickelodeon Latin America
Picture format HDTV 720p
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original release June 3 (2013-06-03) – September 13, 2013 (2013-09-13)
External links
Website 1111.mundonick.com/index.php/main/index/

11-11: En mi cuadra nada cuadra (English title: 11-11: On my block anything block) is a youth telenovela on Nickelodeon Latin America starring Patricio Gallardo, Alberich Bormann and Thali García with Kevin Aponte and Karla Cervantes as the antagonists.[1]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main characters[edit]

  • Patricio Gallardo as Enrique "Kike" Calderón, a young man who came to live in building 11-11 where he met a beautiful girl named sandra, whom he fell in love with, but he discovers a great secret that was hidden in the building.
  • Alberich Bormann as Enrique Calderón, this character is the adult version of Kike which opts for life when Kike sleeps for the first time in one of the 3 beds that Don Leonardo invented.
  • Thali García as Sandra Jiménez, a talented young woman who can sing and Kike falls in love with seeing her for the first time.
  • Kevin Aponte as Esteban Restrepo, series antagonist; is son of Don Maximiliano Restrepo owner of building 11-11, and one of the lovers of Sandra.
  • Karla Cervantes as Virginia Ramos
  • Reinaldo Zavarce as Juan José "Juanjo" Seminario
  • Carolina Ayala as Ana Teresa
  • Ana Belén Lander as Karina Calderón
  • Virginia Núñez as Anabela
  • Hernán Canto as Valentino
  • Daniela de la Fe as Denisse
  • Emeraude Toubia as Elizabeth
  • Andrea Martínez as Ana
  • Silvana Arias as Mariana Valle
  • Óscar Priego as Joaquín Mendoza

Recurring characters[edit]

  • Ismael La Rosa as Jaime Calderón
  • Henry Zakka as Don Camilo
  • Ricardo Silva as Don Maximiliano Restrepo
  • Liliana Rodríguez as Tía Lucrecía
  • Estefany Oliveira as Sharon Restrepo
  • Flor Núñez as Doña Consuelo
  • Jullye Giliberti as Susana Jiménez
  • Sandra Destenave as Patricia

Special guest stars[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Result
2013 Kids Choice Awards México[2][3]
Favorite Actor Patricio Gallardo Nominated
Favorite Actress Thali García Nominated
Actor favorite cast Reinaldo Zavarce Nominated
Actor favorite cast Alberich Bormann Nominated
Favorite actress cast Karla Cervantes Nominated
Best Villain Kevin Aponte Nominated
Kids Choice Awards Argentina
Actor favorite cast Reinaldo Zavarce Nominated

References[edit]