“It’s almost as though Brett’s beautiful talent and his heart — he helped sacrifice for the bigger journey of Jane,” Rodriguez said.“It really is beautiful to see somebody go through this transformation, as we do as human beings, where we go from being kind of naive and so in love with this romance and this idea that nothing bad in life happens if you just play it by the book. And that’s not the way life works, and that’s not a bad thing either.” was already no stranger to this kind of shakeup.lost a key figure in what many expected to be Jane’s happy ending — including Jane (Gina Rodriguez) herself.“It was the worst experience literally to date as an actor in my life,” Rodriguez says of the death of Jane’s husband Michael (Brett Dier), as well as the on-set goodbye to the actor who played him.“Xiomara could easily have been the stereotypical sexy vixen Latina,” Navedo said.“But for the little girl inside of me and for all of the little girls out there who are Latina, it means so much to them and to me that Xiomara is dimensional, that she has flaws and that she has positive traits, and they’re all mixed into one, and she’s evolving.” When it came time for Grobglas to embody Petra’s long-lost twin, Anezka, she found inspiration in a surprising place: “This is I think how my cat would speak as a person.” When taking on what she called the “gendered” idea that is a guilty pleasure, Urman took gentle aim at the kind of TV show no one would dare call guilty.But it’s all going to play out in that first episode because we’ve already started working on it.❞ 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.
He was born in Mexico City, Mexico, the son of a Mexican father, Jaime Camil Garza, and a Brazilian mother, Cecilia Saldanha da Gama. His mother, who was born in the city of Rio de Janeiro, has Portuguese roots. Jaime speaks fluent Spanish, Portuguese, English, and French.
“We’re taking seriously tortured men who only speak in, like, soft tones.” And since the show dabbles in fantasy, the showrunner has an idea for how they might address that double standard on screen: “I’d like to do some magical realism of a dark and gloomy anti-hero.” While they were on the topic of guilty pleasures, the cast owned up to some of theirs — and when Navedo pulled up a photo of former One Directioner Harry Styles on her phone, the conversation took a turn. Rodriguez praised his new single “Sign of the Times.” “I think that’s the one I like,” Dier piped up.
While Urman wouldn’t say much about the season finale beyond confirming Dier’s appearance, she did tease that season 4 will see “Jane recapturing joy and having breakthroughs personally and professionally.” The showrunner also promised a big surprise for Ro and Xo.
Of Rafael (Baldoni), she added, “When you’re younger, you’re like, ‘That’s the one I’m gonna mess with.’” But Rafael has grown up, and Urman acknowledged that “the idea of ‘meant to be’ is something that we look at and construct and reconstruct all the time.” To that end, every member of the cast has a different opinion on the show’s ultimate couple.
“The real love story is between Michael and Rogelio,” Camil declared.