The Mafia Dolls

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The Mafia Dolls
Created by
  • Andrés López
  • Juan Camilo Ferrand
Based onLas fantásticas
by Andrés López and Juan Camilo Ferrand
Directed byLuis Alberto Restrepo
Creative directorGuarnizo Lizarralde[1]
Opening theme"Dame tu amor" by Lisaumet and Rap Topo
Country of originColombia
Original languageSpanish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes118
Executive producerCristina Palacio Pombo
  • Fabián Rodríguez
  • Isabel Cristina Méndez
Camera setupMulti-camera
Original release
Release28 September 2009 (2009-09-28) –
15 March 2019 (2019-03-15)

The Mafia Dolls (Spanish: Las muñecas de la mafia), is a Colombian telenovela created by Andrés López and Juan Camilo Ferrand and that premiered on Caracol Televisión on 28 September 2009, based on the book Las fantásticas written by the same creators of the series.[1]

On 10 October 2017 it was confirmed that the series would be revived for a second season produced by Caracol Televisión for Netflix,[2][3] and it released on 15 March 2019.[4]

Series overview[edit]

SeriesEpisodesOriginally released
First releasedLast releasedNetwork
15828 September 2009 (2009-09-28)8 March 2010 (2010-03-08)Caracol Televisión
26015 March 2019 (2019-03-15)[4]Netflix


The story deals with the lives of five young friends, Brenda, Olivia, Violeta, Renata and Pamela, who live in the fictional Colombian town of "El Carmen." Throughout the series, they become further and further embroiled in inextricable situations because of their involvement with drug king-pin, Braulio Bermudez, his family and his lieutenants. Bermudez, played by the veteran Colombian actor, Fernando Solórzano, is a "capo" operating out of "El Carmen."

Pamela immigrates to the United States of America to try to get away from trouble and be near her father, who was a pilot and ended up in prison because he was captured by the DEA flying cocaine to the United States. She ends up as a maid but tells Brenda she is happy and having a great life.

Olivia ends up in getting eight years in jail, for having a fake wedding with the notorious Braulio Bermudez, and acquiring some of his property.

Violeta dies when, after Braulio's, now led by Norman since Braulio is in jail, local cartel decides to have a treaty with Nicanor’s cartel.

Renata also dies because, to repay money she owed him, Erick, a former henchman of Braulio, forces her to carry drugs to the United States in her stomach. None of her loved ones ever find out about her death because she has no identification on her person.

Brenda ends up carrying Braulio's child, but he is captured, extradited and sent to a US prison, so that she never sees him again.



  • Amparo Grisales as Lucrecia Rivas
  • Fernando Solórzano [es] as Braulio Bermúdez
  • Angélica Blandón as Brenda Navarrete
  • Katherine Escobar as Olivia
  • Yuly Ferreira as Renata Gómez
  • Alejandra Sandoval as Violeta Manrique
  • Andrea Gómez as Pamela Rojas
  • Andrea Guzmán as Noelia de
  • Diego Vásquez as Norman Alberto Zarama
  • Julián Román as Erick González
  • Juan Pablo Franco as Leonel Giraldo
  • Lincoln Palomeque as Giovanni Rosales
  • Marcela Valencia as Ximena
  • Jessica Sanjuan as Guadalupe Bermudez
  • Aura Helena Prada as Carina de Manrique
  • María Claudia Torrez as Melisa
  • Orlando Valenzuela as Gregorio Manrique
  • Mauricio Vélez as Asdrúbal López
  • Félix Antequera as Nicanor Pedraza
  • Julián Arango as Claudio Pedraza
  • Carla Giraldo as Janeth
  • Paola Rey as Brenda Navarrete
  • Juan Carlos Messier as Raúl Jiménez
  • Sebastián Peterson as Amín Martínez
  • Vicky Hernández as Flor de Navarrete
  • Paula Barreto as Martha
  • Gary Forero as Orlando Páez
  • Juan Manuel Restrepo as Kenny
  • Carlos Kajú as William Toledo
  • Edwin Maya as Arturo
  • Adriana Osorio as Aurora de Gómez
  • Jason Chad as DEA Agent
  • Camilo Sáenz
  • Rodolfo Silva
  • Norma Nivia
  • Lina Nieto
  • Roger Moreno
  • Felipe Bernadette


  • Julián Caicedo as Uña (season 1)
  • Jairo Ordóñez as Mugre (season 1)
  • Alejandro López as Alejo (season 1)
  • Andrés Sandoval as Nicolás (season 1)
  • Franklin Gutierrez as a Prisoner (season 2)
  • Jennifer Leibovici as Magaly (season 2)


  1. ^ a b Hofman, Rocío (27 October 2014). "Diego Guarnizo, el director de arte de la televisión colombian". (in Spanish). Retrieved 20 October 2017.
  2. ^ "Amparo Grisales será única protagonista en nueva temporada de 'Las muñecas de la mafia 2'". (in Spanish). 8 October 2017. Retrieved 20 October 2017.
  3. ^ "Segunda temporada de 'Las muñecas de la mafia' será con Amparo Grisales". (in Spanish). 10 October 2017. Retrieved 20 October 2017.
  4. ^ a b ""Las muñecas de la mafia" 2: fecha de estreno por Netflix y en Colombia, tráiler, historia, actrices, personajes y todo". El Comercio (in Spanish). 4 July 2019. Retrieved 12 September 2019.