Shadowhunters has released details of its third and final season, teasing a "new level of evil".
The Freeform series is set to return for the last time in the US on Monday, January 25, which means fans only have two weeks to wait.
The network's official synopsis of the final season reads: "Unbeknownst to them, the Shadowhunters face a new level of evil that they can’t even imagine with the arrival of Jonathan Morgenstern (Luke Baines), the true form of Clary’s brother.
"With the loss of Clary after Lilith’s apartment exploded, Alec, Isabelle and Jace try to come to terms with what has happened. Glad to have their brother back, Alec and Isabelle are still worried about Jace, who is taking the actions of The Owl very hard.
"Magnus is also mourning the loss of his magic and finds himself in a new position – having to rely on others for help.
"Meanwhile, Maia tries to help a devastated Simon who has lost his family and his best friend. But unknown to everyone, Clary is alive and finds herself in a new and dangerous predicament."
Back in December, Shadowhunters revealed its first look at Luke Baines in the role of the real Jonathan Morgenstern.
The show airs on Freeform in the US, with episodes following a day later on Netflix in the UK.
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