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'Jane the Virgin' creator teases a 'bunch of fresh drama' ahead

Jane the Virgin returned to The CW Monday night after its midseason finale. With it: A boost in profile.

Gina Rodriguez, who plays the titular Jane, is hot off her Golden Globes win for Best Actress in a TV Comedy. More than a personal feat, the recognition marks the first major award for the network. It gets better: Just hours before Rodriguez claimed her accolade, the show was renewed for a second season. READ FULL STORY

'Jane the Virgin' creator gives an update on Jane's virginity

Jane the Virgin is an attention-grabbing show title, for sure, but more than that, it suggests a lot about the show’s content.

Jane’s virginity, and its preservation, is at the center of the show. Eventually, though, Jane will have sex, so the question is: When will Jane be a virgin no more?

“The plan right now is for Jane to have sex when she gets married,” Jennie Snyder Urman, the show’s creator and executive producer, said while speaking at CBS Television Studios’ Studio Day. “That’s the plan. That’s important to her. That’s not something that we’re going to throw away.”

But, that’s not to say it won’t be an interesting ride, or that there won’t be challenges along the way. “We’ve all seen that just because she’s a virgin, she’s not prude. She’s an interesting, fun person and this is something that’s important to her, that she’s going to hold onto. Not that it isn’t going to be tested at various moments, but that’s the plan.”

When it does happen, though, Urman already has a show title in mind: Jane the Virgin.


The best backstage moments at the Golden Globes

The Golden Globes have wrapped, but we still have plenty to divulge from backstage at Sunday’s ceremony. Winners including J.K. Simmons, Billy Bob Thornton, and Patricia Arquette fielded burning questions from journalists in the press room. Read on to see what they said: READ FULL STORY

Gina Rodriguez tears up backstage at the Golden Globes: 'The win meant everything'

Today is a big day for Gina Rodriguez: Her critically acclaimed show, Jane the Virgin, was renewed for a second season, and she won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Comedy for her turn as the titular Jane. This is her first nomination, her first win, and the first major award win for the CW.

Backstage at the Golden Globes, she was emotional and excited for what her win, as well as the show, means for the Latino community.

“First and foremost, the nomination alone was a win for me because it allowed our culture, it allowed Latinos to see themselves in a beautiful light,” Rodriguez said. “For me, the win meant everything.”

Speaking to the broader landscape of the Latino community on television, she added, “I’m definitely part of the testament that it’s changing. It’s not only something that I see, but something I experience everyday.”

She added, though, that her show tells a broader story beyond the Latino community, and pointed to the racial tension surrounding Eric Garner and Michael Brown. “We are dealing with a society that is so diverse, so beautiful and so human,” Rodriguez said. “We need to remember that we have the same stories, and see it as such.”

In a teary-eyed Q&A, she dedicated the award to her mom and dad.

'Jane The Virgin' photo reveals guest star Paulina Rubio in midseason finale

It looks like Paulina Rubio-obsessed Xiomara (Andrea Navedo) finally gets to meet her favorite pop star in a sneak peek at a scene from the upcoming Jane The Virgin midseason finale. READ FULL STORY

Breaking Big: 'Jane the Virgin' star Gina Rodriguez on ending Latina stereotypes

Puerto Rican actress Gina Rodriguez made headlines this summer when she spontaneously gave a speech at the Television Critics Association summer press tour about her desire to overturn Hispanic stereotypes on TV. (Read her powerful speech here.) As the titular character on CW’s Jane The Virgin, Rodriguez isn’t a sex kitten or a cook—instead, she plays a college student whose life is turned upside down when she finds out she’s been accidentally artificially inseminated.

The dramedy—based on a popular Venezuelan telenovela—was recently given a full season order and Rodriguez, 30, has become one of the fall’s breakout stars. Here, she reveals why she decided to become an actress and why she refuses to conform to narrow stereotypes about beauty and race. READ FULL STORY

Comedian Cheech Marin to guest star on CW's 'Jane The Virgin'

CW’s Jane The Virgin is getting a dose of serious comedy cred: EW has learned exclusively that legendary comic Cheech Marin will guest star as abuelita Alba’s love interest. READ FULL STORY

Mexican singer Paulina Rubio to guest star on The CW's 'Jane The Virgin'

Mexican pop star Paulina Rubio is set to guest star on The CW’s Latin-flavored family comedy Jane The Virgin, EW has learned. READ FULL STORY

'Jane the Virgin': Gina Rodriguez cast as lead in new CW pilot

The new CW pilot Jane the Virgin has found its Jane.

EW has learned that Gina Rodriguez will play the title role in Jane the Virgin, which is adapted from the Venezuelan telenovela and is about a “hard-working, religious young Latina woman” who finds herself artificially inseminated … by accident.

The pilot will be written by Jennie Snyder Urman, who most recently wrote an episode of The CW’s Reign.


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