As it pains Michael lovers to hear this, but Jane will move on. According to EP Jennie Urman:
Part of the journey is, like Gina said, she started out this optimistic, romantic dreamer and then she was hit by reality in a really big way. What I want to see in the back half of the series is how she regains some of that optimism, some of that love, and starts to believe in romance again and how it’s different from what she first thought it was, so we’re going to get into that and how does Jane believe in magic again.
Other exciting things coming up on Jane the Virgin:
- "We change [the episode introductions] depending on the theme, and the feeling is that [Jane] was defined by her virginity for so long, but obviously she’s so much more, so we were trying to expand the definition of what Jane is. You’ll see ‘Jane the Horndog’ pretty soon."
- Jane's attraction to Rogelio's costar will create some tension: "There’s a fight during crew lunch."
- The show will address deportation and the political climate: "We have an episode coming up that deals with Jane’s son Mateo [asking] why people don’t want Abuela in this country. We start to talk about immigration and the raids and how do you explain that to your children? We try to take anything that’s political and put it in the realm of our family and the hope is that by making people look at people and not positions, we can encourage empathy."
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