‘Jane The Virgin’ Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Third Installment Ends Series? Major Plot Twist Expected; Jane, Michael Divorce?

By Laine Lucas , Updated Dec 14, 2016 09:35 AM EST
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"Jane the Virgin" Season 3 is currently on its winter break but fans are already looking forward to new episodes next year. The second half of Season 3, expected to premiere in January 2017, is said to feature a major plot twist that will bring surprise to all viewers.

Jane (Gina Rodriguez) and Michael (Brett Dier) have recently wedded, which delighted all those who rooted for this couple. In "Jane the Virgin" Season 3 episode titled "Chapter Forty-Seven," the couple finally consummated their marriage and Jane is no longer a virgin. Despite their love story, there are rumors suggesting that their happiness will be short-lived.

Rumor has it that Michael and Jane won't really have a happy ending. Speculations suggest that once "Jane the Virgin" Season 3 returns, there could be a time-jump featuring Jane as a single woman. It was said that the major plot twist for the current season is Jane and Michael's divorce. The reason for their split wasn't mentioned but this should excite fans who have been rooting for Jane and Rafael (Justin Baldoni) for a long time.

Besides Jane and Michael's rumored divorce, "Jane the Virgin" Season 3 is also said to be the last of the series, mainly because the show will no longer be about Jane being a virgin. In that case, it is believed that there's no point in continuing the series unless the executives rebrand the show.

The title is only a minor concern but executives may have a workaround for that. As reported by TVGuide, "Jane the Virgin" Season 3 could have slight tweaks to its title every week now that Jane has given up her virginity. Meanwhile, the fate of the show remains uncertain and fans have yet to know whether or not Season 3 will be the last. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more updates!

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