Golden Globe Award-winning comedy series "Jane the Virgin" has long been highly acclaimed not only for the series' storytelling but also for tackling current issues. In The CW adaptation of the original Venezuelan telenovela, Gina Rodriguez plays Jane Villanueva, the accidentally inseminated Virgin, shattering her dreams of marrying her love, Michael (Brett Dier). Throughout its storytelling, the series has tackled issues that are currently relevant to the Latino community.

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Immigration was tackled in the show in a variety of ways. First, Jane's grandmother Alba spoke about being undocumented, but throughout the three seasons of the show, Alba eventually became a green card holder in the U.S., an accomplishment she was truly proud of.

Most recently, the show again tackled issues of immigration once more when Alba's lover, was also revealed to be undocumented. Series creator Jennie Snyder Urman revealed earlier this year that the show will continue to tackle such issues that are relevant to communities such as those portrayed in the series.

Immigration issues remain to be important to the series' cast and crew

Back in April, "Jane the Virgin" creator Jennie Snyder Urman shared to Indie Wire that "We feel a responsibility to react to this presidency." They'll write it into the story of the series, wherein Jane's son Mateo will question "why people don’t want Abuela in this country."

It's a politically charged and highly relevant topic today, especially now that President Donald Trump is in the position to abolish the DACA or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which protects undocumented minors who were brought to the U.S.

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from deportation. Seeing that immigration is a topic close to both Urman and star Gina Rodriguez, it's not surprising to find out that Rodriguez is developing two immigration series for CBS.

Gina Rodriguez signs a deal to produce two series

Deadline reported that "Jane the Virgin" star Gina Rodriguez has signed with CBS to develop "Illegal" and "Have Mercy" through her I Can & I Will Productions company. The actress is set to produce both shows. "Illegal" will follow a teen who discovers that he and his family are undocumented.

Deadline reported that "Illegal" is written by "Jane the Virgin" writer Rafael Agustin and is based on his real-life experiences. "Have Mercy" is a medical drama based on a German show titled "Dr. Illegal," which followed a Latina doctor who immigrated to Miami and became a nurse assistant.

As for her acting duties, Rodriguez is set to return to "Jane the Virgin," with its fourth season premiering on October 13, Friday at 9 p.m. on The CW.