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Posted by Girl Jay on November 12, 2018

As the fall TV season nears its end, it’s time to start looking forward to midseason premieres and returns and The CW is giving fans plenty to get excited about.

The highly anticipated Roswell reboot Roswell, New Mexico finally has a premiere date — January 15. Meanwhile, Black Lightning will move to Mondays following Arrow, beginning January 21. The shift will bump DC’s Legends of Tomorrow to its former Monday time slot.

New series In the Dark is scheduled to debut Thursdays once Legacies finishes its 16-episode first-season run. Meanwhile Jane the Virgin will return for its final season on a new night — Wednesdays. No premiere date has been announced fore Jane just yet, but it’s sure to come soon.

Posted by Girl Jay on June 05, 2018

The year so far has been crammed with so much great television that even with many standbys absent from the scene — fan favorites including “Better Call Saul,” “Game of Thrones,” and “Veep” have not broadcast episodes in 2018 — a list of the year’s great TV feels comprehensive, even with half the year to go. This list of 13 television shows and one TV movie, a mix of new and returning broadcasts, is an attempt to name some of what stood out most sharply to Variety‘s critics: Those shows that, in an unprecedentedly crowded landscape, demanded our attention and earned our appreciation. The first half of the year has been strong enough to make the eventual task of winnowing down a year-end best list seem very difficult indeed; for now, here are some shows from the past six months worth catching up on.

Jane the Virgin (The CW)
It’s hard to be consistently great four seasons deep into a show — but it appears as though no one told that to “Jane the Virgin,” which went ahead and had one of its best seasons yet. Flashing forward three years after Jane (Gina Rodriguez) lost her husband (Brett Dier), the show gave Jane the room to grieve, grow, and discover who it is she wants to be. The dramedy also continued to prove that it has one of TV’s best ensemble casts, particularly as Rogelio (Jaime Camill) and Alba (Ivonne Coll) grappled with Xiomara (Andrea Navedo) undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and Petra (Yael Grobglas) grappled with her feelings for her suave lawyer (Rosario Dawson). The CW has since announced that Season 5 will be “Jane the Virgin’s” last. Judging by how strong Season 4 was, it seems likely that the show just may go out on top. — CF
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Posted by Girl Jay on May 17, 2018

Next season will be the last for three CW dramas: “Jane the Virgin,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” and “iZombie.” The network confirmed Thursday that all three shows will end following 2018-19 as it announced its fall schedule for the upcoming season.

“Jane the Virgin” and “iZombie” will end at five seasons and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” will end at four.

Speaking to reporters Thursday morning, CW president Mark Pedowitz said of the canceled series, “We will miss each of those shows in terms of what they’ve done. They’ve helped the perception of the CW across the board.”

The CW will expand into Sunday nights with a returning superhero series and a reboot of a signature supernatural drama from its predecessor’s past.

The new Sunday-night block will begin with “Supergirl,” one of five superhero dramas from Warner Bros. and Greg Berlanti on the fall schedule. In recent years, the network has spread its DC Entertainment series out, saving some until midseason. But in 2018-19, the broadcaster will frontload all five shows in the fall. “Supergirl” will be followed by “Charmed,” a freshman reimagining of the supernatural series about sisters with magical powers that aired on the WB from 1998 to 2006.

The CW announced in February that it would next season launch a two-hour Sunday primetime block, expanding its linear lineup of original programming from five nights a week to six.

Mondays will be the first of two consecutive nights of DC Entertainment shows, with “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” at 8 p.m. and “Arrow” at 9 p.m. Tuesdays will feature “The Flash” at 8 p.m. and “Black Lightning” at 9 p.m. Wednesdays will begin with “Riverdale,” followed by another new series, “All American.” “Supernatural” will continue at 8 p.m. Thursdays followed by new drama “Legacies,” a spinoff of “The Vampire Diaries” franchise. Fridays will feature “Dynasty” at 8 p.m. and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” at 9 p.m.

Among the shows the CW will hold until midseason is “Jane the Virgin,” which remains one of the network’s most critically acclaimed series. Other midseason shows are the returning “iZombie” and “The 100,” as well as new shows “Roswell, New Mexico” and “In the Dark.”

Pedowitz also on Thursday addressed the network’s decision not to pick up pilot “Wayward Sisters,” the most recent attempt at a “Supernatural” spinoff, to series. “We did not feel that creatively the show was where we wanted it to be and we had a better shot with ‘Legacies.’” Pedowitz has spoken often about wanting a “Supernatural” spinoff on the network’s air, but several attempts have halted at the pilot stage.

Posted by Girl Jay on April 22, 2018

I’ve added HD screencaps of Gina from this most recent (and shocking!) episode of Jane the Virgin. I’ve also added stills for the last couple of episodes. Enjoy!

Posted by Girl Jay on April 21, 2018

The following article contains spoilers. Please do not continue reading if you have not watched tonight’s episode of Jane the Virgin.

What??? That was probably the reaction of every Jane the Virgin fan watching the Season 4 finale after the final scene. The show is known for loading its season finales with big twists and cliffhangers in the final minutes but tonight’s was the mother of all twists — Jane, walking into Rafael’s apartment expecting a wedding proposal from him instead came face to face with a guy who looked exactly like her dead husband Michael. (Side note, Brett Dier, who played Michael on the show and made a cameo tonight, is starring in a CBS comedy pilot, History of Them, and would not be available full-time should the pilot goes to series but is expected to do multiple episodes of Jane in Season 5.)

Up until that crazy turn of events, Jane followed closely its established finale formula. There was a Villanueva woman wedding (Alba and Jorge vs. Xo and Rogelio last year and Jane and Michal the year before.) There was another bus ride for Jane (“We see the bus as both literal and symbolic; it marks Jane’s passage into different stages of her life,” Jane creator/executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman told Deadline last year about the bus’ presence in every season finale.) There was a gun pointed at Petra in a cliffhanger for a second straight season finale; last year it was by her sister Anezka, this time, it was an unknown assailant who ended up being shot by Petra’s girlfriend, JR. The mystery, illustrated by #JRShotWho? flashing on the screen, is a cool sendup to one of the biggest soap cliffhangers in history, Dallas‘ Who Shot J.R.?

In addition to “Is Michael alive” and “Who did JR Shoot”, our interview with Snyder Urman also will address another big question — “Is the end of Jane the Virgin near?” The series was just renewed for a fifth season, which is believed to be the show’s final installment but there has been nothing official. Snyder Urman gives some clues about her plans for ending the show (hint — they include Jane getting married) and reveals the theme for Season 5, which would be fitting a possible final chapter — “full circle”.

DEADLINE: How about that ending?

SNYDER URMAN: Oh, I know, I haven’t been able to see it without screaming and I’ve seen it probably 30 times, and it always makes me jump out of my seat.

DEADLINE: Let’s jump right in — was this Michael or do we have yet another set of identical twins on the show?

SNYDER URMAN: Yeah, I cannot answer that but it’s not Michael’s identical twin, I can tell you that.

DEADLINE: So if Michael is alive…

SNYDER URMAN: Well, I’ll say, if that’s Michael and not some Rose twist…

DEADLINE: You mentioned Rose. It’s probably not a coincidence that the appearance of the mystery character who looks exactly like Michael was tied to Rose who is known for faking other people’s physical appearance.

SNYDER URMAN: I think that it’s impossible not to wonder about that because you have a character, Rose, that is tied to his reappearance, and you know what Rose is capable of, but that’ll be answered the night of the premiere of the fifth season.

DEADLINE: Can you give us a hint?

SNYDER URMAN: No, I can’t.

DEADLINE: What is Rose up to?

SNYDER URMAN: That’s all connected but underneath it all you know Rose wants to be with Luisa. Everybody in Jane is motivated in some way or another by their heart and Rose has told Luisa and has told the audience that theirs is the greatest love story ever told and she really gave up that information to find her.

DEADLINE: How did the idea about the “Michael” twist come about? Was it inspired by the big fan reaction to his death?

SNYDER URMAN: I’m always aware of the fans, of the love for the character but I don’t make decisions towards that. It really has to do with the telenovela aspect of our story that I thought it was best for. I don’t think it’s even safe to call it a twist because it’s central to the story and what’s happened and what will happen. I did not know it right from the beginning I’ll say. There’s a moment that I knew that this is how things would go and it was a little while back and that helped shape the rest of the storytelling.

DEADLINE: So what now? Jane and Rafael have been in a great place. How will the (re)introduction of this character shake up their relationship?

SNYDER URMAN: If it’s Michael, which you know we’ll see what we learn, I think it changes everything. In some ways it’s the most heroic thing that Rafael could’ve done to bring him back, but also it’s his worst fear that if Michael was still there he would be Jane’s second choice. So with the reappearance of this character I think he’s done the ultimate selfless act, but I think he’s put their relationship in great jeopardy and that will be a giant part of the storytelling when we finally return for season five.

DEADLINE: Please promise that we are not headed to yet another Jane-Michael-Rafael love triangle?

SNYDER URMAN: Can’t promise anything, but you know it’s a telenovela. She will end up with someone and I hope it will be an exciting development.

DEADLINE: Let’s talk about the other big development in the final few minutes of the episode. How long in advance did you plan the Dallas “Who Shot J.R.” reference with #JRShotWho?

SNYDER URMAN: That was right from the beginning and developed as we began to see that character. We knew what would happen and then we had named her Jane, and then her nickname was JR, and from there obviously the light bulb started to stay on as we got into the finale.

DEADLINE: Can we get clues on the identity of the shooter? Obviously it was somebody that …

SNYDER URMAN: It was someone that Petra knows.

DEADLINE: Yes, somebody Petra knows and it can’t be her mother Magda, she is in prison I believe.

SNYDER URMAN: Well she’s not in prison, but she’s in prison adjacent, she’s stuck in the place and it’s not Magda.

DEADLINE: Is it someone that we have seen on the show or somebody from Petra’s life that we have not met yet?

SNYDER URMAN: No it will be someone that you have seen.

DEADLINE: Will there be any repercussions for Petra or JR from that murder. Petra already was under suspicion over Anezka’s murder, her ex-lover also was killed, and now yet another body pops up in her room.

SNYDER URMAN: Yeah, she gets a little bit of a black widow stink about her. Obviously she was responsible for Anezka’s death after what we learned in the finale, but I don’t plan to put her under investigation for this incident because somebody had broken into her room and was essentially stalking her and getting ready to kill her.

DEADLINE: Let’s talk about your plan for the show. There have been indications that Season 5 would be Jane‘s final season. Can you confirm that?

SNYDER URMAN: No, that’s not confirmed yet. I can’t confirm or deny, that is what I can say. I will say that we’ve planned the ending for a long, long time so we’re stepping towards it. The show’s obviously not going to go on forever, but I can’t confirm that.

DEADLINE: Every season of the show has had a theme related to a new stage in Jane’s life, the current Season 4’s was “recapturing the joy” as you had put it. What will be the theme of Season 5?

SNYDER URMAN: Full circle. Life coming full circle.

DEADLINE: Can you elaborate?

SNYDER URMAN: Her writing. The words she typed on her bed were the words that began our pilot.

DEADLINE: The show also started with an accidental artificial insemination. Would full circle mean we’d get another one of those?

SNYDER URMAN: No, not an accidental insemination.

DEADLINE: You said you’re planning the final chapter. Where is Jane going to end up? Will she eventually get married?

SNYDER URMAN: Telenovelas structurally end with weddings so ours will as well. Whether it’s in the last episode or close thereabouts, that I can’t quite reveal, but Jane will get married again.

DEADLINE: Will we be surprised by the groom, or it’s somebody we already know?

SNYDER URMAN: You already know. That would be really funny and a real twist.

DEADLINE: Well, if this is Michael, he and Jane are already married so that leaves Rafael…

SNYDER URMAN: It’ll end in a wedding is really what I can say.

DEADLINE: What else can you tell us about the next season?

SNYDER URMAN: I think we’ve left on such a big exciting cliffhanger that we’re very excited to delve in. The big question that we’ll be answering is, is it Michael or is it sort of a Somersby situation. Everybody will be in a state of shock from this cliffhanger. We’ll begin to explore that and we’re also going to see big things with Jane’s writing start to happen on her career front. We’ve been focusing a lot on that and on where she’s going and where she wants to get to and that’s going to continue to develop in an exciting way.

Rogelio is going to officially shoot his pilot with River Fields and the shooting of the pilot is going to play an important role in establishing some of the themes that we’re going to be getting into as he translates The Passions of Santos into The Passions of Steve and Brenda. Petra is going to be dealing with the aftermath of who the shooter was and also dealing with her relationship with JR who she really loves and who obviously is quite angry with her.

DEADLINE: Will there be any big deaths next season?

SNYDER URMAN: I’m not going to answer.

Posted by Girl Jay on April 14, 2018

I’ve added HD episode screencaps of Gina from last night’s wonderful episode of Jane the Virgin. Enjoy!