Well. There we go. Just like that, it’s all over. The end of an era. A strange, frustrating era, in which I for some reason committed to reviewing a show that’s mildly amusing at best and downright offensive at worst. An era in which I found out what it wasRead More →

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It’s the last regular episode of season three of Shadowhunters, and now all that’s left is the 2 ½ hour finale. This episode was underwhelming and cringe-worthy in a lot of ways, as Shadowhunters episodes usually are, but it had its good moments too. I can’t say I’ll be particularlyRead More →

It’s the second-to-last episode of the season, I am still so confused about so many things, and I have no idea how this show is going to wrap things up in one episode. Let’s discuss season three episode nineteen, Aku Cinta Kamu. HEARTBREAK Source Unsurprisingly, the episode opens with MagnusRead More →

It’s mid April and only a few weeks before the series finale, which apparently makes it the perfect time for a special Halloween episode. Gotta love Shadowhunters logic. Endarkened, maybe? Source After last episode’s successful mission to retrieve the Heavenly Fire, our characters get to work finding a way toRead More →

Shadowhunters seems to be making up for all those pointless filler episodes at the start of the season by cramming lots of stuff into this one. I enjoyed a lot of it, and it made me feel things at times, and generally there was a lot to talk about, whichRead More →

We’re more than halfway through the final half season of Shadowhunters and finally, finally, the main plot seems to be going somewhere. Is it going where I want it to? I’m not sure. Big changes are being made, seemingly just for the sake of making changes. I’m still not impressed with theRead More →

Another week, another Shadowhunters episode with little to no direction or connection to the overall arc of the season. Did anything really happen in this episode? Not really. Could you have skipped it without missing anything? Probably. Did I expect anything else? Absolutely not. Why is Heidi here again? Once again,Read More →

You’d think that at some point I’d stop being surprised by Shadowhunters. I’m not even sure I’m surprised right now. I’m disappointed, yes. I had hoped this show would take a different direction with the various storylines it has introduced this season. Did I really think it would, though? NotRead More →

Shadowhunters only has a few episodes to wrap up the entire series, and in typical Shadowhunters it is breezing through the last few books while attempting to answer all the questions they’ve left unanswered. Couples are getting together, convenient plot holes are appearing left and right, and a storyline I thoughtRead More →

After almost a year off, Shadowhunters is back with the second half of its third and final season, and it’s as fun, as confusing, and as busy as always. This midseason premiere was… an episode of Shadowhunters, and I didn’t love it, but I didn’t hate it either. It wasRead More →

It’s almost that time of year again. After a very long hiatus, Shadowhunters returns for its final season on February 25th. Freeform has just released the very first trailer for the new half-season. As expected, it’s… a bit of a mess. The final episodes of #Shadowhunters begin Monday, February 25 onRead More →

One more week, Blindspot surprises us with an episode full of clues for what awaits us in the future. “My art project” is a cocktail of action, humor and tension. Things move on all fronts, placing the pieces of the puzzle right where they should be before it all explodes.Read More →

So long, Shadowhunters. I’d say I’m going to miss you, but, well, I’m not sure I will. Freeform announced today that Shadowhunters, a very loose adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s bestselling Mortal Instruments series, would end after the upcoming second half of its third season. Join us for the final hunt. #Shadowhunters returns in SpringRead More →

These last few episodes of Shadowhunters season 3 have been underwhelming, but I didn’t hate A Walk in Darkness. On the contrary, I actually thought it one was done pretty well. It made me feel things, and in this case I’m not talking about confusion, frustration or anger. There was some of that,Read More →