Shadowhunters (2016–2019)
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Clary, Alec and Simon head off to Clary's apartment to search for clues about the disappearance of Jocelyn and the Mortal Cup.


Kelly Makin


Cassandra Clare (based on the book series "The Mortal Instruments" by), Ed Decter (developed for television by) | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview:
Katherine McNamara ... Clary Fray
Dominic Sherwood ... Jace Wayland
Alberto Rosende ... Simon Lewis
Matthew Daddario ... Alec Lightwood
Emeraude Toubia ... Isabelle Lightwood
Isaiah Mustafa ... Luke Garroway
Harry Shum Jr. ... Magnus Bane
Alan Van Sprang ... Valentine Morgenstern
Jade Hassouné ... Meliorn
Nicola Correia-Damude ... Maryse Lightwood (as Nicolá Correia-Damude)
Ari Cohen ... Theo
Joel Labelle ... Alaric Rodriguez
Jordan Hudyma ... Samuel Blackwell
Christian Bako ... Russian Man


Tensions escalate between Alec and Clary as they don't see eye to eye on the best way to hunt down Valentine. But when Jace and Isabelle are sent on an intel mission to the Seelies by Maryse Lightwood, Alec is put in charge of keeping Clary safe, much to both of their chagrin. With his hard-as-nails mother back in town and Clary's rule-breaking tendencies, Alec finds himself struggling to stick to the Claves rules while keeping his promise to Jace. Meanwhile, the New York City Werewolf pack begins their hunt for Clary and The Mortal Cup. Written by Mijke

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Release Date:

9 February 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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The show is starting to go in a right direction
15 February 2016 | by barbagvidoSee all my reviews

This is definitely the best episode yet. Writing is improved a lot and now you can really feel the chemistry between characters. In this episode, they took one very small part near the end of the first book and expanded it in the most entertaining and intense episode yet. And funniest too.

Maybe it still does lack gothicness and Jace's sarcasm, but I'm starting to appreciate this show for what it is. I still hope for more Gothic stuff, but there is plenty of time to do that anyway. Effects can still get better, but for now, for a TV show, I think they are decent. And Luke is so awesome in this episode and it's awesome to finally see him do something. And also, this episode ends with a big cliffhanger that will make you want to see the next one right away. For those who don't know if they will continue or start watching it and didn't like the first few episodes, trust me, this will make you optimistic.

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