Jane the Virgin returned with its season 3 premiere on Monday, and picked up right where season 2 shockingly and surprisingly ended — with Michael... - From Entertainment Weekly
Jane the Virgin returned with its season 3 premiere on Monday, and picked up right where season 2 shockingly and surprisingly ended — with Michael being shot on his wedding night by his partner Susanna, who is revealed to the audience and Luisa to be Rose in disguise.
Jane and her family have big decisions to make to save Michael, so clothes are really an afterthought, which says a lot about their somber state of mind.
She finds him on the floor with a bloody bullet wound in his chest; she cries out for help and checks to see if he’s breathing as the narrator says, “I should remind you that I did say that Michael would love Jane until his dying breath.” He’s alive and is soon rushed to the hospital, and a very upsetting and grave tone is set.
Jane and her family — that includes Xo, Rogelio, Alba, and mother-in-law Patricia (Molly Hagan) — have much bigger things to think about than what to wear when they head to the hospital.
It’s the night after she and Michael met and she tells him she’s sick, so he shows up with soup — just in time to see her, all dolled up in a pretty white dress with blue flowers, taking off in the car with Sam.