Updated 09:27 PM EDT, Thu, Aug 21, 2014
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'Lo Que La Vida Me Robó' Gets 390 Episodes, Angelique Boyer Says Extension is a Second Chance for Creativity

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Get ready to see more "Lo Que La Vida Me Robó" because the series will go on for a whopping 390 episodes.

Even after the FIFA World Cup has come and gone, the telenovela will still be airing new episodes, according to Televisa.

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"We've all just had a meeting together, and thanks to the success of the show and the good interpretation of each character, we'll be on for a little more time, until July, late July," said Carlos de la Mota, who plays Refugio Solares.

Maintaining high ratings will be one of the biggest struggles.

"It's even more risky because we're working on a show that has so much success, and we have to make it longer," he added. "We have every confidence in the writer, the directors and the actors to continue delivering a high-quality show that the public will continue to fall in love every night."

The cast traveled to Campeche, in southeast Mexico, to film new scenes.

Angelique Boyer, who plays Montserrat Mendoza Giacinti, is also on board, and says that it's a second opportunity. She said that it will be very important to be creative.

Some of the differences she'd like is to have characters "...seen in a positive way that still gives people the same quality."

It also isn't lost on Boyer that the show has had such a big impact.

"It's a big challenge," she said. "We're aware of what's going on and we appreciate that it's going well."

"I know it's great show and story, but it's going well, and the great thing is that you're competing with yourself. We haven't been worrying about reaching 30 rating points. Instead, we're worrying about aspects about our jobs: the forum, the locations, where the cameras are and other technical details."

She also added that dreams do come true.

"You don't have to limit yourself and think that after a certain point you can't go further," she said. "I can't believe all the good things that happen to me, but I enjoy and value it."

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