Successful Venezuelan telenovela "Juana La Virgen" will be adapted by the CW, Deadline reports.

The project has been dubbed as "Jane The Virgin" and will be written by Jennie Snyder Urman, creator of CW's cult series "Emily Owens, MD."

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Also behind the adaptation is Ben Silverman, who is no stranger to remaking telenovelas into series for the U.S. audience. He was the guy that brought us "Ugly Betty" on ABC based on "Yo Soy Betty La Fea" from Colombia. This fall we'll also see the American version of "Mujeres Asesinas" titled "Killer Women" with Sofia Vergara attached as executive producer with Silverman's Electus producing as well.

Jane centers around a hard-working, religious, young girl who finds herself pregnant after a series of crazy events that lead up to her accidentally being artificially inseminated. What Jane will soon find out is that she falls in love with the biological father of her baby.

The original telenovela was written by Perla Farias and aired back in 2002. It has recently been reported that "Juana" is also being remade in Colombia by RTI and Televisa.

What do you think of the premise of this new CW series?