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Jane the Virgin Season 5 Episode 4: ‘Chapter Eighty-Five’ Release Date And Details

Jane the Virgin Season 5 Episode 3

In this post, we are going to talk about Jane the Virgin season 5 episode 4 release date, where to watch, and spoilers. But before that, I would like to inform you that the third episode was not broadcasted while writing this post. We are going to provide you with all the details available about the next episode, as you might need it after watching the third episode. But first, let’s discuss what is supposed to happen this week.

We all know that Jane is still struggling to figure out the situation, and Michael/Jason is unexpected for her. However, we saw an unexpected kiss with Michael previously which convinced her to take a divorce with him. However, we will be seeing her trying to forget everything happened, but it would not be easy for her and Rafael. Moreover, Rogelio will also discover that he and River are not as identical as he believed. Now, let’s talk more about the next week episode.

The show is now three episodes deep into the fifth and final season, and the fourth episode is supposed to release next week. The fourth episode of Jane the Virgin is scheduled to premiere on 17 April 2019. The show is broadcasted on The CW channel at 9 PM every Wednesday. The next episode is titled ‘Chapter Eighty-Five.’

Also, the show can be streamed online using the CW app, which is the simplest and cost-effective way to watch any of the CW shows online. Moreover, there are several online streaming service providers such as Hulu, Roku, DirecTV Now where viewers can watch Jane the Virgin by streaming The CW channel at the discussed time. The following paragraph will have spoilers from the next episode.

We will see Jane trying to better understand the situation by understanding everyone’s perspective, which might confuse her further. Then, she will head to Petra in search of a clear vision, instead, Petra would be dependent on Jane for advice on JR. Also, Alba and Jorge’s relationship is supposed to continue being in trouble.