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Season two of “Jane the Virgin” ended on a couple of major cliffhangers (Spoilers to follow). Xiomara (Andrea Navedo) learned she was pregnant after vowing that she didn’t want another child. And the episode ended with Michael Cordero (Brett Dier) getting shot right after his wedding to Jane (Gina Rodriguez). “I went on a hunger strike […] »
- Daniel Montgomery
Wedding bells are ringing on Jane the Virgin!
After weeks of planning and dramatic hiccups, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) will make a fateful trip down the aisle on next Monday's (May 16) episode, but you can get a glimpse of the dress she'll wear when she marries Michael (Brett Dier) right now.
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- Megan Vick
The telenovela-like life of virgin mother Jane Gloriana Villanueva won't be coming to an end this year. The CW has renewed Jane the Virgin for a third season for the 2016-17 season.
On Jane the Virgin, a driven 23-year-old woman named Jane (Gina Rodriguez) ends up becoming pregnant thanks to being artificially inseminated by mistake. The biological donor is a married cancer survivor, the owner of the hotel where Jane works, and her former teenage crush. She decides to have the baby and things get even more complicated from there. The rest of the cast includes Andrea Navedo, Justin Baldoni, Yael Grobglas, Brett Dier, Ivonne Coll, Jaime Camil, and Anthony Mendez (voice over).
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Rogelio’s telenovela life will continue to get more crazy as “Jane The Virgin” heads into the second half of its second season – but not that dramatic. “My character dies! No, I’m kidding,” Jaime Camil told TheWrap during a new episode of Drinking With the Stars. The actor did play mostly coy about what’s to come for his telenovela star character Rogelio, who is at a crossroads with Xiomara (Andrea Navedo) after a botched proposal. Also Read: 'Jane The Virgin' Casts Ana de la Reguera in Recurring Role (Exclusive) “Jennie is really going to be exploring the vulnerability of Rogelio, »
- Linda Ge
Jane the Virgin returned Monday night for the back half of its second season, and outside the usual intrigue, the heart of the episode were the moments between the Villanueva women, who clash over how best to put Mateo to sleep. The show has always explored the relationship between single mothers and their daughters with depth and nuance, and since the birth of Jane's baby, it's become even more adept at handling themes of motherhood with emotional realism. Vulture caught up with Ivonne Coll (Alba) and Andrea Navedo (Xiomara) recently to talk about how profoundly their own mothers have influenced their characters.Ivonne Coll (Alba) What advice did your mom give you about becoming an actress? Oh, my mother never wanted me to become an actress because she thought that I should be a secretary. [Laughs.] At that time, in the '60s, a secretarial job was like money in the »
- Sarah Caldwell
5 items from 2016
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