Mujer, casos de la vida real is a television show produced by Hispanic television Televisa for Canal de las Estrellas. The show first aired after the Mexican earthquake of 1985 as a method to assist victims of the natural disaster. Though its execution was not exactly as conceived, Televisa continued the program after seeing the outpouring of response from the Mexican public. In its first few seasons, the show presented lighthearted themes, such as love stories and lost loves; during the 1980s, such topics as domestic violence had still not been accepted in Mexican society. In the 1990s, themes acquired a grittier look, including cases of rape, incest, child abuse, prostitution, homosexuality and domestic violence. The show became a stage for social reform in Mexico. With these changes, the show was usually first in line to discuss topics that were often kept out of the public eye. Although Mujer underwent several metamorphoses in the first decade of the 21st century, and a spin-off show developed, the show stopped producing episodes in 2007, and in 2009 Silvia Pinal confirmed its cancellation.
|Title||Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real|
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