La niña
La niña

La niña

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Release date: April 26, 2016

Country: Colombia,

La niña is a (2016– ) Colombia-Spanish language series, directed by Rodrigo Triana and created by . The synopsis of the series read as A young woman who was part of the guerrilla force now seeks a better life in the city. She wants to study medicine, to heal instead of hurt, but she’ll have a challenge since being part of outside-the-law groups always leaves consequences.The series stars Ana María Estupiñán, Sebastian Eslava, Laura Archbold, Martha Restrepo in the pivotal roles.The series La niña consists 1 seasons and the first season of La niña released on 2016-04-26. Check below for more inside information about La niña. This page will put a light upon the La niña wiki, cast info, release date, teaser/trailer, actors/actresses with their roles, controversies, trivia, shooting location info, rumors, lesser-known facts, and more.


La niña Synopsis:

A young woman who was part of the guerrilla force now seeks a better life in the city. She wants to study medicine, to heal instead of hurt, but she'll have a challenge since being part of outside-the-law groups always leaves consequences.

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La niña Wiki:

Title La niña
Original Title La niña
Type Series
Genres Drama,
Release date April 26, 2016
Original Language Spanish
Language(s) Spanish,
Country of Origin Colombia
Country Colombia,
Director(s) Rodrigo Triana
Creator(s)
Writer(s) Ricardo Aponte (screenplay cooperation), Yamile Daza (screenwriter), Diego Osorio (screenwriter), Leonor Sardi (screenplay collaborator) & 2 more
Producer(s) Ana Piñeres, Clara María Ochoa
Music Director(s)
Cinematographer(s) Nicolas Escobar Pazos, Julian Torres
Editor(s) Jorge Aragon, Diego Narciso
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‘La niña‘ Cast Credits:

  • Ana María Estupiñán as Belky Bustamante ‘Sara’ (86 episodes, 2016)
  • Sebastian Eslava as Manuel / Manuel Monsalve (86 episodes, 2016)
  • Laura Archbold as Natalia Villamizar (86 episodes, 2016)
  • Martha Restrepo as Ángela de Barragán (86 episodes, 2016)
  • Roger Moreno as Esteban (86 episodes, 2016)
  • Carlos Sanchez as Santiago Caballero (50 episodes, 2016)
  • Maria del Rosario as Yolima (28 episodes, 2016)
  • Victoria Ortiz as María Luisa Barragán (12 episodes, 2016)
  • Mauro Mauad as Piere (9 episodes, 2016)
  • Vivian Ossa as Mariana (7 episodes, 2016)
  • Juan Camilo Castillo as Alias Peter / Germán ‘Alias Peter’ (7 episodes, 2016)
  • Marcela Benjumea as Mireya Pinzón (3 episodes, 2016)
  • Marcelo Dos Santos as Alfonso Montealegre (3 episodes, 2016)
  • Diego Vásquez as Coronel Luis Barragán (3 episodes, 2016)
  • Cristina Campuzano as Constanza ‘Connie’ Duque (3 episodes, 2016)

Trailer/ Teaser of La niña:

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La niña Seasons

The first episode of the series La niña released on 2016-04-26. The series has total 1 seasons.


Where to watch La niña?

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Additional Information

  • The series is being directed by Rodrigo Triana.
  • The producer/s of the series La niña is/are Ana Piñeres, Clara María Ochoa.
  • The original title of the series La niña is La niña.
  • The genres of the series La niña is/are Drama, .
  • The original language of the film is Spanish.
  • The series’ country of origin is Colombia.
  • The writer/s of the series La niña is/are Ricardo Aponte (screenplay cooperation), Yamile Daza (screenwriter), Diego Osorio (screenwriter), Leonor Sardi (screenplay collaborator) & 2 more.
  • The series’ music composed by .
  • The cinematographer or director of photography of the series La niña is Nicolas Escobar Pazos, Julian Torres.
  • The editor of the series La niña is Jorge Aragon, Diego Narciso.
  • The series has total 1 seasons.

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