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      Jane The Virgin (2019)

      Season 5

      Jane The Virgin

      27 Reviews 100+ Ratings

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      Gina Rodriguez delivers a stellar performance in Jane the Virgin's final season, grounding the series in humanity amidst all its quirky telenovela humor. Read critic reviews

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      • 1. Chapter Eighty-Two

        Air date: Mar 27, 2019

        Jane makes a shocking discovery and looks to Rafael for answers; Rafael decides to put everything he and Jane have on hold; Petra is trying to secure a future with JR, but her past might jeopardize everything.

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      • 2. Chapter Eighty-Three

        Air date: Apr 3, 2019

        With Jane's guilt starting to settle in, she turns to Alba for advice and gets an unexpected answer; Luisa decides to go see Rose with Rafael by her side to help get answers; Rogelio is back to work with River, but a power struggle ensues.

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      • 3. Chapter Eighty-Four

        Air date: Apr 10, 2019

        Jane must get over the newest hurdle in her life, which proves to be harder than she and Rafael would have hoped; Rogelio discovers that he and River are not as equal as he had thought.

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      • 4. Chapter Eighty-Five

        Air date: Apr 17, 2019

        Jane turns to Petra for answers to her life questions; Petra leans on Jane for advice about JR; Xo is determined to be at grandparents' day for Mateo but still has one more chemo treatment; Alba is getting mixed messages from Jorge.

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      • 5. Chapter Eighty-Six

        Air date: Apr 24, 2019

        Jane reluctantly agrees to let Rogelio throw her a big 30th birthday party; Jane's mentor gives her some important advice that may help her start writing again; Petra thinks she and JR are finally in a good place.

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      • 6. Chapter Eighty-Seven

        Air date: May 1, 2019

        Jane struggles with giving Rafael his space after she discovers that he is hiding a secret; Jane and Michael uncover clues about what happened the day he "died"; Petra wants to fit into JR's world and enlists Jane's help.

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      • 7. Chapter Eighty-Eight

        Air date: May 8, 2019

        Jane tries to go with the flow, so when Michael makes a suggestion which takes her out of her comfort zone, Jane decides to go for it; Michael slides back into his old life; Jane struggles with her feelings for Rafael.

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      • 8. Chapter Eighty-Nine

        Air date: Jan 15, 2020

        Jane has a hard time dealing with Rafael avoiding her, so when an issue with Mateo comes up, she uses it to get some face time; Rogelio turns to Jane for help when he learns his pilot is in trouble; Alba and Jorge enlist Xo's help to study.

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      • 9. Chapter Ninety

        Air date: Jan 16, 2020

        When Jane and Rogelio join forces to pitch a pilot, Jane is excited until she discovers a secret about her book being published; Alba and Jorge make an important decision about their future; Rafael asks Jane to allow Luisa to meet Mateo.

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      • 10. Chapter Ninety-One

        Air date: Jan 17, 2020

        Jane struggles to balance her time between writing a script for the network and writing a novel; Rafael is furious with Jane after she makes a medical appointment that he doesn't agree with; JR lands a job interview out of state.

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      • Feb 26, 2023
        I fell in love with all the characters. I have to say when it came to the end I was a little sad. I will truly miss them. Reminded me of my daughters...Wish the would do another season.
      • Feb 16, 2023
        I will explain why I believe the ending of Jane the Virgin season 4, more specifically the return of Michael, ruined the storyline of season 5. By the end of season four, Jane is still grieving over Michael, but is in a relationship with Rafael. When they finally have the ending they deserve, Michael suddenly comes back. This return will be a big part of the storyline of season 5. Halfway through the third season, Michael passed away. This was a great plot twist since we all did not expect it. By bringing him back the next season, the plot of before is ruined. He now is referred to as Jason, and has amnesia. What everyone loves about Michael is his sweet character. Now when he returned, his character changed completely. He does not remember Jane. He is really moody and uninterested. This all did not add anything to the story. Jane spending days with Michael to bring his memory back did not change anything in the long run. She ended up with Rafael, and Michael was no longer a part of her life. Even if Michael never returned, the ending would have been the same either way. Overall, I really loved the series and the characters. I also liked the plot twist of Michael dying, but bringing him back was not the move. The writers could have written a better storyline for season 5.
      • Jan 27, 2023
        I've watched Jane The Virgin over 15 times and I have felt the same way after finishing the last episode, a little disappointed but still happy for most of how the characters storylines ended. All except for Michael, bringing back Michael for season 5 was the worst decision the writers made. The whole reason Michael died was so that Jane could be with Rafael because Rafael would never beat Michael because Janes love for Michael was different and special. Rafael said it himself "you guys had your love story, and know we can have ours". The way the writers treated Michael in this film was disrespectful towards the fans of him and the actor himself. Brett Diers performance is why that character is so perfect. Bringing Michael back so the season could Parrellel Season 2 (The Best JTV Season) and so that Jane could choose Rafael this time was extremely out of character for Jane and did not complement Season 2 at all. If it were the Jane they had been writing for FOUR seasons she would've chosen Michael but she didn't. She was sitting in a home thinking how happy she would've been with Michael and how she WOULD'VE actually got that happy ending that she written in Snow Falling about her love with Michael and then thought of Rafael and was like "I can't be with you Michael I love Rafael" it was that scene that brought season 5 too it's downfall because after Michael was gone the writing was bland and there was no more conflicts in the show that was interesting enough too care about. The only thing that kept the season interesting was Sin Rostro, and then Luisa killed her. Which yes isn't the worst way too end Sin Rostros storyline but it still wasn't the right way. If the writers kept Michael (and their heads attached) they would've known that literally the whole time we've known Michael he has been tracking down Sin Rostro, and she literally took his life away from him and gave him Amnesia. He should've been the one to kill Sin Rostro. Everything else they did in this show was great besides anything to do with Michael and Janes writing in the last half of the show.
      • Jul 06, 2022
        I love Jane the virgin, watch it over and over again. The script is so romantic and funny, full of twists. Every character has a place in my heart.
      • May 04, 2022
        ) Never!!!!! Have i ever lost my self so much in a serie before ❤️😍🙏🏻🥺 i have been crying, laughing in every episoder and I Love every charachter ❤️ i cant beileve its iver now i seen The last episode 😟😳 Please keep it alive and do moore Please ❤️🙏🏻🥺❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 much Love from sweden
      • Feb 09, 2022
        I caught up with this very late, and have binge watched the whole 5 series over several weeks. Everything worth saying about it has probably already been said, but I found part of its appeal was the format - the narrator explanations, the way the stories evolved, the wackiness of the story lines - all reminded me of that almost forgotten classic from the late 1970s, namely Soap, and prompted me to re-watch that for the first time in about 40 years. A good question in a film studies examination would be - "Compare and contrast Jane the Virgin with Soap, with reference to changing social norms on class, race, ethnicity, gender and sexuality". I dropped the score by half of one point because Jane herself was starting to irritate me by series 5, as she was so bloody superior, dictatorial and indecisive.
      • Nov 13, 2021
        Great - as usual! Sad to see it end, but a well-done series ending season.
      • Mar 09, 2021
        Watch this understanding that it is a "Telenovela"! I LOVED the show in the first 4 seasons, However season 5 is WAY TOO WOKE :( Too political. If I want politics I'll watch CNN. Jane is a complete control freak, know it all. I loved Michael (my favorite in the show) I love Rogelio!!! I feel like Rogelio is the CO STAR! The twists and turns are great, but Jane and her wishy washy fickle love life is ridicules. BUT, IT IS a Telenovela after all.
      • Jan 06, 2021
        This will be my review for the whole show. It was so much heart, creativity and humor. Such a light show. I enjoyed it so much.
      • Aug 16, 2020
        This season was not the best of all, because I love the first season, which is the essence of everything, it is the basis of all the events to come, but the last season is perfect, full of twists and turns and I particularly love it when something happens that I didn't expect, and this series certainly has MANY turns around. This series covers the 3 genres I love most, comedy, romance and drama, which is why among many, it is my favorite series.

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