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Ana María and Pilar deal with the aftermath of the scandal. The entire Carranza family gathers at the Monarca estate for Gonzalo and Itzel's wedding.
The episode was rated 9.05 from 22 votes.
Sofía gives Martin shocking news. As Mexico elects a new president, Monarca's reins — and the allegiances between the Carranza siblings — shift again.
The episode was rated 8.67 from 21 votes.
Andrés goes forward with his plan to expand Monarca Hotels. Sara agrees to meet Pablo and Camila. Joaquín gathers evidence against Pilar.
The episode was rated 8.59 from 22 votes.
Sofía is suspicious of Cecilia's erratic behavior. Ana María is shocked when she learns more about Alberto. Jimena and Andrés try something new.
The episode was rated 8.46 from 24 votes.
Lourdes feels alienated at Gonzalo and Itzel's celebration. Sofía continues to seek answers about Fausto's death, defying her cousins.
The episode was rated 8.43 from 23 votes.
The agave fields burn and Ana María's investigator looks into whether her brother is to blame. Joaquín proposes removing his sister from Monarca.
The episode was rated 8.27 from 26 votes.
The Carranza siblings attempt to do what's best for their mother, in light of her recent action. Joaquín takes part in a dangerous mission.
The episode was rated 8.24 from 21 votes.
The Carranza family argues over which kind of revenge they should dish out to the traitor who murdered Fausto. The victim count rises.
The episode was rated 8.23 from 30 votes.
Ana María and Andrés argue over how to solve various problems, both personal and professional. Meanwhile, Joaquín sets up dinner with the governor.
The episode was rated 8.12 from 25 votes.
Pablo turns himself in to the authorities. Martin's book research puts him in danger. Jimena involves Monarca in Fashion Week as part of rebranding.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 23 votes.
Andrés comes out to Pablo and suggests he turn himself in. With Rubén's help, Ana María discovers who killed her father. Martin's editor pressures him.The episode was rated from 27 votes.
Power dynamics shift when Cecilia chooses a new CEO for Monarca. Agustín's daughter, Sofía, returns for his funeral. Martin delves into the past.The episode was rated from 25 votes.
Ana María suspects someone is sabotaging the opening of the new Monarca hotel. Ilán's presence at the centennial party creates tension for Andrés.The episode was rated from 28 votes.
Joaquín retaliates against Ana María when she makes a business decision he vehemently disagrees with. Camila is surprised by Pablo's judgmental friends.The episode was rated from 31 votes.
Cecilia decides which of her three children should receive control of Monarca. Ana María negotiates with the company's striking workers.The episode was rated from 37 votes.
The Carranza siblings mourn their loss while trying to keep the details of the death a secret from family members, friends and the authorities.The episode was rated from 38 votes.
Pablo is publicly accused of sexual assault. Camila is involved in the backlash as their parents fight over how to respond. Joaquín meets with Emilio.The episode was rated from 27 votes.
When Ana María returns to Mexico from Los Angeles, her father offers to grant her control of the family tequila empire, to the dismay of her brothers.The episode was rated from 44 votes.
Last updated: sep 26, 2022
Billionaires...their lives are so much more complicated than those of the unwashed masses, aren’t they? At least that’s what show creators wants to convey to us, via shows like Succession & Yellowstone that show families at each others’ throats in order to get to the top of the money pile. Now, there’s a Mexican take on this genre, Monarca. A family business where the siblings feud, collude and essentially fight for control of their Hotel and Tequila biz. This is your typical "Dynasty" type series but done Telenovela style (not that I know what Telenovela style is since I'm not Spanish but have seen a bunch of stuff). The show is essentially soap opera. There is so much drama in every episode. I would say if you want Succession with over dramatization & soap opera taken to a whole new level, this is your show. If you are expecting a work of art that tells a great story, stay away.
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