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Jane the Virgin - Episode 3.03 - Chapter Forty-Seven - Promos, Interviews, Promotional Photos & Press Release



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“Chapter Forty-Seven”— (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)

DREAMS – GLORIA AND EMILIO ESTEFAN GUEST STAR – Jane (Gina Rodriguez) continues to work on her thesis and she decides to add Alba’s (Ivonne Coll) estranged sister to the narrative, much to Alba’s dismay. In order for Rogelio (Jaime Camil) to have a chance at being an American crossover star he decides to bring the Passions of Santos to The CW in hopes they will pick it up. Xo (Andrea Navedo) thinks about abandoning her dream of being a singer for something more realistic. Meanwhile, Luisa (guest star Yara Martinez) is forced to make a choice between her family or Rose (guest star Bridget Regan). Ivonne Coll and Justin Baldoni also star. Eva Longoria Baston directed the episode written by Carolina Rivera & Micah Schraft (#303). Original airdate 10/31/2016.
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Promo & Interviews



This isn't your first time being slightly political on the show. Last year, you tackled immigration with Alba's quest to become a legal citizen. Are there other such issues you would like to explore on the show this season?

We're going to be talking about what's happening in Venezuela right now because the original telenovela came from there and I made the family from there. [Venezuela's] in a really precarious position right now with the shortage of electricity and that's going to impact the family as Jane starts to excavate her grandmother's past through her writing. She's going to be exploring her grandmother's history and that's going to pull her into some of the things that are happening in the present and up her awareness of that. We're going to be continuing to discuss immigration and Alba, now she has her green card, she has different opportunities than she had before so she's going to get a new job because now she can work on the books and that will bring in a new environment and just a real sense of pride for her and excitement and a sense of new beginnings. … Our characters will vote, all that kind of stuff.

“Things are a lot easier when everybody’s wanting to win your heart,” Urman notes. “Co-parenting is difficult no matter what, but it hasn’t been as difficult as it could be for Jane, because [Rafael] has always wanted to please her.”

The dynamic between Mateo’s parents will get an added twist when Raf starts to move on with “a really great, surprising love interest” who has a connection to Jane, Urman teases, adding that the mystery woman makes her debut in Episode 5.

As for those still riding the Rafael/Jane ‘shipper train, Urman confirms that romance is over — for now. “I would say people should still hold out hope, because things get complicated,” the EP hedges. “But we’re not playing it. It’s there underneath.”
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