Missing your ‘Shadowhunters’ cast faves? Watch them here
While fans are still biding their time constructively as they wait for news on whether Shadowhunters has been saved and will move forward for a fourth season, it’s important to find new and interesting ways to spend your time.
While it’s fun (and hopefully helpful) to stream every episode of Shadowhunters for the thousandth time, it’s also important for fans to take some time for themselves away from the campaign to chill out and recharge.
That doesn’t necessarily mean abandoning whatever Shadowhunters stars you stan the most though. In fact, there are plenty of shows and movies starring the Shadowhunters cast that you can watch now while taking a brief break from the #SaveShadowhunters campaign.
Here’s a roundup of some of the show’s biggest actors and where you can watch them while we all wait for S4 to be (hopefully) announced some time soon.
You’ll soon be able to catch McNamara in John Murlowski’s upcoming sci-fi Replicate which sounds like a savvy modern day homage to Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
The film follows three friends making a web series about their hometown who discover their neighbors are being killed and replaced by creatures who are identical copies of their victims.
While you’re waiting for that to get an official release date, you should most definitely go back and revisit the actor in her role as Sonya in Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials and Maze Runner: The Death Cure.
If you can’t get enough of Jace’s boisterous brooding babeliness, it’s probably high time you revisit his role as the fiery Christian Ozera in Mark Waters’s adaptation of Richelle Mead’s popular young adult book Vampire Academy (especially as his British accent is gloriously on show in the film).
If you’re looking for something a little more recent, you should check Sherwood out in the horror Don’t Sleep opposite the eternally wonderful Cary Elwes.
Travis Zariwny’s remake of the cult Eli Roth horror Cabin Fever may be one of the most unnecessary remakes in an era stuffed with them, but at the very least Daddario is an absolute treat in the role.
If you can’t quite stomach the idea of facing that remake (or the flesh-eating disease at the heart of it), you can always swoon over his role as creative dreamboat Gabriel in Naomi and Ely’s Kiss List instead.
Harry Shum Jr.
Our dearest Magnus has been killing it within the industry for years now, which gives fans a wealth of shows and movies to dive into to get their fill of the actor.
Most notably, you can see the actor in theaters now as Charlie Wu in Jon M. Chu’s critically acclaimed romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians (it’s a damned treat, ladies and gentlemen). But if you’re looking to cosy up at home to restock your levels of Shum Jr. love, do yourself a favor and just revisit the shit out Glee where the actor played the cool AF Mike Chang.
It’s worth adding that the actor has also just been added to the cast of Escape Plan 3: Devil’s Station alongside action titans like Sylvester Stallone and Dave Bautista, which is a helluva big deal.
Who doesn’t love a good telenovela? Toubia brings some serious high drama in the 2014 TV series Voltea Pa’Que Te Enamores that fans of the star will seriously go wild for. But we also strongly recommend fans check out her performance as Esmeralda in the 2015 movie Tattooed Love where she plays a stunning conartist seducing (and ripping off) wealthy men.
We still (sadly) have a long while to wait before we can enjoy Mustafa as Mike Hanlon in It: Chapter Two – but we’re almost certain it’s going to be worth it when the film is released in 2019. You can catch small appearances from the actor in films like Horrible Bosses and the heartwarming indie comedy Girl Flu that should keep you ticking over in the meantime.
Wainwright is absolutely adorable in The Wedding Do Over, a romantic TV movie about a complicated second chance at a disastrous wedding. We also loved her recent turn playing Detective Bailey’s (Michelle Mitchenor) sister Jess in the TV series Lethal Weapon. Even though she only starred in one episode (“Double Shot of Baileys”) we hope she comes back for more soon.
Agustin Castaneda’s indie dramedy Ruta Madre sees Castro playing a young singer coping with a fresh breakup by reconnecting with his roots on an epic road trip with his eccentric uncle. The actor is utterly captivating in the role and the film is a heartwarming good time worth watching.