'Teen Wolf' Star Tyler Posey Joins 'Jane the Virgin' Cast
19 April, 2017, 02:24 | Author: Van Morton
The series' final episodes will begin airing later this summer.
Jane's life is set to take a dramatic turn as Teen Wolf heartthrob Tyler Posey too joins the cast in an integral role. Might Posey be playing a potential love interest for Jane?
If you've never seen Jane The Virgin before, here's the low down: Jane Villanueva, religious and traditional family girl, is accidentally artificially inseminated during a routine check up.
The Teen Wolf star will be guest starring on an upcoming episode of the hit CW show, according to Variety. However, it is unclear if Tyler Posey's character's story will have him appear in more than five episodes.
Posey will debut in "Jane The Virgin" season 3 finale. The actor of Teen Wolf could camp a role very expected, that of the first love of the heroine of the show of the CW! One was Rafael (Justin Baldoni) and the other was the late Michael (Brett Dier). Since Rafael (Justin Baldoni) is now wrapped up in his feelings for Petra (Yael Grobglas), a new guy - even if he's from the past - could be a potential romantic interest for Jane.
As for the first however, the narrator said, "The first was". When the show finally returns in April, fans can expect new cast and a brand new romance. He will make his first appearance in the May 22 Season 3 finale and is slated to return for the already-ordered Season 4.
Tyler Posey is trading in the supernatural world of Beacon Hills for the sunny skies and lovely beaches of Miami!
It seems like AGES since we last saw Tyler Posey tearing up the small screen as Scott McCall on Teen Wolf.
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