Sep 23, 2016 03:12 AM EDT | By LA Zamora
"Jane The Virgin" season 3 is expected to have a dramatic premiere as the story takes off from Michael's situation in the hospital. Jane and Michael's love story seemed so perfect until Michael got shot. Will "Jane The Virgin" season 3 see the end of Michael?
Taking from "Jane The Virgin" season 3 title, "Magical Beginnings, Tragic Endings," fans can't help but speculate if the tragic ending part refers to Michael. Although Michael plays a very big role in "Jane The Virgin,' his death will not come as a surprise to the viewers.
In the latest "Jane The Virgin" season 3 promo, Jane is seen asking a medical practitioner if Michael will be alright. She was answered with one word which trails of into uncertainty and despair.
Michael's highly possible death in "Jane The Virgin" season 3, though tragic, might pave the way for Jane to end up with who she was really meant to be with. That person we are talking about is Rafael. Jane and Rafael also has a magical beginning, right?
Speaking of magical beginnings, "Jane The Virgin" season 3 spoilers show Xo pregnant and about to embark on her new career stint. Xo will reportedly land a spot in "The Voice" which is one of her dream coming true.
Although a lot of good things are in store for Xo in "Jane The Virgin" season 3, Jane can't share her happiness because she is wallowed up in worry for Michael. Although everything is not peachy in "Jane The Virgin" season 3, the fans can expect a major life event happening to Jane in the upcoming season.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Jennie Snyder Urman has confirmed that Jane will finally be losing her virginity this year. Hopefully, it will be with her husband, Michael. But if Michael really dies, will she lose it to Rafael? Or will there be a new leading man to replace Michael?
Catch the premiere of "Jane The Virgin" season on Oct. 17. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Jane The Virgin" season 3 spoilers, news and updates!
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