Jane the Virgin
Jane and Rafael have a chance with happily ever after in “Jane the Virgin” Season 4, which will return on Jan. 26, 2018. The CW

The midseason finale of “Jane the Virgin” Season 4 left fans with a pretty huge cliffhanger. For one thing, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) and Rafael (Justin Baldoni) seemed to be on the verge of getting back together, while Anezka (Yael Grobglas) is “Ned Stark dead.” But who killed her? Was it her twin sister, Petra (also Grobglas), or someone else?

Unfortunately for fans, they have to wait a couple of weeks before they get their answers. According to TV Guide, the show will make its return on Jan. 26, Friday.

For now, fans have to settle with TV Line’s interview with executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman. She said that Jane and Rafael getting back together is not definite, given the fact that she just got out of a relationship with Adam (Tyler Posey). And it wasn’t a long way back that Rafael fell back in love with his ex-wife, Petra, and toyed with the emotions of Katherine Cortes (Katherine Meneses).

“Whether it is or isn’t is going to be a question as we come back from our break. Jane has just cycled through this heartbreak with Adam. She had taken a step forward in her grieving over Michael, and she had allowed herself to fall in love again. Rafael sees a small window, and he decides to step into it and go with his heart,” said Urman. “We see that, in the past, there was a moment where he almost did it, but he didn’t. It felt like the right time for the series and for the two of them, where they still have so much to unpack and so much to get over. A lot of the hurt and the actions that were taken in the first half of the season are still there.”

Urman already said earlier that they have the ending of “Jane the Virgin” all figured out. So if Jane and Raf are truly the show’s endgame, fans will just have to “watch and see.”

Urman added to Deadline: “I will say there are some pretty romantic moments this season.”

“Jane the Virgin” Season 4 airs Fridays on The CW at 9 p.m. EST.