Shadowhunters season 3 episode 3 is airing on Freeform Tuesday night and in the latest sneak peek that CarterMatt has for you below, the aftermath of the vampire / werewolf attack is center stage.
At the end of this past episode, we saw Simon basically fight a number of different werewolves coming at him, albeit using a strange power that he never knew he had before. This awakens a whole new side to the character, but also raises an important question: What did the Seelie Queen do with him? We are hoping the next new episode of the series serves to answer that in some shape or form.
Beyond that, there are also some other clear questions when it comes to Luke’s werewolf pack, most notably what is going to happen when Luke’s leadership starts to get questioned a little bit? That’s what is happening in this sneak peek when Russell throws at him a big ol’ pile of “what gives?” for being so lenient on Simon. Russell wants him to come down harder and, in turn, side more with the pack. Meanwhile, Luke is protective of Simon and understandably so, given that he knows that he didn’t hurt anybody.
In the end, all signs do point towards Shadowhunters season 3 episode 3 being an exciting installment of the series with the potential for a lot of questions to be answered. You’re hopefully going to get some further information on what happened to Simon, and to go along with that, there could be a little more insight into Lilith and whatever her next moves are. She is meticulous, and she is going to be taking her time in order to assemble the right people to make the right move.
If Luke and his pack end up become estranged from each other, then Simon accidentally may have done some of the work for her. This move would cause one of the major forces within New York City to be significantly weakened.
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