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Señora (1988) is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and broadcast on Venezuela's Radio Caracas Televisión. It was written by José Ignacio Cabrujas, Ibsen Martínez (scripts), Cristina Policastro (scripts), and Eliseo Morales (scripts) and directed by Luis Alberto Lamata and Aura Guevara. The series lasted 229 episodes and was distributed internationally by RCTV International.
Young, mischievous and rebellious, Eugenia has been sentenced to five years in prison for a minor offense. She knows that District Attorney Diego Mendoza is responsible for the unusually harsh sentence and she vows to get revenge. A few years later, upon her release, Eugenia's only family is the woman who raised her. But the woman dies a few days later, leaving only a woman's name on a piece of paper and a message saying it was the truth of her past. Later, a terrible accident brings Eugenia face to face with the man who put her in jail. Fleeing the police, Eugenia goes to work for a domineering woman who blackmails her, but who has a powerful influence on her life. In this new world, Eugenia meets a man who falls in love with her and worships her, but Eugenia has no time for love. She is obsessed with her passion for vengeance against the man who ruined her life. Eugenia cannot know that fate, in all its irony, has prepared a trap for her.
The theme song to Señora is "Di Que Tu", performed by Carlos Mata.