That’s going to take her on a real journey and obviously, there’s big history there. And we have a villain rising in Luisa, whose heart is out for revenge.At the top of next season, Rafael’s lost all his money. So everybody is grappling with their circumstances more than their romances.“We’re taking seriously tortured men who only speak in, like, soft tones.” And since the show dabbles in fantasy, the showrunner has an idea for how they might address that double standard on screen: “I’d like to do some magical realism of a dark and gloomy anti-hero.” While they were on the topic of guilty pleasures, the cast owned up to some of theirs — and when Navedo pulled up a photo of former One Directioner Harry Styles on her phone, the conversation took a turn. Rodriguez praised his new single “Sign of the Times.” “I think that’s the one I like,” Dier piped up.While Urman wouldn’t say much about the season finale beyond confirming Dier’s appearance, she did tease that season 4 will see “Jane recapturing joy and having breakthroughs personally and professionally.” The showrunner also promised a big surprise for Ro and Xo.
Rodriguez says that ’s female-driven world is “where we’re headed,” and its commitment to putting the ladies in charge is one the writers don’t take lightly.(Fellow series regular Justin Baldoni was unable to attend due to his wife’s pregnancy; Dier joked, “He’s at the gym.”) The cast recalled an emotional table read for Michael’s final episode — Camil described it as “a lake of tears” — but also supported the showrunner’s decision to put Jane through this tragedy.Dier told EW before the panel that he was sad to leave the series but “excited for the show to do something so intense,” and he later echoed his costar’s praise for the devastating twist.Initially, the script painted the couple’s first liplock as more reluctant; Jane said she didn’t want the cop to kiss her, and he went in anyway.Urman recalls, “It was when Trump was like…” Rodriguez cuts in: “Grabbing things?