UPDATE: On Tuesday, all nine episodes were reported to have been made available, but a representative for Hulu contacted HuffPost Entertainment to say that only five are available at the moment.
EARLIER: When newcomer Gina Rodriguez snagged the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Series on Sunday night, viewers across the nation likely took to the Internet to try to catch up on her work on "Jane the Virgin." While at the time this may have proved a little difficult, all nine episodes of the freshman CW show have now been added to Hulu.
As a primer: "Jane the Virgin," loosely based on a classic telenovela "Juana la virgen," follows Rodriguez's Jane as a 23-year-old virgin who gets accidentally artificially inseminated. When it turns out the married father of said child, Rafael Solano, is someone with whom Jane had previously sparked romantically, life begins to get even more complicated.
But while the premise sounds outlandish, the show succeeds due to its grounding in the emotional reality of its characters. Since debuting in October, "Jane the Virgin" has received widespread acclaim, with critics' praising its excellent cast and unique, expertly-crafted tone. Buzz has only grown since its surprising Golden Globes nods -- besides Rodriguez's nomination, the series also was also up for the Best Musical or Comedy Series -- and Rodriguez's ultimate win was a historic first Golden Globe for the CW network.
So, are you itching to start watching ASAP? We're not surprised. Catch you in the Hulu-viewing Internet waves!
"Jane the Virgin" airs Monday at 9:00 p.m. ET on the CW.
This post has been updated to reflect amount of episodes available on Hulu.