‘Jane the Virgin’ Season 4 Confirmed on The CW
“Jane the Virgin” kicked off its third season on Oct 17 on The CW with a slight growth of the viewing audience (2.45%), garnering almost 1.1 million viewers, as well as a positive reception by the target audience, as always, losing just a bit over 11% in demo rating/share. Without a doubt, millions of loyal fans of the comedy-drama telenovela are eager to know whether or not “Jane the Virgin” will be returning for a fourth season on The CW, and if this happens, when should we expect its release date? Fortunately, on Jan 8, 2017, The CW picked up seven TV shows for the 2017-2018 season. Naturally, “Jane The Virgin” has been included in the list. This good news has been announced during the network’s session at the TCA press tour. If you don’t want to miss the upcoming premiere, subscribe for our automatic notifications right now, and we’ll keep you informed.
Honestly, we have been expecting that The CW is about to renew “Jane the Virgin” for a next season relying on such impressive television ratings as well as the universal acclaim of the romantic comedy among the viewers. Let’s take a look at some figures in order to learn why The CW made this decision. Currently, according to IMDB, the telenovela holds a score of 7.8 out of 10 based on over 16,400 user votes 34 reviews from viewers and 15 reviews from critics. At the same time, according to TV.com, “Jane the Virgin” has an average score of 8.2 out of 10 based on 229 user ratings. Meanwhile, according to Rotten Tomatoes, the current season of “Jane the Virgin” has an average score of 4.4 out of 5 and a 80% approval rating based on 23 reviews from viewers.
The premiere episode of the third season has drawn 1.089 million viewers (2.45% compared to last season’s premiere) with a 0.40 demo rating (-11.11%) among adults (18-49). For comparison, “Jane the Virgin” Season 2 averaged a 0.37 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 0.955 million total viewers.
“Jane the Virgin” focuses on the story of Jane Gloriana Villanueva, who vowed to keep her virginity until marriage. However, due to a medical error, she has been artificially inseminated. And this case has dramatically changed her entire life. The TV series is created by Jennie Snyder Urman, who also serves as executive producer.
On November 16, 2016, The CW sets its midseason schedule. According to the official announcement, “Jane the Virgin” is coming back for Season 3B on Monday, Jan 23, 2016 at 9-10:00 PM on The CW. In its midseason finale “Jane the Virgin” has garnered 1.146 million viewers (+13.92% compared to the season premiere) with a 0.40 demo rating (-2.44%) among adults (18-49). We still expect for the official announcement of a Season 4 renewal from The CW. But “Jane the Virgin” has many chances to be renewed for a next season. We’ll keep you informed.
On January 8, 2017, The CW has picked up “Jane The Virgin” for a fourth season. The premiere is slated for the 2017-2018 television season on The CW.
Notification of the Release Date (Season 4)
“Jane the Virgin” Season 3 commenced on Oct. 17 at 9|8c on The CW and the premiere drew 1.089 million viewers, as well as has been praised by critics and viewers as expected. Apparently, The CW was impressed with the indicators of the current season of “Jane The Virgin,” and, therefore, has picked up the telenovela for a next instalment. According to the official announcement “Jane The Virgin” will be coming back for a Season 4 in the 2017-2018 season. However, The CW has yet to announce a specific release date for a fourth series. Fortunately, thanks to our notification system, we’re able to notify you about the further updates of the comedy-drama telenovela, as well as about the “Jane the Virgin” Season 4 release date. Stay tuned. Don’t miss the premiere! Join our list of subscribers using the form below, and we’ll deliver a notification on the release date directly to your inbox.
Today is a great day, I can and I will. Third globe nom and a 4th season renewal. God is good. Our supporters got us here. I am grateful. 🙌🏽
— Gina Rodriguez (@HereIsGina) January 8, 2017