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The second season of Shadowhunters concludes with a killer finale.
The action heats up in the season's penultimate episode. And there were a lot of fight scenes, too.
The show giveth, and the show taketh.
In which Pretty Little Liars' legacy continues with a new Freeform murder cabin.
Friends don't let friends drink and drain.
WELPZ, time for a few relationship statuses to change to "It's Complicated".
And then there was [SPOILER]…
Before we dig into the finale, let's celebrate the show we really HAVE loved all these years!
"Lordy." - James Comey, and also us after watching this episode.
Tensions rise between Shadowhunters and Downworlders, but will everyone be able to kiss and make up?
Freaky Friday: Shadowhunters Edition.
Fairness is overrated; the truth is what counts.
Shadowhunters is finally back! (And better late than never, so are these recaps!)
Mona and literally anybody, sitting in a tree…
In which we are all grateful for the PLL-shaped distractions that break up our mornings of uninterrupted panic.
Introducing Troian Bellisario in her directorial debut, and introducing Troian Bellisario in her Secret Evil Twin debut
The show may be Locked, but it certainly isn't loaded.
In honor of Paige's birthday, let's make a wish that Jake will disappear from this show.
Oh, you thought this show was dark before? Hold on to your butts.
It's lights, camera, action on the first day of shooting Locked.
In which a wild Catie returns! Oh, also A.D. ups their game with the Liars
Stay in school, kids. Unless you get cast in a major Hollywood franchise and then WHY BOTHER?
In which women get blamed for literally everything white adult men get away with, yet again.
Paige discovers that she's not in Kansas anymore, and the yellow brick road is full of potholes.
And so the end begins
Ladies and gentlemen, Paige Townsen has arrived.
It's the midseason finale, in which secrets -- and blood -- get spilled.
A Fairchild always pays her debts.
Ain't no party like a Magnus Bane party, 'cause a Magnus Bane party exposes all your insecurities and turns you against all your loved ones.
LOVE IS IN THE AIR. But also danger. Always danger.
Clary and Izzy meet the sword mavens of the Shadow World, and Malec's first date is finally here!
In which our intrepid Shadowhunters learn that magic and mourning don't mix.
Well, that was unexpected.
O brother, where art thou?
"You jump, I jump, Jace." - Clary, probably.
Comas apparently do a body good.
In which we play marry/bang/kill with some of the new shows premiering this winter and spring.
Welcome back to Parental Drama: The Show with occasional demon-fighting.
Which TV shows are still worthy of being on the small screen, and which are past their prime?
Let's just hug this one out.
The Liars find video evidence that incriminates Noel, but when they hesitate to turn him in, A.D. gets the upperhand. Meanwhile, Action Hanna goes lone wolf.
In this week's episode, Grunwald and Paige make returns, but unfortunately, the plot does not.
This week, Jason DiLaurentis graces us with a comeback, and we say goodbye forever to Toby.
As the Rosewood PD gets closer to figuring out what happened to Elliott Rollins, someone gets closer to finishing off the Liars. But who?
The Liars' attempts to keep Elliott's death under wraps get increasingly harder as Rosewood fills up with old enemies.
After last week's vehicular manslaughter, the Liars would be up a creek if it weren't for their Lord and Savior Mona Vanderwaal.
This week, the Liars are determined to stop Elliott, while Elliott is determined to shut them up. Only one can win!
In which someone finally calls Ezra out for his *ahem* predatory nature. ::grabs popcorn::
The Scooby gang plus Queen Mona have twenty-four hours to #SaveHanna. Let the countdown begin.
A scientific examination of a fan-made video of the Magnus Bane/Alec Lightwood relationship. Because if there’s one thing good that came from Shadowhunters, it’s The Kiss.
The season finale sees two halves of a family reunited (for better or way, way worse).
We all knew this was coming…
Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to SQUEEEEEE.
Law & Order: Shadowhunters Unit.
Well, here we are.
Imagine an alternate dimension where this show is consistently decent!
The only thing rising up is the tediousness of the current storylines.
In which Alexis and Rosemary recap Ali's missing bite, and your Misandry Madness Sweet (Jesus) Sixteen Bracket is revealed!
This episode is brought to you by the best forensic pathologist in New York and ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.
If you are a woman and would like to make a decision for yourself, don’t move to Rosewood, PA.
You get a wedding! And you get a wedding! EVERYONE GETS A WEDDING!
Take-Charge Clary + Petulant Jace = BEST.
In which there are families, flashbacks, and flirtations.
Rosewood: Where even buildings have secrets.
Now with werewolves! (Jorts optional.)
You can't spell "conspiracy" without "con"
Magnus Bane finally returns! NEVER LEAVE US AGAIN, MAGNUS.
What we'd really prefer are New Cheese Fries
"The mundane world is all into vampires."
Mandy C. checks out the first episodes of The Magicians and Recovery Road. SPOILER ALERT: Grad-school age magicians are a rowdy bunch, and alcohol and teens who don’t know how to deal with trauma don’t mix.
At least there's wine now.
Oh, yes -- this show needs a drinking game.
Give us Brotherhood of the Ex-Boyfriends fishing episodes or give us death!
Neither magical nor mundane, Shadowhunters is just plain terrible.
Let's discuss the new shows premiering this winter and spring.