Season 4 of the CW dramedy Jane the Virgin premiered 13 October 2017 on The CW.[1]


Creator Jennie Snyder Urman on Season 4:

❝ When Jane sees Adam, you’re going to need to know what his backstory is, why she never thought she’d see him again, and why he was her first love. That’s going to take her on a real journey and obviously, there’s big history there. At the top of next season, Rafael’s lost all his money. He doesn’t have anything. His credit cards don’t work. And we have a villain rising in Luisa, whose heart is out for revenge. So everybody is grappling with their circumstances more than their romances. But it’s all going to play out in that first episode because we’ve already started working on it. ❞[2]


Gina Rodriguez as Jane Villanueva
Andrea Navedo as Xiomara Villanueva
Yael Grobglas as Petra
Justin Baldoni as Rafael Solano
Ivonne Coll as Alba Villanueva
Elias Janssen as Mateo Solano Villanueva
and Jaime Camil as Rogelio De La Vega

Special Guest Stars

Isabel Allende as Herself

Recurring cast

Yara Martinez as Luisa Alver[2]
Rafael's step-sister, a former OBGYN/doctor and recovering alcoholic who owns The Marbella
Bridget Regan as Sin Rostro[3][4]
former lawyer and Solano socialite, who is really a criminal mastermind now finally imprisoned
Yael Grobglas as Anezka Archuletta
Petra's evil twin sister
Justina Machado as Darci Factor
a brassy and formidable matchmaker who is pregnant with Rogelio's daughter
Tyler Posey as Adam Alvarro[5]
Jane's first love, whom she thought she'd never see again[6]
Johnny Messner as Chuck Chesser[2]
Owner of the Fairwick Hotel and Petra's on-again off-again boyfriend
Diane Guerrero as Lina Santillan
Jane's chilhood best friend, who lives in New York

Guest starring

Alex Meneses as Katherine
Owner of the Cortes Hotel Conglomerate, who is a possible investor in Luisa and Petra’s hotel.


Jenna Ortega as Young Jane
Mia Allan as Anna
one of Petra's twin daughters
Ella Allan as Ellie
Petra's other twin daughter
Shelly Bhalla as Krishna
Petra's assistant of five years


  • Joseph Sanders will not return as Mateo, due to being busy with school[7]
  • There is a new love triangle between Jane, Adam and Rafael[8]
  • Jane the Virgin new time slot is Fridays at 9:00pm [9]
  • Gina Rodriguez will be directing an episode this season [10]
  • The first table read took place Monday, 21 August 2017[11]
  • Season 4 was announced on 8 January, 2017, when the network renewed the series for a 4th season.[12]
  • This season consist only 17 episodes making this the shortest season.[13]


Season 4/Gallery



  Chapter Sixty-Five 13 October 2017 401
WRITTEN BY Jennie Snyder Urman & Paul Sciarrotta
DIRECTED BY Brad Silberling
When Jane is reunited with her first love, Adam, she is shocked but happy to see him, however Xo and Alba are less thrilled that he is back. After Rafael loses ownership of the hotel to his sister, he finds himself at Jane's house, broke and homeless. Jane and Rafael learn that Petra has been found and they rush to her aide, but Anezka is nowhere to be found. Meanwhile, Xo and Rogelio wedded bliss is interrupted when they confront the realization that Darci is having Rogelio's baby and she wants full custody
  Chapter Sixty-Six 20 October 2017 402
WRITTEN BY Valentina Garza & Jessica O'Toole & Amy Rardin
  Chapter Sixty-Seven 27 October 2017 403

Notes and references

  1. 'Jane the Virgin' Gets A Release Date For Season 4 On The CW (July 2017)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2
  3. Photo Tweet w/Martinez and Rodriguez (22 August 2017)
  4. Bridget Regan Tweet (August 2017)
  7. Jane the Virgin Unveils New Mateo in Cute Season 4 Poster — Plus: Check Out Tyler Posey as Jane's First Love (September 2017)
  9. The CW 2017-2018 Schedule: 'Arrow,' 'Jane,' 'Riverdale' Moving Days (May 2017)
  10. Gina Rodriguez Tweet (3 June 2017
  11. Gina Rodriguez Tweet (August 2017)
  12. The CW Gives Early Renewals to ‘The Flash,’ Six Others (January 2017)
  13. Jane the Virgin Episode Count Revealed (Hint: It's the Shortest Season Yet) (August 2017)

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