“Jane the Virgin” Comes To An End

Alexis Brady and Katherine Soltero

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One year ago the season 4 finale of “Jane the Virgin” aired, making fans sad that the show was taking a break. But once it was revealed that there would only be 5 seasons of the show, viewers began to wonder what would happen next. “Jane the Virgin” first aired back in October of 2014. The series is about a 23 year old named Jane, who decides to stay a virgin till marriage due to her mother being a teen mom,’s life seemed perfect in the beginning. Although after a trip to the clinic her life was flipped upside down. At the clinic Jane is inseminated after a mistaken identity, and her life was never the same.

Well, the time has finally come. It was announced that the very last season would air on March 27th in the beginning of 2019, leaving people three months until all of our questions were answered. Paris Benning(10) says “Jane the Virgin is one of my favorite TV shows so the fact that it’s ending is really sad!”. Many cast members were sad as well saying that they would miss each other after the 5 years they spent filming the show. Cast members Gina Rodriguez, Justin Baldoni, and Yael Grobglas shared a picture of them crying at their last table read saying it was extremely emotional and that they would keep in touch. Alex Medina(10) said, “ Even though i’m sad that the show is ended i think it’s time they end it because if they kept the show going it would start to get boring.” People have spoken out on Twitter saying that the show should be over because the plot has almost already been resolved.

No matter what people say, “Jane the Virgin” is still ending, the end of the show means that new things are coming out too though! The CW has already announced that a new series will be coming out this summer. Lexi Ernesto(9) says “I’m excited to see what they come out with. I’m sure it will be good!” Instead of being sad about the series ending, people want to celebrate it. Let “Jane the Virgin” go out with a bang!

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