|La vida entera|
|Created by||Leonardo Padrón|
|Creative director(s)||Tania Pérez|
|Theme music composer||Roque Valero|
|Opening theme||"Las lágrimas aprender a reír" by Roque Valero|
|Country of origin||Venezuela|
|No. of episodes||133|
|Executive producer(s)||Consuelo Delgado|
|Production location(s)||Caracas, Venezuela|
|Picture format||NTSC (480i)|
|Audio format||Stereophonic sound|
|Original release||March 9 –|
May 12, 2009
|Preceded by||¿Vieja yo?|
|Followed by||Los misterios del amor|
Production officially began on September 2008. On March 9, 2009, Venevisión began airing La vida entera at 9:00 pm, replacing ¿Vieja yo?. The finale was aired on May 12, 2009, with Los misterios del amor replacing it the following day. Univision aired La vida entera from April 5, 2010, at 6:00 pm.
Anastasia Mazzone and Jorge Reyes star as the protagonists while Marlene De Andrade stars as the antagonist. Carlos Montilla, Carlos Mata, Beatriz Valdés and Gustavo Rodríguez starred as stellar performances.
Julieta Torres, known by her friends as 'Kotufa' (popcorn), is a social communication university student who is required to submit a thesis project on her favorite journalist. She approaches Salvador Duque, a handsome and intelligent journalist, who she admires a lot. Salvador works in Brazil and is only in Venezuela for a couple of days for a family party, when he meets Julieta. He shortly starts working at his father's newspaper. But the Duque Family also runs a women's magazine publication titled "Exquisita" . With time, the two fall in love with each other as they interact over their love of journalism and magazine publication.
Their growing love becomes complicated when Salvador's uncle, Cristóbal Duque also falls in love with Julieta. Cristóbal and Julieta meet the same day Salvador and Julieta meet. Julieta crashes Cristobal's car, where Cristobal falls in love with Julieta. Cristobal makes up things and follows Julieta so he could see her. Laly Falcón who is Salvador's girlfriend, does everything to separate the two lovers. Laly is an ambitious executive who wants to keep Salvador at her side in order to utilise his family's influence in the publishing business, especially considering that Salvador's father Napoleón Duque is a dominant figure in the publishing industry while his strict and demanding mother Olimpia is the or-in-chief of the magazine where Julieta begins to work as an intern.
La vida entera explores the complex personal and professional relationships developed in workplace while looking at the intrigues and romances that surround the publishing business.