Episode 1 The series begins with showing Esmeralda Sánchez de Moncada being forced to marry a wealthy old man by her father. The groom dies at the altar immediately after the marriage in completed. She then leaves for Los Angeles with her violent father Don Fernando, half-sister Mariángel, beloved aunt Almudena and her father’s hunchbacked accountant Olmos.
In Los Angeles Don Diego de la Vega, alias Zorro, spends the night with the local judge’s daughter before leaving with one of the Judge’s journals. From the journal he discovers the future arrival of a governor, Don Fernando Sánchez de Moncada. Elsewhere in the hacienda his aunt María Pía de la Vega, is horrified to learn her former fiancé, Fernando, is going to return.
Months later on the night of the welcome party for the new governor Esmeralda, choosing not to go to the party to pretend to be a loving daughter, runs into Zorro near the city prison. Their medallions got tangled and the two are forced to look into each other eyes, immediately feeling the spark.
Episode 2 Zorro and Esmeralda fight off the soldiers, escape and then separate. But they have accidentally switched medallions. Once Zorro realizes this he returns to look for Esmeralda as Diego.
In the party three couples meet each others; Diego’s father Alejandro and Almudena are reacquainted, Fernando and María Pía experience an awkward face to face again moment, and Mariángel and the local police commander Montero are introduced and straight away attracted to each others.
Two Indian siblings, Yumalay and Jacó, realize that the new governor is the same man who murdered their family years ago. Including their sister, Regina, who was also Diego’s mother and Alejandro’s wife. Three gypsies Jonás, Azucena, and Renzo discuss Esmeralda and her mother, Sara Kalí. Unbeknownst to Esmeralda her mother, who she knew as Mercedes, is still alive and has been locked up in the local prison ever since she gave birth to Esmeralda.
Episode 3 Esmeralda tells her aunt about the night’s adventures while taking a bath. Once her aunt has left her room Zorro appears from the window. Esmeralda and Zorro soon end up in a passionate kiss and change medallions. Once Diego returns to his Zorro-cave he reflects on his feelings towards Esmeralda, while Esmeralda does the same in her home.
Fernando arrives home, disturbing Mariángel and Montero, who are locked in a passionate embrace. Both of them hide before he can see who it was. Mariángel is seen by Olmos, who is seen by Fernando. Since Olmos is in love with Mariángel, he lies to Fernando and casts suspicion upon Esmeralda. Following Fernando goes to Esmeralda's room and cruelly beats her.
Almudena doctors Esmeralda’s wounds received from Fernando's beating. Esmeralda reflects that her father has inflicted deep emotional scars over the years. She does not understand why he hates her so much. Almudena tries to explain it with saying her father has suffered a lot in his life, but Esmeralda points out that he doesn’t treat Mariángel the same way. Almudena is the only person who cares about her.
The gypsies find a way to communicate with Sara Kalí with the help of a rat. They tell her they’ve finally found her daughter and discover she is being held in the dungeons of the prison wearing an iron mask.
Esmeralda overhears her aunt and Fernando discussing and discovers he is not really her father. She returns to her room, now understanding why he hates her so much. Esmeralda picks up her medallion and remembers what she was told about her destiny. She realizes that her mother may still be alive. While taking a walk the next day she is approached by Azucena and Renzo.
Episode 4 Azucena and Renzo kidnap Esmeralda and take her to the gypsy camp and the gypsies present her with flowers. When Diego learns of Esmeralda's plight, he sets out to rescue her as Zorro.
Yumalay and Jacó try to kill Fernando, but instead Jacó is killed. Fernando chases after Yumalay and briefly catches up with her. She spooks his horse with magic and flees. Fernando swears that they must find her so that he can find out why she wants to kill him. He declares that he will kill all of those savages.
Olmos tells Mariángel that he feels guilty about the events of last night. Mariángel threatens to tell her father of Olmos stealing money from him should Olmos say anything about what really happened.
Fernando is furious that Esmeralda has been abducted — furious with Esmeralda. Alejandro arrives and suggests that they form a search party. Fernando is less than enthusiastic.
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