Shadowhunters Season 2: Episode 16, Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries)
While Shadowhunters episode 16 of Season 2 has just been released on Freeform, the main events of “Day of Atonement” are back!
Like a TVD air in the air! Yes, the meltynauts, last night, fans of the cult series were able to find (or almost) their favorite hero for new adventures. Indeed, Paul Wesley was at the controls of “Day of Atonement”, an episode with a mystical and worked atmosphere. What to transport us with delight in the magic universe of the series. While Melty’s review of Shadowhunters’ Season 2 Episode 15, let’s review the main events of “Day of Atonement” broadcast last night on Freeform. First of all, know that Sebastian aka Jonathan spent most of the episode torturing his father. Locked in another dimension, the young man eventually escaped with the help of the Prince of Demons. And he is now ready to take revenge on him who has done him so much harm.
It is only for this reason that he seized the Mortal Sword. Uncontrollable, cruel and insane, Jonathan is terrifying and it will take a real tactic for Valentin to convince his son that he is proud of him and wants to redeem himself. The father / son duo is likely to make his own in future episodes and we are eager to discover how our heroes can cope with such a threat. For their part, Jace and Clary left on an unauthorized mission to find Valentin. Unfortunately, Clary is quickly poisoned and her hallucinations put her in terrible danger. But the link between Jace and her is deeper than anything else and it is ultimately he who manages to cure her. Together, they understand that Jonathan is still alive. But do they imagine how dangerous it is?
Finally, Simon decided to find his family and took Maia with him not without first refusing. The feelings of the young woman are very clear and it breaks our heart to know that Simon finally chose Clary when she would have known to appreciate it to its right value. No doubt their story is just beginning and we are already looking forward to seeing them more accomplices. One thing is certain, Paul Wesley did a wonderful job with this episode. Alternating panoramic shots and close-ups, he succeeded in offering us this weird, mysterious and mystical atmosphere that fits perfectly with the plots of “Day of Atonement”. A great success! Will he abandon his career as an actor and launch himself exclusively in filmmaking? Waiting for more info, vote every day for the 2017 World Cup.