Jane the Virgin
1 Series, 3 Episodes
In the first episode of the US drama, Emily Thorne arrives in the Hamptons with a carefully organised plan to get revenge on those who wrecked her childhood
Emily sets her sights on her next target, Bill Harmon, a hedge fund manager and trusted family friend who testified in the trial that wrongly convicted her father
Emily makes it her mission to destroy the life of Senator Tom Kingsly, the ambitious district attorney who convicted her father despite knowing he was innocent.
Emily uses a charity fundraiser to get revenge on Dr Michelle Banks, the psychiatrist who was responsible for separating her from her father after his arrest
Lydia returns to the Hamptons to carry out her vendetta against Emily and the Graysons. Victoria suffers lingering guilt over her involvement in David's death.
Emily goes on the offensive against Frank, the Graysons' head of security, but he won't be defeated easily. The Graysons throw a lavish Independence Day party.
The Graysons' plans for a quiet wedding anniversary are shattered, and Frank delves into Emily's past in the hope of proving his loyalty to Victoria
An unwelcome visitor with questionable intentions arrives in the Hamptons. The potential return of Lydia's memory as she recovers provides the Graysons with some cause for concern.
When she finds out that Amanda has turned against her and refuses to leave, a desperate Emily reaches out to her mentor for advice
Emily questions Nolan's loyalty when she discovers the video of him with Tyler, but eventually she decides to use the information to her advantage
Emily plans an intimate celebration with family and friends for Daniel's birthday, but an unstable Tyler makes a nightmare of the event
Emily sets her sights on famous author Mason Treadwell, who has old connections with the Grayson family and made millions from a book about David Clarke that was based on lies
Daniel makes a romantic proposal to Emily that his mother isn't happy about. Conrad distances himself from Charlotte as a result of the revelations about her.
Conrad's father Edward (guest star William Devane) arrives in the Hamptons determined to minimise the damage to the family from Conrad and Victoria's divorce
Emily and Daniel's Fire and Ice-themed engagement party turns ugly when events take a violent and unexpected course, putting both friends and enemies in mortal danger
Daniel is under suspicion for the murder at the Fire and Ice party. Even the appointment of no-nonsense attorney Benjamin Brooks to represent him doesn't guarantee that things go smoothly.
Victoria stoops to a new low as she tries to get Daniel out of jail, while the unexpected return of her old flame Dominik provides an alluring but dangerous distraction from her turmoil
Daniel turns to the bottle for solace when he starts to distrust Emily and suspects that she and Jack are getting too close
Conrad's former secretary gives Emily some information about a sinister figure from the past, while the federal investigation into Grayson Global begins
In a flashback to 2002, Emily - still known as Amanda Clarke - stakes out the Graysons' home by working as a waitress at their New Year's Eve party
Tragedy strikes, and a shared grief brings Jack and Emily closer together. Victoria forms a new alliance that could have serious consequences for Conrad.
Emily is determined to complete her revenge, but she must deliberately put herself in the white-haired man's power to do so