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TV's 17 Most Heavenly Fathers

TV's 17 Most Heavenly Fathers

WHO’S YOUR DADDY? Favorite TV daddy, that is. In celebration of Father's Day, we‘re counting down the most divine TV dads of this millennium!
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Jane the Virgin Season 4 Episode 16 Review: Chapter Eighty

Jane the Virgin Review: The C Word

On Jane the Virgin Season 4 Episode 16, Jane and Rafael hit a rough patch when trying to move in together, Xiomara started chemo and Petra questioned JR's loyalty.
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Jane the Virgin Details

Jane the Virgin is a fun drama on The CW. It centers on a young woman who is a virgin... and who is also pregnant.

She gets artificially inseminated by accident and the series then launches from there. Should Jane keep the baby? If she does, what does it do to her relationship with Michael? What about the real parents? Will they want the baby or will Jane be caring for it? There are so many questions and Jane the Virgin dares to answer them all with grace and kindness. 

There are big surprises ahead for Jane, including the reveal of her birth father, who until now she thought forever lost to her. Will finding her own father impact her decision about being inseminated? 

The series was off to a great start with the premiere, bringing the best Monday ratings in three years!

The series stars Gina Gina Rodriguez as Jane, as well as Justin Baldoni as Rafael, the hotel owner and the biological father of Jane's unborn child.

Other cast members include Brett Dier as Michael, Jane's detective boyfriend; Andrea Navedo as Xiomara, Jane's mother; Yael Grobglas as Petra, Rafael's scheming wife; Ivonne Coll as Alba, Jane's grandmother; and Jaime Camil as Rogelio.

Network:
The CW
Number of Episodes
81
Start Date
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Jane the Virgin Quotes

You know ours is the greatest love story ever told.

Rose

In English, in honor of today, I am overwhelmed by the love and support in this room. As I studied for my citizenship exam, I learned about 'E pluribus unum," "out of many, one." It is said that it originated by the famous Roman writer Cicero about family and friends. When each person loves the other, as much as herself, it makes one out of many. And as I look around this room, I understand what he meant. Out of many, one. You are all part of my journey. I spent so many years, worrying about being separated from all of you. And I am so grateful that I will never have to worry about that again.

Abuela