DVD Release: Jane the Virgin: Season One

DVD Release Date: Sept. 29, 2015
Price: DVD $49.99
Studio: Warner

Just in time for the season two premiere on The CW, Warner releases the acclaimed comedy-drama TV series Jane The Virgin: The Complete First Season.

Based off of the Venezuelan tele-novela Juana La Virgen, the series stars Golden Globe Winner Gina Rodriguez (Go for It! Our Family Wedding), Andrea Navedo (Remember Me, Washington Heights), Yael Grobglas (Reign) and Justin Baldoni (Everwood, Spring Break Shark Attack).

Gina Rodriguez is Jane the Virgin

Gina Rodriguez is Jane the Virgin

Set in Miami, Jane The Virgin follows the surprising and unforeseen events that take place in the life of Jane Villanueva. Jane (Rodriguez) is a 23 year old hard-working, religious Latina woman, whose family tradition and vow to save her virginity until marriage to a longtime boyfriend and detective, is shattered when her doctor mistakenly artificially inseminates her during a checkup. And to make matters worse, the biological donor is a married man, a former playboy, and cancer survivor who is not only the new owner of the hotel where Jane works, but was also her former teenage crush.

The 5-disc DVD set includes all 22 hour-long episodes from the first season, plus the following new bonus features: 

  • Jane the Virgin: Immaculate Creation
    Go behind the scenes and get a peek into the creation of the show.
     Getting to Know the Cast of Jane the Virgin
    How well do the cast know each other? We’ll find out with this fun featurette as the co-stars get an opportunity to ask each other questions and guess each other’s answers.
    •      Gag Reel
    •      Deleted Scenes
Buy or Rent Jane the Virgin: The Complete First Season
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