Cast: Almansa Fidel; Azorнn Eloy; Barajas Miguel Бngel; Colomй Hйctor; Garcнa Robledo Ricardo; Gemma Giuliano; Lima Andrйs; Liotti Daniele; Lodosa Cipriano; Martнnez Carlos; Miguel Chema de; Monje Jorge; Romero Lucio; Rueda Josй Marнa; Sandoval Javier; Toledo Guillermo; Ventura Joгo; Бlvarez Roberto; Abad Sol; Arcuri Manuela; Arranz Cristina; Ballesteros Marнa; Bona Carolina; Costa e Silva Diana; Dнaz Jennifer; Garcнa Nerea; Gonzбlez Raquel; Lуpez de Ayala Pilar; Madrid Sonia; Morales Marнa de los Бngeles; Olmas Virginia; Pastor Rosana; Perales Cristina; Solano Cristina; Sбnchez Susi; Valdйs Marнa Jesъs; Villa Ana; Zapico Eva; Cerezo Enrique; Costa Pedro; Ordonez James; Soria Manuel; Aranda Vicente; Larreta Antonio; Tamayo y Baus Manuel; Femenia Paco; Nieto Josй; Artiсano Javier; Font Teresa; Andrйs Raquel; Ardura Francisco; Bernaldo de Quirуs Pilar; Camba Jorge; Cantalapiedra Basilio; Cobos David; Fernбndez Margarita; Garcia Atienza Nuria; Garcнa Cerdeiriсa Ana; Garcнa Marga; Gimйnez Antonio; Gonzбlez Juan; Gutiйrrez Joaquнn; Gуmez Josй Manuel; Lasala Ana; Lуpez Carlos; Lуpez Patricia; Martinez-Shaw Carlos; Mesquita Tiago; Monge Montse; Ojea Paca; Pingarrуn Luis; Sanchez Ortiz Francisco; Sela Germбn; Stepanek Eva; Trindade Vicente; Rosell Josep
Storyline: Juana is married off by her pious parents, the Catholic kings Ferndinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castille, to ally Spain, united by their marriage, to the Burgundian and other Habsburg heritage of archduke Maximilian’s son Philip. When they meet, it’s love at first sight, for her all-consuming, for him one of many happy bed partnerships as she later discovers. Deaths in her family soon make Juana Isabella’s heir, but Ferdinand suggests she inherited her grandmother’s madness and supports Philip’s ambition to rule instead, which becomes the stakes of political maneuvering in the Cortes (nobility-dominated parliament). Combined with Philip’s incurable infidelity, which includes a Moorish whore-princess, multiple drama is inevitable, and worse follows.
In 1496, Juana de Castilla, daughter of the Catholic Kings, travels to Flandes to marry the Archduke Felipe de Austria, known as ‘El Hermoso’ (The Handsome) and son of the emperor Maximiliano. Even though at the beginning this marriage obeys a political decision, later on passion and desire appear beneath the couple. Juana becomes queen of Spain when her mother and her older brothers die in 1504. However, due to the pressure of being queen and the discovery that her husband has many lovers, her mental health starts getting worse. Felipe, seeing his wife in these circumstances, makes the Burgos Court to declare the insanity of Juana and recludes her in the Monastry of Las Huelgas, proclaiming himself as the king.