Celestial Blood

Celestial Blood

29 min

Celestial Blood is a bilingual radionovela about love and secrets in the family of twins Sol and Mundo Lucero. It’s narrated by Mexican actress Kate del Castillo.

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The finale involves Alaska, climate change, a secret recipe and yet another family member. What happened to Sol's and Esteban's wedding? How about the Russians?

In Peru there are a lot of goats, llamas, and that's where Sol finds Mercury Lucero. He has his secret too.

Esteban and Mundo are tied upside down, while Sol and Uranus are meeting Estrella Lucero, a real Jersey girl. This is getting really crazy.

Luna is a wanna-be actress who lives in an empty apartment in Los Angeles. She offers Sol a whole new picture on Arturo's life. Get it?

While Mundo gets more and more mysterious, he and his sister find a huge surprise when they meet Saturn and Neptune. It also involves Russia!

Mars lives in Santiago, Dominican Republic. She is beautiful, wealthy, and hates Arturo Lucero. Sol is confused. And why is Esteban on the phone with Mundo all the time?

The Lucero twins head to a plantation in North Carolina to look for Uranus. Not the planet. But Sol's fiancé Esteban is not happy about the trip.

Sol and Mundo Lucero fly from New York to Mexico to attend their dad Arturo's funeral, just to learn there is a lot about him they didn't know.

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