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Jane the Virgin

Jane the Virgin is American Drama TV series. Produced by Poppy Productions. Stars: Gina Rodriguez, Andrea Navedo, Yael Grobglas. It first aired on Oct 13, 2014, on The CW. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.8 *. Won the Golden Globe, AFI Award, Dorian Award, Imagen Award, OFTA Television Award. Jane the Virgin is set in MBS Media Campus - 1600 Rosecrans Avenue, Manhattan Beach, California, USA.


How Many Seasons Are There Of Jane the Virgin: 5 (101 episodes)

Season 6

The CW

Season 5

Season premieres on March 27, 2019

Finale: July 31, 2019

The CW, 20 episodes

Season 4

Season premieres on October 13, 2017

Returns: January 26, 2018

Finale: April 20, 2018

The CW, 17 episodes

Season 3

2016, The CW, 20 episodes

Season 2

2015, The CW, 22 episodes

Season 1

2014, The CW, 22 episodes

Jane the Virgin Streaming

Music from Jane the Virgin

Series Music by Kevin Kiner

Jared Forman — additional music

Susan Ham — music editor

Sean Kiner — composer additional music

Phillip Peloubet — composer: additional music

Po Lin — assistant music editor

Dean Kiner — composer additional music

Richard David Brown — assistant music editor

Ben Sokoler — music coordinator

Christian Davis — composer: additional music

Kevin J. Edelman — music supervisor

Jane the Virgin Episode Time

Jane the Virgin is on The CW (United States) Wednesdays at 9 pm

Last episode:

Season 5 Episode 18 (Chapter Ninety-Nine) - Air Date: Jul 31, 2019 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

'Jane the Virgin' and 'Vida' Writers on TV Representation - Hollywood Reporter - according to Hollywoodreporter

During his tenure in the Sundance Institute Episodic Story Lab, Agustin crafted his own autobiographical, hourlong show, later bought by Jane the Virgin’s network, The CW. The program was not picked up to series, but CBS Studios had him rework the concept into a 30-minute comedy, Rafa the Great. He and executive producer Gina Rodriguez pitched the revamp a few weeks ago and are awaiting a verdict. Meanwhile, at Jane the Virgin, he reports to a white showrunner, Jennie Snyder Urman. "I've spoken to a lot of other TV writers, and it's sad to me, but fortunate for me, that I keep hearing the same thing: that it's female showrunners that are more dedicated to embracing diversity than their male counterparts," he said.  


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