Great news for "Jane The Virgin" fans as The CW network announced that the series will be returning for Season 4. The pick-up comes as no surprise as the hit comedy stars Gina Rodriguez, who won at the Golden Globes during her initial season and continues to be nominated for her performance. Buzz around the show helps boost the show's profile and the network loves to get recognition for it.
Stars of the "Juana La Virgen" telenovela remake were quick to react to the amazing news. Gina Rodriguez wrote: "Today is a great day, I can and I will. Third globe nom and a 4th season renewal. God is good. Our supporters got us here. I am grateful."
Today is a great day, I can and I will. Third globe nom and a 4th season renewal. God is good. Our supporters got us here. I am grateful. __
— Gina Rodriguez (@HereIsGina) January 8, 2017
Jaime Camil, who plays the funny telenovela star Rogelio de la Vega and Jane's dad, also took to social media to share the news. "Thank you to all the fans for their unlimited love and thank you #MarkPedowitz for believing in us and for giving us the blessing of having a wonderful job that touches and inspires people," he wrote.
@cwjanethevirgin #season4 ____ Thank you to all the fans for their unlimited love and thank you #MarkPedowitz @thecw for believing in us and for giving us the blessing of having a wonderful job that touches and inspires people _☺️ #janethevirgin SEASON 4 _ #thankful #blessed
A photo posted by Jaime Camil (@jaimecamil) on Jan 8, 2017 at 11:29am PST
Yael Grobglas, who plays Petra, wrote: "THANK YOU @TheCW AND @CBSTVStudios FOR THE EARLY PICKUP!!!! Yaaaaaay we get to make more magic in season 4 !!!!!!!!"
— Yael Grobglas (@yaelgrobglas) January 8, 2017
Other shows that were picked up for an additional series include "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," "Arrow," "Supergirl," "Flash," "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" and "Supernatural."
“Over the past several seasons, The CW has built a schedule of proven performers, from our lineup of DC superheroes, to critically acclaimed comedies, to sci-fi dramas,” said the CW president Mark Pedowitz, in a statement posted by Deadline. “Early pickups of these seven series now allow our producers to plan ahead for next season, and gives us a solid base to build on for next season, with original scripted series to roll out all year long.”