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Gina Rodriguez Set to Direct Episode 11 of ‘Charmed’ Reboot

Is this the crossover CW fans have been waiting for?

Gina Rodriguez, also known as the lead character of Jane the Virgin, is set to direct the 11th episode of the Charmed reboot, Variety has learned. Rodriguez has a history of directing, as she directed her show’s 10th episode of its fourth season.

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Jane the Virgin (Courtesy of The CW)

Jane the Virgin‘s showrunner Jennie Synder Urman is also the showrunner for the reboot. Also writing for Charmed is Jane the Virgin‘s Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin.

“I’m very excited about that opportunity and obviously very excited that I get to do it with three Latinas,” Rodriguez said. “It’s really f—ing awesome. It’s going to be really exciting to see what that journey is.”

In the meantime, you can watch Rodriguez behind the director’s chair again for Jane the Virgin’s fifth and final season in January 2019.

Excited for Rodriguez to direct an episode? Let us know in the comments below!

You can catch the Charmed premiere on Sunday, October 16 on The CW.

Source: Variety

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