Cloak and Dagger Season 1 Episode Guide

Questions about Marvel's Cloak and Dagger Season 1? Here's everything you need to know about the Freeform superhero drama...

Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger is here, and it’s great. Read our spoiler-free review of the first four episodes of Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger here, or check out our review of the season finale.

If you’re looking for information on Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger Season 2, head over to our news roundup on what to expect in the upoming season. If you want to relive all of the emotional highs and lows of Cloak and Dagger Season 1, check out our episode guide below…

Cloak & Dagger Episode Guide

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Cloak & Dagger Episode 1: First Light

Two teenagers from very different backgrounds find themselves burdened and awakened to newly acquired superpowers which are mysteriously linked to each other.

Original air date: 6/7/18

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Cloak & Dagger Episode 2: Suicide Sprints

Tandy and Tyrone try to grasp what has happened to them with their newfound powers, while Tandy’s past catches up with her and Tyrone becomes consumed with revenge; Detective Brigid O’Reilly works an interesting case that has ties to Tandy.

Original air date: 6/7/18

Cloak & Dagger Episode 3: Stained Glass

Tandy goes on the run as Detective O’Reilly closes in on her; desperate for answers, Tyrone turns to Evita and her Auntie Clarisse, a Voodoo priestess, for help.

Original air date: 6/14/18

Cloak & Dagger Episode 4: Call and Response

Tandy and Tyrone come face-to-face as the two are able to sit down and talk. Having not been able to tell anyone else what they have been experiencing, both take the opportunity to finally confide in the one person who may truly understand what they are going through. Meanwhile, Otis reveals a secret side of himself and Greg seems to be onto something with Melissa’s case against Roxxon.

Original air date: 6/21/18

Cloak & Dagger Episode 5: Princeton Offense

Tandy tests out her power to get answers about the Roxxon cover-up; Tyrone focuses on being a normal teenager as the basketball state finals approach; Detective O’Reilly looks into the city’s drug problems.

Original air date: 6/28/18

Cloak & Dagger Episode 6: Funhouse Mirrors

Tandy and Ty each meet someone living the life that could have been theirs, for better or worse, had they taken different paths without the rig explosion.

Original air date: 7/5/18

Cloak & Dagger Episode 7: Lotus Eaters

A mysterious man in a catatonic state for almost a decade may be the key for Tandy to finally clear her father’s name; Tyrone and Tandy test their combined powers for the first time.

Original air date: 7/12/18

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Cloak & Dagger Episode 8: Ghost Stories

Tandy and Melissa prepare to commemorate the eighth anniversary of Nathan’s passing with their annual memorial tradition; Tyrone goes to Detective O’Reilly for help in getting a confession out of Detective Connors.

Original air date: 7/19/18

Cloak & Dagger Episode 9: Back Breaker

When triumph turns sour, both Tandy and Tyrone regress back to their old ways; Detective O’Reilly tries to deal with the recent fallout.

Original air date: 7/26/18

Cloak & Dagger Episode 10: Colony Collapse

Everything comes to a head for Tyrone and Tandy as New Orleans is thrown into chaos; the two realize that it is time they face their destiny and test their powers as “The Divine Pairing” to save the city.

Original air date: 8/2/18

Cloak and Dagger Trailer

Check out all the other trailers that have been released so far…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZCs93cGcdY

Cloak and Dagger Cast

Expect the romance between Ty “Cloak” Johnson (Aubrey Joseph) and Tandy “Dagger” Bowen (Olivia Holt) to take a prominent role in this. In fact, since this is coming to the youth-centric Freeform network, it makes sense that this would have something of a YA approach.

Ty is described as: “A young man who wanted nothing more than to prove he was fearless. But when everything he held close was taken away, life taught Tyrone to be afraid. Now older and more sheltered, Tyrone closes himself off. But when he meets a girl named Tandy, his life changes forever.”

And here’s Tandy’s description: “A once-privileged little girl who watched as her family was destroyed by a disastrous storm that uprooted her life. Now in her late teens, an unexpected encounter with a boy named Tyrone sparks a life-changing event.”

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EW released the character description and photos for Cloak and Dagger‘s supporting cast.

J.D. Evermore plays Detective Connors, who “embraces an intimidating persona that overcompensates for a secret he keeps close to the vest.”

Next up, we have Carl Lundstedt as Liam: “A salt-of-the-earth townie. Liam operates as Tandy’s partner in crime while moonlighting as her boyfriend. But underneath this rough-around-the-edges appearance, Liam has big dreams. All of them include Tandy.

Andrea Roth plays Melissa Bowen: “Melissa is the eternal optimist, despite struggling to adapt to her new existence. She’s complex and compromised, and often needs to file her edges, but her love for her daughter burns brightly outside.”

Gloria Reuben plays Ty’s mom, Adina Johnson: “Adina invests every aspect of her being into giving her son the life she believes he deserves. But she props up and protects Tyrone so much, she almost forgets to love him.”

Ty’s dad, Otis Johnson, is played by Miles Mussenden: “Otis trudges through his desk job to keep his family safe and happy, all while too-quietly mourning a loss. This working-class father does what he can to ensure his son Tyrone will grow up to be a man.”

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Emma Lahana is Detective Brigid O’Reilly, someone who “is accustomed to working in a man’s world, but she isn’t looking to be ‘one of the guys.’ Her New York sensibilities have hardened her from being too friendly or open, setting her apart from her Louisiana counterparts. Brigid believes in justice and doesn’t think that anyone should be above it, including other cops. Especially other cops…”

Finally, we have Jaime Zevallos as Father Delgado: “Father Delgado is constantly seeking redemption in spite of the fact that he’s not sure he deserves it. As a school counselor and priest, Delgado is a rock for Ty. Oppressed by the collar, he leads more through words than example as he still struggles daily with the life he has chosen.”