Shadowhunters Season 3B March Spoiler Descriptions Are Here! Shadowhunters Season 3B March Spoiler Descriptions Are Here!
Official descriptions with spoilers for Shadowhunters episodes airing in March 2019 on Freeform Shadowhunters Season 3B March Spoiler Descriptions Are Here!

After Shadowhunters Season 3B starts with “Lost Souls” on February 25 (see some photos here), what’s next?

We’re glad you asked!

Here are descriptions for new Shadowhunters episodes airing in March. You know the drill; if you want more coverage of the show here on the site, please link to the article rather than copying and pasting elsewhere! Hopefully we’ll have some more photos from these other episodes soon.

March 4: Episode #3.12 “Original Sin”

Simon is determined to get rid of the Mark of Cain and, with Isabelle’s help, tries to track down New York’s oldest vampire to get more information on the mark. Now in Paris, Clary desperately tries to find an escape from her current situation. Meanwhile, with his new sense of mortality, Magnus tries to live life to the very fullest.

March 11: Episode #3.13 “Beati Bellicosi”

Jordan and the Praetor try to track down Heidi, while the Shadowhunters try to locate Jonathan. Meanwhile, Luke looks to Maryse for help and Isabelle gets a possible lead on information on what is really going on in the Clave prisons.

March 18: Episode #3.14 “A Kiss From A Rose”

Continuing to track down information on the rumors about misconduct at The Clave’s downworlder prison, Isabelle asks Alec for help. Meanwhile, Magnus succumbs to asking Lorenzo for a favor and Jace takes Clary on a special date.

March 25: Episode #3.15 “To the Night Children”

As the saying goes, “rules are made to be broken.” But what if the rules are there for a reason? Several members of the team must examine the reasoning behind certain rules after consequences to questionable actions come to light. Whether the rules were broken because of love, loyalty or revenge, does the end justify the means?


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