The CW's Jane The Virgin, the romantic comedy-drama which lasted five seasons, gave audiences a mixture of whirlwind romance with comedic soap opera twists that involved evil twins, criminal masterminds, and faked deaths.

But it didn't do just that, it is also known for openly tackling many important topics around grief, religion, immigration, and motherhood.

When Jane Gloriana Villanueva, played by Gina Rodriguez, was 23 years old, she was accidentally artificially inseminated with the sperm of Rafael Solano.

This causes the religious Jane to get pregnant, even though she is a virgin and was saving herself for marriage.

She decides to keep the baby, which causes much strife with her fiance at the time, Michael Cordero, and eventually gives birth to her son, Mateo.

Jane is by no means the perfect mother. She struggles with balancing her career, friendships, and love life while taking care of her son.

However, that is where the show shines, because it presents a realistic picture of what it is like to be a young single mother who tries her best every day to give her child the love and support they need.

Jane joins other famous TV moms, such as Grey's Anatomy's Meredith Grey, who balances being a single parent with her high-pressure job.