Poor Nastya

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Poor Nastya
Бедная Настя
FormatHistorical drama
Developed byAleksandr Smirnov[disambiguation needed]
StarringElena Korikova
Daniil Strakhov
Pyotr Krasilov
Dmitriy Isaev
Olga Ostroumova
Ekaterina Klimova
Composer(s)Irina Tumanova
Country of originRussia
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes127
Production
Location(s)Moscow, Russia
St. Petersburg, Russia
Running time40 minutes
Broadcast
Original channelSTS
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Original run31 October 2003 – 30 April 2004
External links
Website
 
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Poor Nastya
Бедная Настя
FormatHistorical drama
Developed byAleksandr Smirnov[disambiguation needed]
StarringElena Korikova
Daniil Strakhov
Pyotr Krasilov
Dmitriy Isaev
Olga Ostroumova
Ekaterina Klimova
Composer(s)Irina Tumanova
Country of originRussia
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes127
Production
Location(s)Moscow, Russia
St. Petersburg, Russia
Running time40 minutes
Broadcast
Original channelSTS
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Original run31 October 2003 – 30 April 2004
External links
Website

Poor Nastya (Russian: Бедная Настя, Bednaya Nastya) is a Russian telenovela originally aired from 31 October 2003 to 30 April 2004 on the STS. Based on the imperial setting of the 19th century, the series reached international success and was shown in Ukraine,[1][2] China,[3] Israel,[4] Serbia, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Greece, Bulgaria and more than twenty countries worldwide.[5] With the budget of $11,8million, it is the most expensive Russian television project of all time.[6] The sequel was planned, but had not been made yet.[7]

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The sequel Poor Nastya 2 was planned, as it was noted at the end of the Poor Nastya.[7][10] A promo video was shown on television and at the YouTube in 2006.[11] However, a sequel has not been made yet. In 2006, Daniil Strakhov stated he doubted it would be made, as it is "impossible to gather all the actors after three years."[12]

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