Hold on to your hats, ‘Shadowhunters’ fans, because the mid-season finale on March 6 is going to be INSANE! Dominic Sherwood and Katherine McNamara teased the ‘gigantic’ and ‘devastating’ episode EXCLSUIVELY to HollywoodLife.com. Here’s what to expect!
We know that you’re dying for the big mid-season finale of Shadowhunters on March 6, so we wanted to help hold you over with a couple of teasers from Dominic Sherwood and Kat McNamara!
“Episode 10, is a big episode for everyone, for every single character,” Dominic told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY leading up to the massive finale. “The tensions and the crisis and the impending apocalypse really does reach a head and it’s devastating for many characters in many ways. Emotionally, physically… nobody’s going to want to miss it. That’s really the only thing I can say.”
Except, he didn’t stop there. Dom also revealed that “Jace and Valentine do find themselves face to face again in episode 10. I want people to see it, I’m excited.” Also, we learn what makes Jace so special. “Jace has been cemented as the best Shadowhunter, and we’re slowly learning more and more about why that is and why he’s so talented and why he’s so powerful, why he’s the best and in Episode 10 we find out exactly why.”
Kat also opened up about how “gigantic” the mid-season finale is. “I remember shooting Episode 10, and I read the script and thought ‘how are we even going to do this in the time that we have?’ I give huge credit to our crew and everyone in the production, our show runners and producing director Matt Hastings and also the director of the episode Josh Butler, who really came in and got things done and pulled it out. It’s crazy!” We can’t wait to see it!
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Tonight Freeform airs an all-new episode of Shadowhunters, “Love is a Devil.” The show, based on the book series The Mortal Instruments, by Cassandra Clare, follows half-angel/half human hunters as they try to protect our world from demons. Last week, Dominic Sherwood, who stars as Jace, talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on the show, working with Will Tudor as Sebastian, and whats to come for Jace this season.
SCIFI VISION: Did you read the books before you started working on the show?
DOMINIC SHERWOOD: I read the first one, and I’d done a young adult adaptation once before, and it was kind of the same thing. When I read the first book, it gave me a decent sense of the world and the characters, where they come from and who they are, what their relationships are with each other and what their past is, what the dangers are, and the positives about being these characters. Past that, it ends up being overly convoluted for me to have so many different things, stimuli, in front of me. Also, you have to remember there is the movie as well, which obviously we’ve seen, most of us, and then the books, and then, on top of that, the scripts, which do differ in places.
So for me, it was important I understood the world and understood Cassie Clare’s vision – her original vision, but from then on out, there’s the script, so I’m playing that version of Jace. I’m not playing necessarily the version of Jace that’s been covered in media before; I’m playing the version of Jace that’s been covered in the scripts.
So I can pull pieces from his past, you know, different kinds of intricacies of the character. For example, it’s written in the books that Jace has an odd character trait that he plays with his stele, and Cassie wrote that Clary notices that it’s strange that someone so confident would have kind of a nervous tick. So throughout season one and what we’ve done so far with season two, that’s the character trait I threw in from the books.
So those kind of things are very important, but anything apart from that, if I knew where he went, where his journey kind of ended up, and where it took him in the future, that would be a little much for me, personally, to separate.
Read the whole interview here
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