'Jane the Virgin' Stars Share Heartfelt Farewell Messages for Series Finale (PHOTOS)

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Gina Rodriguez and the cast of The CW's Jane the Virgin bid farewell to the comedy series on Instagram following the finale.

Stars Andrea Navedo, Yael Grobglas, Justin Baldoni, and Yara Martinez each commented on Jane the Virgin ending, while paying homage to the series.

Jane the Virgin, from creator Jennie Snyder Urman, follows the title character portrayed by Rodriguez, discovering that she was accidentally and artificially made pregnant. The series first premiered on The CW in October 2014.

"Five years. Five years of love, laughter, growth, pain, surprises, deaths, new births and a [expletive] ton of memories," Rodriguez said, alongside a photo of herself sitting down on the ground while wearing a dress.

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We're breaking down all of the moments from the emotional episode.

"Thank you to Jennie for making me your Jane and to the incredible cast for becoming my family. I will always love you Jane," she continued.

 

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Jane the Virgin. Wow. We started shooting the first season of Jane in July 2014. A few days into shooting I turned 30 on set. Yesterday I turned 35. And today is the very last episodes, 99 and 100 airing of Jane The Virgin. Five years. Five years of love, laughter, growth, pain, surprises, deaths, new births and a shit ton of memories. To my warriors who have supported me from day one, Thank you. I am able to live out my dream career because of you and I will never stop making art to bring Joy and Laughter into your home/train ride/plane ride or classroom! Art is my savior. Art is what makes me feel like I can fly. Thank you to Jennie for making me your Jane and to the incredible cast for becoming my family. I will always love you Jane. Hope you tune in tonight and enjoy our goodbye! 📸 by my mentor and one of the best in the biz @bradsilberling

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"All good things come to an end," Navedo, who portrays Jane's mother Xiomara said. The actress also posted a video of herself watching the finale.

 

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Watching the final episode of #janethevirgin now 😭😭😭

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"How was I lucky enough to get on a show where not only do I love what I'm working on but also love absolutely everyone I got to work with," Yael Groblas, who portrays Petra, said alongside photos of herself and the cast.

"This show moved me across the world. Made me an immigrant and gave me a new family all at the same time. I'm so happy we got to end on our terms unlike most shows and wrap things up at our own time but I'm still incredibly overwhelmed by this chapter ending," she continued.

 

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Five years. Jesus. How the hell did this happen. How was I lucky enough to get on a show where not only do I love what I’m working on but also love absolutely everyone I got to work with. Cast, crew, writers, producers, Jennie just everyone across the board are kind and wonderful. This show moved me across the world. Made me an immigrant and gave me a new family all at the same time. I’m so happy we got to end on our own terms unlike most shows and wrap things up at our own time but I’m still incredibly overwhelmed by this chapter ending. So people are asking me how I feel.. I don’t know. Probably mostly like in the last picture (taken right after I wrapped the last day). #goodbyejane #janeseriesfinale #janethevirgin

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"It's rare to get a chance to be a part of something that's beautiful," Baldoni, who portrays Rafael, said in a video about the finale.

 

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Yep. 😭😭😭 #janethevirgin

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"So much gratitude. What a journey this has been. What a family we have become. What a blessing," he said in a second post alongside a photo of himself next to Rodriguez, Groblas, and Jaime Camil.

"Many hugs, tears and tongues on our last day. Hearts wide open," Martinez, who portrays Rafael's sister, Luisa, said alongside photos of the cast and crew from the last day of filming.

 

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Many hugs, tears and tongues on our last day. Hearts wide open. #janethevirgin

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By Wade Sheridan

Originally published in UPI Entertainment News.