Katherine McNamara

Shadowhunters – The Guilty Blood

by Alan Rapp on January 3, 2017

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Shadowhunters - The Guilty Blood TV review

Given the fallout from last year’s cliffhanger, Shadowhunters spends most of its season premiere resetting the world now that Jace (Dominic Sherwood) is in the clutches of Valentine (Alan Van Sprang) and the new head of the Institute (Nick Sagar) has branded the missing Shadowhunter a traitor – although his true allegiance is still very much in doubt. His mother attempting to kill him in the final scene, however, isn’t likely to entice him to return to the Clave any time soon. Although the truth about his birth from his father gives Jace just as many reasons to run screaming from his father.

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Shadowhunters – Morning Star

by Alan Rapp on April 7, 2016

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Shadowhunters - Morning Star

The First Season of Shadowhunters comes to a close with a finale that wraps up several themes of the show’s first year while laying the foundation for next season. As Jace (Dominic Sherwood) struggles with the truth about his parentage, and not nearly enough about how just a few episodes he was macking on his sister, Clary (Katherine McNamara) and the other Shadowhunters discover Hodge (Jon Cor) has stolen the Mortal Cup with plans to deliver it to Valentine (Alan Van Sprang) and double their efforts not only to find Hodge but also go to whatever lengths necessary to free Clary’s mother from her slumber so they might have a chance against Valentine.

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  • Title: Shadowhunters – Rise Up
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Shadowhunters - The World Inverted

“The World Inverted” is a odd episode. The logic goes something like this, to find Valentine (Alan Van Sprang) our intrepid heroes Clary (Katherine McNamara) and Jace (Dominic Sherwood) will travel to a idyllic parallel dimension to find a portal and return back home in the spot they wish (Valentine’s fortress). Of course it only partially works. First, the longer Clary stays in other dimension the more tempted she becomes to stay (and why wouldn’t she, it’s perfect?). And second, Alec‘s (Matthew Daddario) anger over the missing cup causes him to take drastic action which nearly gets Jace killed.

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Shadowhunters – Rise Up

by Alan Rapp on March 10, 2016

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Shadowhunters - Rise Up

Several characters choose new paths in “Rise Up” including Simon (Alberto Rosende) who struggles with his new life as a vampire and several of the Shadowhunters who will have to make hard choices given the shifting balance of power within the Institute. Believing it to be the best option to restore his family’s honor, and continue to hide his sexuality, Alec (Matthew Daddario) announces his engagement to Lydia (Stephanie Bennett) to shocked friends and family. His sister, however, chooses a different path after Lydia has Meliorn (Jade Hassouné) jailed and tortured on orders from the Clave as Isabelle (Emeraude Toubia) decides to side with Clary (Katherine McNamara) and Jace (Dominic Sherwood) over her family.

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Katherine McNamara - Seventeen (March 2016)

Following her appearance in Seventeen Latin last fall, Shadowhunters star Katherine McNamara is part of another photo shoot for the March issue of Seventeen. You can find pics from both photo shoots inside.

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