Midnight, Texas arrived on the small screen in 2017 as a mid-season replacement show with mixed reviews, and not many people expected it to last beyond its placeholder existence in the line-up, but this week NBC has confirmed that not only did season 1 do rather well, but that season 2 is also in the pipeline.
The first season ended up being the network’s top rated summer drama in the coveted 18-49 demo last year, they announced this week, and now the series – based on the bestselling novels by Charlaine Harris – along with stars Francois Arnaud, Dylan Bruce, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Arielle Kebbel and Jason Lewis, will be back (H/T Dark Horizons). Hurrah!
In Midnight, Texas, the titular town is remote and no one is quite who they seem. Vampires, witches, psychics and angels gather together in the safe haven, fighting off outside pressures from rowdy biker gangs, ever-suspicious cops and their own dangerous pasts, banding together to form a strong and unlikely family.
This is the second successful TV show originating from Harris’ pen – HBO’s hit vampire series True Blood lasted 7 seasons under the watchful eye of Six Feet Under creator Alan Ball.
We’ll bring you more on Midnight, Texas season 2 as we get it.
Midnight, Texas Season 2 Trailer
At New York Comic Con 2018, NBC unveiled an appropriately atmospheric trailer for Midnight, Texas Season 2. Everyone is seemingly happy with their respective relationships. Creek may not stay happy for long though…
Midnight, Texas Season 2 Release Date
Midnight, Texas Season 2 arrives this fall on Friday, October 26 at 9 p.m. ET. Just in time for Halloween!
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