Gaby Espino Joins 'Señora Acero 3, La Coyote'

Gaby Espino
Gaby Espino has joined the cast of the hit Telemundo super series Señora Acero 3, La Coyote, where she will play the role of Indira Cárdenas, a Homeland Security agent whose arrival on the scene has drastic implications for La Coyote’s fate. Since its premiere, Señora Acero 3, La Coyote has ranked as the number one Spanish-language television program in its time slot, among adults 18-49 and 18-34.

Indira Cárdenas is the newly appointed head of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office in El Paso, Texas. A disciplined and determined woman whose beauty is matched by her tenacity and intelligence, Indira’s efficiency and directness make her a force to be reckoned with, making her Vicenta’s (Carolina Miranda) worst nightmare. Her demeanor immediately puts her at odds with fellow agent Daniel Phillips (Luis Ernesto Franco), who’s systematic, analytical and scientific approach creates obvious and dangerous tensions with his new boss. But Indira isn’t all she appears: She leads a double life, with a shocking secret in her past that is sure to take viewers’ breath away.

Actress and television host Gaby Espino is one of the most popular Latin personalities on social media and has gained widespread acclaim throughout Latin America since her debut in Venezuela. Gaby has starred in a number of successful original productions for Telemundo, including Santa Diabla, Más Sabe el Diablo, Sin Vergüenza, Ojo por Ojo, and many more. She has hosted top awards ceremonies such as the Billboard Latin Music Awards and Premios Tu Mundo, as well as the music competitions Buscando Mi Ritmo and Yo Me Llamo. Hand in hand with her popularity as an actress and television personality, Gaby has graced the covers of countless international publications and has been featured as one of People en Español’s “50 Most Beautiful People” and Siempre Mujer’s “Inspirational Women.”

Señora Acero 3, La Coyote is an original Telemundo production filmed by Argos Televisión. Set on the border of El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, the show is currently in production in Mexico. Roberto Stopello wrote the script, with Danni Gavidia and Camilo Villamizar directing and Mariana Iskandarani and Mónica Vizzi as executive producers.

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