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‘Shadowhunters’: Extended Synopsis for Episode 1×03: ‘Dead Man’s Party’

SHADOWHUNTERS - "Dead Man's Party" - Clary, Jace, Alec and Isabelle must hatch a rescue plan that takes them into the heart of a vampire lair in “Dead Man’s Party,” an all-new episode of “Shadowhunters,” airing Tuesday, January 26th at 9:00 – 10:00 p.m., EST/PST on Freeform, the new name for ABC Family. ABC Family is becoming Freeform on January 12, 2016. (ABC Family/John Medland) KAITLYN LEEB, ALBERTO ROSENDE

SHADOWHUNTERS - "Dead Man's Party" - Clary, Jace, Alec and Isabelle must hatch a rescue plan that takes them into the heart of a vampire lair in “Dead Man’s Party,” an all-new episode of “Shadowhunters,” airing Tuesday, January 26th at 9:00 – 10:00 p.m., EST/PST on Freeform, the new name for ABC Family. ABC Family is becoming Freeform on January 12, 2016. (ABC Family/John Medland) KAITLYN LEEB, ALBERTO ROSENDE

Freeform has unveiled an extended synopsis for episode 1×03 of Shadowhunters titled “Dead Man’s Party,” which airs Tuesday, Jan. 26. The new logline features some new details about the episode.

Episode 1×03, “Dead Man’s Party”

With Simon being held captive at The Hotel DuMort, Clary pleads with Jace, Alec and Isabelle to help her rescue her best friend. As the team readies for the mission, Jace helps Clary learn more about her Shadowhunter powers, Isabelle turns to her favorite Seelie for Intel, and Alec begins to question Jace’s motives and his place in their partnership.

Meanwhile, a very scared Simon gets very up close and personal with Camille, the leader of the vampire clan.

The network released a ton of promotional photos from the episode, which you can view here.

Shadowhunters premieres Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 9/8c on Freeform.

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6 Comments on ‘Shadowhunters’: Extended Synopsis for Episode 1×03: ‘Dead Man’s Party’

  1. “Intel”? “Her favorite Seelie?” “Simon gets up close and personal with Camille?” Sounds like Camille makes Simon a vamp not Raphael. Also why make Simon a vampire or involved with vampires this early? Why is Clary pleading for help when in the books she just goes and DOES it, no begging required?

    My enthusiasm for this drops with every piece of news that shows how unfaithful they are being to the spirit of these books.

    • Don’t judge it too soon. The Vampire Diaries and Pretty Little Liars, two successful tv shows didn’t follow page from page the books. They added a few twists, but they were close. Isn’t that what matter? Give it a chance before rejecting the show, you might be surprised.

      • Actually the Vampire Diaries show isn’t close at all to the books. They didn’t just add twists- the show is practically unrecognizable from the books. Which is fine by me cuz the books kind of sucked. And Pretty Little Liars is VERY different from the the source material as well, though not as fundamentally as the former.

      • Kimartoria // January 13, 2016 at 12:59 PM //

        All The vampire diares tv show has in common with the books is the names of the characters, I have never watch an adaptation that has less in common with the book, but I like it though, the books are not really good. With Shadowhunters is different, the boooks are awesome and this tv show may not be really loyal to the book but I think it follows more less the same story, just things happens in a different way, but I like it too, it ok, that way we (the ppl who has read the book) have a new story and suprises

  2. Shadowhunter. Definitely // January 5, 2016 at 9:28 PM // Reply

    That’s Camille?!?! What?!?! Camille doesn’t appear until City of Fallen Angels in the book!!! 😦
    And she has blonde hair….

    • As long as they get the personalities right, the appearances don’t matter. Just take a look at The Vampire Diaries and Pretty Little Liars, two successful TV shows. In TVD, Elena was supposed to be a blonde and Caroline a redhead, but both Nina and Candice did an amazing job with the characters they played despite their appearances. In PLL, none of the actresses look nothing like the girls in the books, Spencer was a blonde, Emily a redhead, and Aria tall with blue eyes, but the actresses were spot on the personalities. So really appearances are not a factor, it is how close they stick true to the characters. Give it a chance before judging too quickly.

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