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On the Final Two Episodes of Shadowhunters Season 1

With the final four episodes of Shadowhunters season 1 quickly approaching, time is running out for our Shadowhunters to stop Valentine. Once and for all. Will they prevail? Will they be able to stop Valentine from making more Forsaken and ruining the Accords? Or will Valentine finally get his hands on the Mortal Cup? There’s only one way to find out. Watch Shadowhunters, Tuesdays at 9pm/8c on Freeform.

Full synopsis and photos for episodes 12 and 13 are below.

On Episode 1.12 “Malec” airing 3/29/2016:

The Institute is in full swing as everyone is preparing for the wedding of Alec and Lydia. Lydia is getting final touches made on her wedding dress, the wedding decorations are set and Isabelle is trying to figure out a way to throw a traditional, mundane bachelor party for her brother – whether he likes it or not. During what should be a time of great celebration for many is far from it as they examine their relationships. Alec is struggling on two sides – his wedding is one of the biggest days in his life and his parabatai should be at his side, yet he and Jace are still at odds. Alec also continues to struggle with his feelings for Magnus, especially when Magnus won’t give up on Alec. And as the Institute is buzzing with romance, Clary is desperate to work things out with Jace, but he is keeping her at arm’s length.

On Episode 1.13 “Morning Star” airing 4/05/2016:

Jace, who is still reeling from everything that has happened, makes hunting down Valentine his number one priority even though he continues to wrestle with his conflicted feelings. In hopes of finding a way to stop Valentine before it is too late, Clary and Simon must find the key to unlocking Jocelyn’s coma. But that key to unlocking Jocelyn’s spell may just undo the Downworlder peace treaty, Simon’s relationship with Raphael, and the Vampire clan in the process.

Meanwhile, Alec must deal with the aftermath of his decision and what his choice means for his future.

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