In addition to the two other series she is developing (at the CW and CBS, respectively) Gina Rodriguez continues her work behind the camera by signing on to executive produce a new series titled Femme.
As the Tardigrade Administration tries to wrestle rights away from undocumented immigrants, Gina Rodriguez is developing two immigrant-focused dramas at a fitting time.
Instead of leaving you with a wretched image of some asshole with access to at least five T-shirts and a daddy who’s president, I’ve opted for some far more exciting and fun news: Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez will live out every adventurous child’s dream of being Carmen Sandiego, or at least her voice, in…
After a long two years, hella drama, and one miracle baby, Jane Villanueva (Gina Rodriguez) has finally cashed in her V-Card. On Monday night’s episode, she and finally-recovered yet somewhat mushy husband Michael consummated their relationship. And in a stroke of realism, it... wasn’t that great for her.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Gina Rodriguez gushes, Kim Kardashian wants attention and models are in Paris.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Gina Rodriguez seems happy, Jenna Fischer is still gunning for a reunion and Kanye West takes a cue from his wife.
Gina Rodriguez is about to star in her first big Hollywood blockbuster—as the real-life Andrea Fleytas in Deepwater Horizon, alongside Mark Wahlberg—and she’s ever the stunner on Latina’s October issue, striking with a half-shaved head and steely eyes. It’s the cover image that’s the best, though:
In today’s Tweet Beat, Wiz Khalifa still enjoys weed, Justin Long tries a new look and Gina Rodriguez is a centerfold.
During an Emmy panel hosted by Deadline, Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez and showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman discussed what will happen once Jane Villanueva finally tosses out that crumpled white flower that Abuela Alba gave her and gets down and dirty with one of her many suitors.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Kevin Hart does it for the culture, Gina Rodriguez says thanks and Kendall loves Gigi.
Tonight, NBC officially debuts two new shows marking the return of two beloved Latina actors—Eva Longoria and America Ferrera—to primetime network television. And, surprise! On first glance, both Telenovela and Superstore are somewhat zany comedies with heart and soul that show off the best of each actor’s comedic…
Rita Moreno was one of the first prominent Puerto Ricans in Hollywood—one of the first , period—and remains a source of inspiration as one of Hollywood’s most talented. The first boricua to EGOT—Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony, though no doubt Lin-Manuel Miranda’s up for that next—Moreno’s first iconic role was Anita in the…
In today’s Tweet Beat, I want to be in Gina Rodriguez and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s friend sandwich so bad, Shia LaBeouf is on a roll and what is Mia Farrow talking about?
The food gluttony, couch unity and familial harmony (ha) that often comprises Thanksgiving Day looks so much more attractive when highly stylized by famous rich people and, presumably, their design directors.
There are plenty of ways to hack your Chipotle experience. You could order a veggie burrito to get free guacamole, ask for free tortillas or taco shells on the side if you order a bowl, or get the infamous quesarito and make everyone behind you mad. But all of those are stomach-related tricks, and will do nothing to…
On Tuesday, Deadline Hollywood's Nellie Andreeva dissected the swell of actors of color in television's casting rooms and leading roles, writing that minorities might be snatching too many jobs. I mean, what are the white actors supposed to do in this kind of climate?
Gina Rodriguez, Jane the Virgin star and wonderful human being, recently spoke about the pressures she faces in Hollywood.
Everyone wants a piece of that Empire success, so expect the show to be name-dropped in every TV-related interview. Jane the Virgin actress Gina Rodriguez referenced the popular series while calling for more Latino representation at a PaleyFest panel on Sunday.
Jane the Virgin has quickly become one of the most beloved new shows on television in its first season, both for its deeply enjoyable telenovela narration style, and the way Gina Rodriguez's Jane contains multitudes. But on last night's episode, Jane the Virgin had a frank, very real, very emotional discussion about…
Someone find Lee Daniels, Kenya Barris, Shonda Rhimes and Jennie Snyder Urman and hug them: their television successes with Empire, Black-ish, How to Get Away with Murder and Jane the Virgin are opening doors for other diverse shows. Give thanks!