CW to Premiere Venezuelan Drama About a Religious Girl Who Gets ‘Accidentally Inseminated’

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The crave for Latin American dramas is about to reach new heights, as CW on October will debut an English-language adaptation of Juana la Virgen, a Venezuelan novela about a “very religious girl” who ends up being artificially inseminated… accidentally, of course.

The adaptation, which was first reported by Deadline.com, has some powerful backers, including Ben Silverman, the guy behind Ugly Betty and Jennie Snyder Urman, creator of Emily Owens, MD.

I’m not sure how the story will play down in English, but at least in Spanish -and judging from the following episode- Juana’s “virginity” doesn’t seem to hold much water.

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One Response to CW to Premiere Venezuelan Drama About a Religious Girl Who Gets ‘Accidentally Inseminated’

  1. The Guy that made a whore of this girl was just accidentally shot by her Daddy.

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