Jane the Virgin

This “Jane the Virgin” star talks about what it’s like to relive her family’s deportation every time she watches the news.
The Gina Rodriguez-led series ended its five-season run, but the show's approach to Latinx representation, sex positivity and strong female leads is worth raving about forever.
The "Jane the Virgin" star's mental health experience is a reminder that you never know what another person is going through.
The "Jane the Virgin" star married Joe LoCicero and gave her fans a well-produced souvenir of the occasion.
Two inspirational and trailblazing Latinas — Gina Rodriguez and Rita Moreno — can’t stop praising each other and it’s warming our hearts!
The actress also discusses raising awareness about "period poverty."
The actress confirms the rumors that she's betrothed to the actor who played a Don Quixote stripper on her hit CW show.
The "Jane the Virgin" actress is sending a young woman to Princeton with a full scholarship.
"I mean, 'Modern Family,' again, for the 12th year, same nominations?" Jaime Camil told Slate.
Things are about to get interesting on "Jane The Virgin."
Let the "Jane the Virgin" star remind you to never give up on your dreams.
With options limited, viewers can garner tremendous strength from seeing relatable characters on screen.
Because some people aren't on board with "locker room talk."