Which show will you miss the most: 'Jane the Virgin' or 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'?
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Which show will you miss the most: 'Jane the Virgin' or 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'?

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The CW's "Jane the Virgin" and "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" are coming to an end. Gina Rodriguez broke barriers playing the titular character on "Jane the Virgin." Some critics say because of the show's dramatic twists and balanced humor, "Jane the Virgin" is the only good show leaving the network. Critics also argue season three of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" was a gift and has morphed into something extraordinary. Which show will you miss the most?

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Deadline recently delivered the news of the series' fate.

It’s official. The CW’s comedies Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will end after their upcoming fifth and fourth seasons, respectively. Additionally, the network revealed this season that the upcoming fifth season of comedic drama iZombie also will be its last, making for string of farewells on the CW next season. It will start with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which is on the fall schedule, and continue in midseason with Jane the Virgin and iZombie.

Fans are definitely sad to see these shows go, but which one is your favorite? 

"Jane the Virgin" follows a young christian and virginal Latinx woman who gets pregnant after mistakenly being artificially inseminated. Did we mention she was a virgin? Oop! The show has garnered acclaim for its comedic take on the telenovela genre.

"Jane the Virgin" broke barriers on The CW. Rodriguez won a Golden Globe in the Best Actress—Television Series Musical or Comedy category for her portrayal of Jane Villanueva. It was the first-ever Globe for the network.

In case you haven't seen it, "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" follows a woman who moves from a fabulous apartment and great job in New York City to California in order to find love. Yes, you read that correctly, she gave up a fabulous Manhattan apartment in search of "love." Kids these days!

Rachel Bloom of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" told Variety she knew the end was near. 

“We’ve been saying for a long time that we’re writing to the end — that it’s a four season show,” Bloom tells Variety. “We’ve kind of known that point from the moment we pitched the show what we want to say in the end, regardless of what actually happens specifically to Rebecca.”
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