More Sneak Peeks and Promos Arrive for Midnight, Texas


We’re cautiously optimistic about NBC’s upcoming “Midnight, Texas,” which is based on a series of Charlaine Harris books and set to debut on July 24th, hoping that it will be as much fun as “True Blood” was. If you are looking forward to it, too, here are a pair of sneak peeks plus another promo to whet your appetites.

And if you’re heading to the San Diego Comic-Con this week, you can check out the “Midnight, Texas” panel on July 22nd from 4:00-5:15 PM in Room 6BCF. In addition, SDCC guests and fans will be able to immerse themselves in the dark, thrilling world of “Midnight, Texas” via an unforgettable 4D experience, plus enjoy live tarot card readings, exclusive Snapcodes, a custom shareable photo opportunity, themed giveaways, and more at Gaslamp Square (between the Convention Center and Hard Rock Hotel) starting Thursday, July 20th, through Sunday, July 23th.

“Midnight, Texas” Episode 1.01 – “Pilot” (airs 7/24/17)
SERIES PREMIERE — Manfred Bernardo (François Arnaud), a powerful psychic on the run, decides to hide out in the small, sleepy town of Midnight, Texas. But when he’s haunted by the ghost of a recently murdered Midnighter, Manfred discovers this sleepy community is a mysterious safe haven for outsiders with secrets – both supernatural and human – including Lemuel (Peter Mensah), an energy-leeching vampire; Olivia (Arielle Kebbel), a beautiful assassin; Fiji (Parisa Fitz-Henley), a witch with a cranky cat; Creek (Sarah Ramos), a spunky writer with big dreams; Bobo (Dylan Bruce), a pawnshop owner with a hidden past; the Rev (Yul Vazquez), who has an obsession for animals; and Joe (Jason Lewis), an angelic tattoo artist.

In addition to the colorful residents, Manfred learns the town itself sits on a veil between the living and dead. He pledges to join the Midnighters in the fight to protect their home from suspicious cops and other outside forces.

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