Jane the Virgin

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Jane the Virgin
Jane the Virgin.png
Genre
Based on Juana la virgen
by Perla Farías
Developed by Jennie Snyder Urman
Ben Silverman
Starring
Narrated byAnthony Mendez
Theme music composer Gustavo Santaolalla
Adel Hakki
The Boss Records
Composers Kevin Kiner
Christian Davis
Jared Forman
Country of originUnited States
Original languages
  • English
  • Spanish
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes100 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
Producers
Production locations
Cinematography
  • Lowell Peterson
  • Xavier Grobet
Editors
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time40–43 minutes [4]
Production companies
Distributor
Release
Original network The CW
Picture format 1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1 with Spanish-language dubbing on SAP channel
(where available)
Original releaseOctober 13, 2014 (2014-10-13) 
July 31, 2019 (2019-07-31)
Chronology
Related shows La virgen de la calle [5]
External links
Website

Jane the Virgin is an American romantic comedy-drama and satirical telenovela developed by Jennie Snyder Urman. The series premiered October 13, 2014 on The CW and concluded on July 31, 2019. It is a loose adaptation of the Venezuelan telenovela Juana la Virgen created by Perla Farías. It stars Gina Rodriguez as Jane Villanueva, a devout 23-year-old Latina virgin who becomes pregnant after an accidental artificial insemination by her gynecologist. It parodies common tropes and devices in Latin American telenovelas.

Contents

Jane the Virgin received critical acclaim, particularly for its writing and Rodriguez's performance. At the 72nd Golden Globe Awards, Jane the Virgin was nominated for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy and Gina Rodriguez won Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy. The show received a Peabody Award in 2014 and was also selected as one of the top 10 television programs of 2014 by the American Film Institute.

Beginning with the fourth episode of season three, the series's on-screen title card was modified, with "The Virgin" crossed out in favor of a substitution corresponding to each episode. This mirrored the storyline, in which Jane is no longer a virgin. [6]

Premise

Set in Miami, the series details the surprising and dramatic events that take place in the life of Jane Gloriana Villanueva, a hard-working, religious, young, Venezuelan-American woman. Jane's vow to save her virginity until marriage is threatened when a doctor mistakenly artificially inseminates her during a checkup. To make matters worse, the biological father is a married man, a former playboy, and a cancer survivor who is not only the new owner of the hotel where Jane works but was also her former teenage crush. In addition to adjusting to pregnancy and then her motherhood, Jane is faced with many questions about her professional career future and the daunting prospect of choosing between the father of her baby or her detective boyfriend. As the series evolves, the issues shift as her child grows into a toddler, her writing career moves forward, and her family members likewise develop independent plotlines. Some of these plotlines include issues with no immigration status, health concerns, and lessons of self-discovery. [7]

Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
1 22October 13, 2014 (2014-10-13)May 11, 2015 (2015-05-11)
2 22October 12, 2015 (2015-10-12)May 16, 2016 (2016-05-16)
3 20October 17, 2016 (2016-10-17)May 22, 2017 (2017-05-22)
4 17October 13, 2017 (2017-10-13)April 20, 2018 (2018-04-20)
5 19March 27, 2019 (2019-03-27)July 31, 2019 (2019-07-31)

Cast

Main

Recurring

Production

Gina Rodriguez portrays the title role. Gina Rodriguez at 2014 PaleyFest.jpg
Gina Rodriguez portrays the title role.

On June 27, 2013, The CW announced that it was planning to release a new show based on the Venezuelan telenovela Juana La Virgen. [11] On February 23, 2014, Entertainment Weekly announced that Rodriguez would play the title role of Jane Villanueva. [12] [13] On May 8, 2014, during The CW's 2014–2015 upfronts, the series was officially picked up. [14] and on July 18, 2014, an extended trailer was released by The CW. On August 8, 2014, it was announced that White Collar 's Bridget Regan and Azie Tesfai would join the series as respectively Rose, a former lawyer, and Detective Nadine Hansan, a police detective and rival to Dier's character. [15] On August 10, 2014, TVLine announced that Melrose Place and Emily Owens, M.D. actor Michael Rady would join the series as Lachlan. [16] Filming for season one commenced on July 28, 2014. [17] The show is filmed on soundstages in Los Angeles [17] [18] and the pilot was filmed in Huntington Beach, California. [19] On October 21, 2014, the show was given a full season order. [20] On January 11, 2015, the show was renewed for a second season, set to air during the 2015–16 television season. [21] Its second season premiered on October 12, 2015. [22] On March 11, 2016, the show was renewed for a third season, [23] which premiered on October 17, 2016. On January 8, 2017, The CW renewed the series for a fourth season that premiered on October 13, 2017. [24] [25] On April 2, 2018, The CW renewed the series for a fifth and final season, which premiered on March 27, 2019. [26] [27] [28] [29]

Broadcast

Jane the Virgin premiered on The CW on October 13, 2014, during the 2014–15 television season. [30] Unique to the CW, it is the network's only program to feature a Spanish language audio track on the second audio program channel; however, as many CW stations usually do not carry the SAP channel due to a lack of need, this is more limited than the major networks, which are required by the FCC to have a SAP channel for the Descriptive Video Service track, which as a minor network the CW is not required to carry.

The show premiered in Canada on Global TV and in Australia on Fox8 on December 1, 2014. In Canada, new episodes are added each week to the streaming service Shomi, in addition to cable carriage by some providers of American CW affiliates (Chicago's WGN-TV, available as a superstation in Canada, carried the series' first two seasons until it ended its CW affiliation before the 2016-17 television season). [31] The first two seasons aired in the United Kingdom on E4., [32] with the first-run episodes on UK Netflix from season 3 onwards. [33]

The show premiered in New Zealand on July 24 on Prime. In Brazil, the series premiered on Lifetime Brazil on November 19, 2015, dubbed in Portuguese. [34]

Sony Channel broadcast the series throughout Southeast Asia as replacements of Sony Entertainment Television in the region (including BeTV in the Philippines). In Indonesia, the series is available to stream on Netflix, with the final season added on September 30, 2019. [35] [36] In the Philippines, Jane the Virgin premiered on ABS-CBN on March 28, 2016, subtitled in Filipino. [37] The show replaced the local drama series You're My Home on a late-night timeslot, as part of the Primetime BIDA evening block. [38] Days before the premiere, a teaser showing Gina Rodriguez promoting the show was also released. [39] Sana2X by Angeline Quinto was the theme song for the Tagalized broadcast of Jane the Virgin. ABS-CBN only aired the first two seasons, locally editing and splitting the episodes into half-hour segments similar to the network's teleserye and anime programs. For a total of 74 modified episodes, the season-two finale aired on July 8, 2016, being replaced by Pinoy Big Brother: Lucky 7 on July 11, 2016.

Home media

Warner Home Video originally released Season 1 on DVD, but poor sales caused a switch in distribution rights with CBS (distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment) now releasing every season of Jane the Virgin as manufacture-on-demand Blu-ray and DVDs exclusively on Amazon going forward in addition to a manufacture-on-demand reissue of Season 1.

NameDVDBlu-rayNo. of
episodes
Features
Region 1Region 2Region 4Region ARegion B
The Complete First SeasonSeptember 29, 2015 [40] March 1, 2017 [41] October 13, 2017 [42] 22
  • Immaculate Creation – 'Behind the Scenes'
  • Getting to Know the Cast
  • Gag reel
  • Deleted scenes
The Complete Second SeasonJune 16, 2017 [43] March 1, 2017 [44] December 22, 2017 [45] 22
The Complete Third SeasonJanuary 19, 2018 [46] September 6, 2017 [47] January 19, 2018 [48] 20
  • Deleted scenes
The Complete Fourth SeasonDecember 3, 2018 [49] June 6, 2018 [50] 17
The Complete Fifth SeasonJuly 28, 202019

Reception

SeasonCritical response
Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic
1100% (51 reviews)80 (23 reviews)
2100% (12 reviews)87 (4 reviews)
3100% (13 reviews)-
4100% (20 reviews)-
5100% (22 reviews)-

Critical response

The first season of Jane the Virgin received critical acclaim, Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes gives the first season of the show a "certified fresh" rating of 100% based on 51 reviews, with a rating average of 7.7 out of 10. The site's consensus states, "Jane the Virgin's dubious premise has become part of its unlikely charm – along with delightfully diverse writing and a knockout performance by Gina Rodriguez." [51] Metacritic, another review aggregator, gives the show a score of 80 out of 100, based on 23 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews". [52]

The second season also received critical acclaim, on Metacritic, the season holds an 87 out of 100, based on four reviews, indicating "universal acclaim". [53] Rotten Tomatoes gave it a rating of 100% based on 12 reviews and a rating average of 9.7 out of 10. The site's consensus reads, "Jane the Virgin stays true to its over-the-top telenovela roots in season two while layering in more humor and increasingly complex storytelling." [54] Maureen Ryan of Variety praised the show, saying that the series "is envisioned, edited and curated with great deftness and economy, and the fact that it is so entertaining and accessible should not preclude it from being at the center of conversations about the best the medium has to offer." [55]

Critics' top ten lists

Ratings

Viewership and ratings per season of Jane the Virgin
SeasonTimeslot (ET)EpisodesFirst airedLast airedTV seasonViewership
rank
Avg. viewers
(millions)
18–49
rank
Avg. 18–49
rating
DateViewers
(millions)
DateViewers
(millions)
1 Monday 9:00 pm22October 13, 20141.61 [61] May 11, 20151.24 [62] 2014–15 1771.551640.6 [63]
2 22October 12, 20151.06 [64] May 16, 20160.97 [65] 2015–16 1801.481630.6 [66]
3 20October 17, 20161.09 [67] May 22, 20170.96 [68] 2016–17 1551.601420.7 [69]
4 Friday 9:00pm17October 13, 20170.68 [70] April 20, 20180.58 [71] 2017–18 1931.231550.5 [72]
5 Wednesday 9:00 pm19March 27, 20190.79 [73] July 31, 20190.65 [74] 2018–19 TBDTBDTBDTBD
Jane the Virgin: U.S. viewers per episode (millions)
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research [75]

Accolades

The show has been acknowledged by the People's Choice Awards, Golden Globe Awards, Critics' Choice Awards, the Primetime Emmy Awards, the Image Awards and the Television Critics Association as well as honored by the American Film Institute and the George Foster Peabody Awards.

YearAwardCategoryNominee(s)Result
2014 America Film Institute Award [76] AFI Television Program Of The YearJane the VirginWon
TV Guide Award Favorite New ShowJane the VirginNominated
2015 People's Choice Award [77] Favorite New TV ComedyJane the VirginWon
Golden Globe Award [78] Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Jane the VirginNominated
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Gina Rodriguez Won
Peabody Award [79] HonoreeJane the VirginWon
Critics' Choice Award [80] Best Comedy Series Jane the VirginNominated
Best Actress in a Comedy Series Gina RodriguezNominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Jaime Camil Nominated
Golden Reel Award Best Sound EditingSusan Ham, Sharyn GershNominated
TV Line Performer of the Week [81] HonoreeJaime Camil ("Chapter Twelve")Won
TV Line Performer of the Week [82] HonoreeGina Rodriguez ("Chapter Twenty")Won
Teen Choice Award Choice TV Actor: Comedy Jaime CamilNominated
Choice TV Actress: Comedy Gina RodriguezNominated
Choice TV: Breakout Show Jane the VirginNominated
Choice TV: Breakout StarGina RodriguezNominated
Choice TV: LiplockGina Rodriguez & Justin Baldoni Nominated
Television Critics Association Award [83] Outstanding New Program Jane the VirginNominated
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Jane the VirginNominated
Individual Achievement in Comedy Gina RodriguezNominated
Imagen Award Best Primetime Television Program – ComedyJane the VirginWon
Best Actress – TelevisionGina RodriguezWon
Best Supporting Actor – TelevisionJustin BaldoniNominated
Jaime CamilNominated
Best Supporting Actress – Television Ivonne Coll Nominated
Andrea Navedo Won
Gold Derby AwardBest Comedy SeriesJane the VirginNominated
Best Comedy Lead ActressGina RodriguezNominated
Breakthrough PerformerGina RodriguezWon
EWwy Award Best Comedy SeriesJane the VirginWon
Best Actress – ComedyGina RodriguezWon
Best Supporting Actor – ComedyJaime CamilNominated
Emmy Award [84] Outstanding Narrator Anthony MendezNominated
Voice Arts AwardOutstanding Narration – TV or Film, Best Voice-OverAnthony MendezWon
Gotham Award Breakthrough Series – Long Form Jane the VirginNominated
Dorian Award Campy TV Show of the YearJane the VirginWon
Online Film and Television Association AwardBest ActressGina RodriguezNominated
Best Guest Actress Rita Moreno Won
Maxwell Weinberg AwardArpi Ketendjian
CBS Studios
Won
NHMC Impact Gala AwardHonoreeGina RodriguezWon
HOLA AwardBreakthrough PerformanceAndrea NavedoWon
GiRL POWER Media Role Model AwardHonoreeGina RodriguezWon
HonoreeAndrea NavedoWon
HonoreeIvonne CollWon
International Drama AwardBest Mini-SeriesJane the VirginNominated
Best ActressGina RodriguezNominated
Best Director Brad Silberling Nominated
Paleyfest LAHonoreeJane the VirginWon
2016 Satellite Award [85] Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Jane the VirginNominated
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Gina RodriguezNominated
NAACP Image Award [86] Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Gina RodriguezNominated
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Jennie Snyder Urman Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy SeriesBrad SilberlingNominated
Golden Globe Award [87] Best Actress – Television Series Musical or ComedyGina RodriguezNominated
Critics' Choice Award [88] Best Comedy SeriesJane the VirginNominated
Best Actress in a Comedy SeriesGina RodriguezNominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesJaime CamilNominated
TV Line Performer of the Week [89] Honoree Yael Grobglas ("Chapter Thirty-Six")Nominated
Golden Reel AwardBest Sound EditingSusan Ham, Sharyn GershNominated
GMS AwardBest Music SupervisionKevin J. EdelmanNominated
The Women's Image AwardBest Actress in a ComedyGina RodriguezNominated
Best Comedy SeriesJane the VirginNominated
Outstanding Writing in a SeriesJennie Snyder Urman ("Chapter One: Pilot")Nominated
Artios Award Outstanding Achievement in Casting - ComedyAlyson Silverberg, Jonathan Clay HarrisNominated
Frijolywood Award /Frijoldeoro AwardScreenwriter in ComedyCarolina RiveraWon
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesJaime CamilWon
NHMC Impact AwardOutstanding Performance in a Comedy SeriesAndrea NavedoWon
Cine AwardBest Comedy SeriesJane the VirginNominated
Best Actress in a Comedy SeriesGina RodriguezNominated
Best Supporting ActorJaime CamilNominated
Best Supporting ActressIvonne CollWon
Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV SeriesMadison RojasNominated
Teen Choice Award Choice TV: Comedy Jane the VirginNominated
Choice TV: ActorJaime CamilNominated
Choice TV: ActressGina RodriguezNominated
Emmy Award [90] Outstanding NarratorAnthony MendezNominated
EWwy AwardBest Actress – ComedyGina RodriguezNominated
Best Supporting Actor – ComedyJaime CamilNominated
Imagen AwardBest Primetime Television Program – ComedyJane the VirginWon
Best Actress – TelevisionGina RodriguezWon
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesJaime CamilWon
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy SeriesAndrea NavedoNominated
TV Line Performer of the Week [91] HonoreeGina Rodriguez ("Chapter Forty-Seven")Won
2017 Golden Globe Award [92] Best Actress – Television Series Musical or ComedyGina RodriguezNominated
People's Choice Award [93] Favorite TV ComedyJane the VirginNominated
Favorite TV Comedy ActressGina RodriguezNominated
Black Reel Award Outstanding Actress, Comedy SeriesGina RodriguezNominated
MTV Award Best American StoryJane the VirginNominated
Best Actor in a ShowGina RodriguezNominated
GMS AwardBest Music SupervisionKevin J. EdelmanNominated
Teen Choice Award Choice Comedy TV ShowJane the VirginNominated
Choice Comedy TV ActressGina RodriguezNominated
Choice Comedy TV ActorJaime CamilNominated
Imagen AwardBest Primetime Television Program – ComedyJane the VirginNominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesJaime CamilNominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy SeriesIvonne CollNominated
2018
TV Line Performer of the Week [94] HonoreeAndrea Navedo ("Chapter Seventy-Eight")Won
MTV Award Best Kiss Gina Rodriguez & Justin BaldoniNominated
Teen Choice Award [95] Choice Comedy TV ShowJane the VirginNominated
Choice Comedy TV ActressGina RodriguezWon
Choice Comedy TV ActorJaime CamilWon
Choice LiplockGina Rodriguez & Justin BaldoniNominated
Imagen AwardBest Primetime Television Program – ComedyJane the VirginNominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesJaime CamilNominated
ALMA Award Favorite TV Comedy ShowJane the VirginWon
2019TV Line Performer of the Week [96] HonoreeGina Rodriguez ("Chapter Eighty-Two")Won
MTV Award Best Performance in a ShowGina RodriguezNominated
Imagen AwardBest Primetime Television Program – ComedyJane the VirginNominated
Best Actress in a Comedy SeriesGina RodriguezNominated
Best Young Actor in a Television SeriesElias JanssenNominated
TV Line Performer of the Week [97] Honoree Bridget Regan ("Chapter Ninety-Eight")Nominated
TV Line Performer of the Week [98] HonoreeJustin Baldoni ("Chapter One Hundred")Nominated
Teen Choice Award [99] Choice Comedy TV ShowJane the VirginNominated
Choice Comedy TV ActressGina RodriguezNominated
Choice Comedy TV ActorJaime CamilWon
NAACP Image Awards [100] Outstanding Directing in a Comedy SeriesGina Rodriguez ("Chapter Seventy-Four")Nominated

Novel

A tie-in novel, based on the book Jane writes in the show, has been published. The story is a historical romance set in Miami during 1902. [101] In the series, the book's plot is inspired by the love story of Jane and Michael.

TitlePublishedPublisher
Snow FallingNovember 14, 2017 Simon & Schuster

International adaptations

The international rights are distributed by Propagate Content, Aquarius Television, Aquarius Pictures, RCTV International, Electus, Electus International, CBS Studios International and Warner Bros. International Television Production.

CountryLocal titleChannelDate aired/premiered
Egypt Al Anisa Farah (Arabic : الآنسة فرح, lit. 'Miss Farah') [102] MBC Group, Shahid VIP and Shahid.netDecember 29, 2019
Turkey Hayat Mucizelere Gebe Kanal D December 6, 2015
Greece Parthena Zoi ANT1 September 25, 2017
Israel Bat-El Habetula (Hebrew : בת אל הבתולה, lit. 'Bat-El the Virgin') Hot (Israel) March 18, 2019
SpainMariza la virigen Know channel Espana y Latin America, telefe, pol-ka, RCN Televisión, RTI Producciones, TV Azteca and Televisa.
South KoreaMiss Mom Jane Miss Mom Jae-in (Korean : 미쓰맘 제인) Channel A

Planned spin-off

On December 3, 2018, it was announced that The CW was developing a possible spin-off of the series to launch in the 2019–20 television series. The potential series was being written as "a soapy, telenovela-inspired anthology series in the tradition of [its parent series] where each season was based on a different fictional novel [written by] Jane and narrated by Gina Rodriguez, who would reprise her role in the spin-off. [103] On January 23, 2019, the spin-off, titled Jane the Novela, was ordered to pilot at The CW. [104] In February 2019, it was announced that Jacqueline Grace Lopez was cast as the main character, Estela. [105] On March 7, 2019, it was announced that Marcia Cross was cast as Renata. [106] On March 15, 2019 Hunter Parrish was cast as Felix, one of two male leads. [107] Remy Hii was cast as the second male lead Luen on March 19, 2019. [108]

On May 7, 2019, it was announced that the spin-off would not be moving forward. [109]

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