If you've never seen an episode of Jane the Virgin, it might be easy to write the show off. Airing on the CW, it's an adaptation of a Venezuelan telenovela that tells the story of an optimistic, religious Latina living in Miami who — oops! — is accidentally artificially inseminated during a routine gynecological exam. But once you've swallowed the show's ridiculous premise, you're free to enjoy the things that make it truly great entertainment. Its charming cast of characters ranges from the down-to-earth and relatable, like Jane herself, to the wonderfully wacky, like her biological father Rogelio, a self-centered telenovela star. Its unique storytelling style uses onscreen text and voice-over narration unlike anything else on television. And most important, especially for Miami audiences, it's a respectful portrayal of Hispanic culture. "[Jane the Virgin] represents a culture that wants to see themselves as heroes," star Gina Rodriguez explained in her emotional Emmy Award acceptance speech. Beneath the show's over-the-top exterior lies a unique, exciting, and complex world packed with plenty of heart — like Miami itself.