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Jane The Virgin Predicted Its 5th Season Cancelation


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This article contains spoilers for the Jane the Virgin season 4 finale


Jane the Virgin  is officially ending after season 5 , but fans of the show may not be surprise, due to the meta-references that the narrator and characters make to the show's story arc. Additionally, both showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman and star Gina Rodriguez have hinted that the show would end after five seasons. Urman also confirmed to The New York Times  that the show would include its original ending from her pitch for the show. The final season will also provide closure, rather than the cliffhanger endings that each previous season has employed, so fans can rest assured that both Jane and Jane the Virgin will be given a proper ending.

According to Urman, the show was originally conceived of as a four-season story. However, as the show developed, the story was expanded to five seasons, while still maintaining the same general structure and story arc. After Michael dies, the Narrator tells the viewer that the show has finished "part two", which would fit about halfway into the original framework. Simultaneously, Urman wrote a note to fans addressing Michael's death, which occurred at the midseason finale of season 3, stating that Jane's story was still unfolding: "And we are only at our midpoint.' Michael's death was always meant to be the hinge of the two halves of Jane's story, which, given his surprise return , makes perfect sense.

Source : Screenrant

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