Shadowhunters Season 1 Episode 9 “Rise Up” :- Watch Shadowhunters Season 1 Episode 9 “Rise Up” on Youtube on Fire, Shadowhunters Season 1 Episode 9 moved at such a fast and furious pace that I didn’t understand half of what was going on. Yes, as I’ve mentioned before, I have not read the books, and that may be part of the problem. But, if this show was meant only for book readers, then it should have come with a warning label. This isn’t the first instance where Shadowhunters has blown through the development of characters and storylines. There was so much telling in those first few episodes that if you looked away for even a fraction of a second (out of boredom from all the talking), you missed half of whatever important information was being relayed. That does not make for good television or cohesive storytelling. Eventually, Shadowhunters slowed down, giving us time to digest all that was going on in the shadow world, and it was a huge improvement when that happened. Now, instead of just endless talking to move the story forward, we’re bombarded with so much action that there’s no time to comprehend barely any of it. Everything was so smooshed together this hour that I couldn’t wait for it to end. And, yes, there was incessant talking too. Mostly from Clary who proved she is the most annoying part of the shadow world. And, yes, I wish that her worse-than-nails-on-a-chalkboard whining about why she chose vampirism for Simon would have pushed the newbie vamp to feast on her instead of calling on Raphael to bring him a meal. Simon had every right to be more than angry with her for what she did. Yet, by the end of the hour, they were best buddies again. Ugh. How could he forgive her so soon? He almost killed his own mother because of what she did. Talk about emotional whiplash. But, hey, we had to get to the main focus of the hour, so allowing Simon (and us) more time to digest the gravity of his predicament was out of the question.
Shadowhunters Season 1 Episode 9 “Rise Up” on YoutubeonFire :-
Action, Drama, Fantasy
Release: 8 March 2016
IMDB Rating: 8.6/10
Director: J. Miller Tobin
Stars: Katherine McNamara, Dominic Sherwood, Alberto Rosende