The second season of Shadowhunters concludes with a killer finale.
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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".
Tensions rise between Shadowhunters and Downworlders, but will everyone be able to kiss and make up?
Freaky Friday: Shadowhunters Edition.
Shadowhunters is finally back! (And better late than never, so are these recaps!)
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.
Welcome back to Parental Drama: The Show with occasional demon-fighting.
In which we discover what Cas has in common with a meteor and that Hell gets a pretty sweet cable package.
Charlie’s back and ready to hunt!
Supernatural finally goes YA
He’s a cop, but also a witch.
In which a clay man fights Nazis and the boys get their very own Batcave
In which the boys LARP with Felicia Day and meet yet another relative through the magic of time travel.
Sam loves Amelia, Dean loves Benny. Can the Winchesters find happiness apart?
In which Cas returns to Earth and Dean brings a gun to a gag fight.
In which Sam meets Benny and Garth’s new favorite word is “idjit.”
In which Sam and Dean take a break from hunting to enjoy a student film. No, really.
In which the boys finally get the mother figure they deserve!
The Winchesters face their biggest foe yet.
Sam is SUCH a Gryffindor
In which Castiel returns, and the boys gets hammered in the name of fighting evil.
In which we discover Dean’s love of ballet
In which Sam faces his worst, red-nosed nightmare
In which Jason Dorhing guest stars as a monster (that isn't Logan Echolls)
In Supernatural, burger eat you
In which Sam marries Becky with the good hair
The boys meet Spike and Cordelia!
In which Dean is put on supernatural trial and Sam busts out his very best Alicia Florrick.
In which Cas is God, Sam is crazy, and Dean just wants to drink whiskey.
Let it bleed! Can’t stab it anymoooore.
The season finale sees two halves of a family reunited (for better or way, way worse).
No angel, it’s a BAD ANGEL!
Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to SQUEEEEEE.
In which Dean and Sam travel to Ye Olde West and Castiel makes a bargain with Fate that results in another Billy Zane movie
Law & Order: Shadowhunters Unit.
Sam and Dean? Meet Jared and Jensen!
Imagine an alternate dimension where this show is consistently decent!
A very real threat for our heroes and, coincidentally, the name of Amanda K’s hardcore fem-punk band.
The only thing rising up is the tediousness of the current storylines.
For a fastidious entity, he sure can eat like Dean
This episode is brought to you by the best forensic pathologist in New York and ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.
The truth is in there...
Take-Charge Clary + Petulant Jace = BEST.
Sam’s got no soul. Someone put on some James Brown, stat!
In which there are families, flashbacks, and flirtations.
If Dean is Edward, does that make Sam Bella?
Now with werewolves! (Jorts optional.)
Three cheers for Balthazar!
Magnus Bane finally returns! NEVER LEAVE US AGAIN, MAGNUS.
In which Dean plays daddy and Sam isn’t the only one back from the dead.
"The mundane world is all into vampires."
Oh, yes -- this show needs a drinking game.
In which our delightfully tall hero's soul is saved by The Glorious and Faithful Impala, and Dean Winchester learns to let go.
Our hero’s ready to say “I do.”
At the very least, it's looking pretty bloody.
In which Sam gets body-swapped with a teenage fry cook
For Ellen and Jo, at least.
The Trickster’s back and tricksier than ever.
In which Sam fights Gandhi
Where the angels are stoned and the dead girlfriends judgmental
In which the fandom gets its very own representative character. She is absolutely named Becky.
In which Dean sheds a single, manly tear and Sam accidentally frees Lucifer.
And apparently, so does Cas.
If fandom gazes long enough into the show, the show will gaze back into fandom.
In which the Winchesters fall in love with Hoyt Fortenberry
In which the Winchesters pick up a few (magic) tricks.
Pamela returns and brightens everyone's day.
In which the Winchesters battle a Pretty Little Liar
In which the Winchesters get up to wacky hijinks during Oktoberfest
In which Dean travels to 1973 and we learn Mama Winchester was the original badass.
And he's got a brand new bestie. Sorry, Sam.
It may not be the first time, but it’s certainly the most dramatic.
A web-series spin-off is born.
Dean gets shot! Like, a lot.
What with how they’re always spewing their body fluids everywhere.
In which the boys spend the holidays as a family, exchanging gifts, drinking nog and killing a god or two.
There lived two handsome princes who defeated evildoers using only their brotherly courage, and also, sawed-off shotguns sometimes.
In which Dean makes a demonic pal and Sam wins hearts through pratfalls
In which Sam gets mocked by Pride and Dean makes out with Lust.
Quick, someone bake a cake with a file-filling!
In which Dean becomes a PA and Sam dates a werewolf.
Trickster! Trickster! Trickster!