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Jane The Virgin Season 5 Episode 18: ‘Chapter Ninety-Nine’ Series Finale Streaming Details

Jane the Virgin Season 5 Episode 17

In this post, we are going to talk about Jane the Virgin season 5 episode 18 and episode 19 release date, streaming details, and spoilers. The show is ending folks, and those two episodes will be the last. These two episodes will be released back-to-back and will act as a two-hour series finale. So, let’s take a moment to know what will happen in the seventeenth episode before we discuss the series finale episodes.

The upcoming episode will feature more trouble for Jane, and that too when she would be feeling well with all the publishing and stuff, as an unexpected problem will ruin all her good thoughts. On the other hand, Petra and Rafael would be having a good time working together until Petra takes it further and makes an unexpected offer that might be awkward. Also, Rogelio will not be away from more trouble, and it happens to him all the time.

Jane The Virgin Season 5 Episode 18 And 19: Streaming Details And Spoilers

The show is now 17 episodes deep into the fifth and final season, and the 18th and the 19th episodes are supposed to air next week. The 18th and 19th episodes of Jane the Virgin season 5 are projected to release on 31 July 2019. The show is broadcasted on The CW channel at 9 PM every Wednesday. The episodes are titled ‘Chapter Ninety-Nine’ and ‘Chapter One Hundred.’

The show can also be streamed online on the CW app, where viewers can stream all the CW shows by providing TV subscription details. Furthermore, there are several options like Hulu, Roku, and DirecTV Now where viewers can stream the CW channel at the mentioned time to watch Jane the Virgin.

The series finale episodes, episode 18 and 19, would feature interviews from the cast members and executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman. Also, Jane and Rafael would be on their big day, but Rafael deciding to help Jane would backfire. Moreover, Xo and Rogelio would be telling the family about their decision, which might not go well with everyone. On the other hand, Petra would be having her own emotions to deal with.