On Season 1, she was recurring with storylines more focused on leads Diane Kruger and Demián Bichir, but she’s been upped to a series regular for Season 2, which means we’ll get to see more of her personal and professional lives, both of which are a little strained when she tries to be successful at finding a balance.“You’ll see where she’s trying to make sacrifices because she wants a career,” Emily said during an interview at TCA’s FX day.
“It’s almost heroic in a sense at the end of the season when you see what she’s able to do.
“But it just took a year for ‘Hey it’s not a phase, this is really happening.’ And then they get comfortable with it.
So it was a little bit more extreme, but the Mexicans are very family-oriented.
It’s all about the love so they’re very supportive.
And pays for it with her mother saying "It seems there is no end to the ways in which you disappoint me." Jasmine's relationship with her mother, Valentina, is very strained, and it is clear that Jasmine is hurt by this.
Throughout Season 1, Jasmine learns from Chloe's relationship with Meredith, that the way she is treated by her Mom is not normal for a Mother/Daughter relationship.