Midnight, Texas is the television adaptation of Charlaine Harris' three book "Midnight, Texas Trilogy" novel series. Developed by NBC, is it Harris' second novel series to be adapted for television, following the hugely successful HBO series True Blood. Currently a time frame of early 2017 is NBC's target for this series, but an official premiere date has yet to be released.
About The ShowEdit
Welcome to a place where being normal is really quite strange. From the visionary director of "Mr. Robot" and based on the hit book series from the author behind HBO's "True Blood" comes a journey into a remote Texas town where no one is who they seem. From vampires and witches to psychics and hit men, Midnight is a mysterious safe haven for those who are different. As the town members fight off outside pressures from rowdy biker gangs, ever-suspicious cops and their own dangerous pasts, they band together and form a strong and unlikely family.
- François Arnaud -as- Manfred Bernardo (0/10)
- Dylan Bruce -as- Bobo Winthrop (0/10)
- Parisa Fitz-Henley -as- Fiji Cavanaugh (0/10)
- Arielle Kebbel -as- Olivia Charity (0/10)
- Sarah Ramos -as- Creek Lovell (0/10)
- Peter Mensah -as- Lemuel Bridger (0/10)
- Yul Vazquez -as- Rev. Emilio Sheehan (0/10)
- Sean Bridgers -as- Sherriff (0/10)
- Jason Lewis -as- Joe Strong (0/10)
- Joanne Camp -as- Xylda (0/10)
- Kellee Stewart -as- Madonna Reed (0/10)
- Lora Martinez-Cunningham -as- Officer Tina Gomez (0/10)
- Bernardo Saracino -as- Chuy Strong (0/10)
- John-Paul Howard -as- Connor Lovell (0/10)
- Bob Jesser -as- Shawn Lovell (0/10)
- Joe Smith -as- Mr. Snuggly (voice) (0/10)
- Aaron French -as- Officer Brenchley (0/10)
- Kat Sawyer-Young -as- Rachel (0/10)
- Odelya Halevi -as- Pia (0/10)
- Zahn McClarnon -as- Unknown (0/10)
- Taylor Black -as- Gina (0/10)
- Rob Franco -as- Unknown (0/10)
- Ryan Staats -as- Unknown (0/10)
- Kenneth Miller -as- Unknown (0/10)
- Chris Wright -as- Unknown (0/10)
- Challen Cates -as- Unknown (0/10)
- Unknown -as- Aunt Mildred (0/10)
- Joleen Baughman -as- Unknown (0/10)
On May 13, 2016 NBC announced that they had picked up the American drama television series for a 13 episode order from Universal Television, and David Janollari Entertainment. On Nov. 13th, Parisa tweeted that the season will consist of 10 episodes, though this has not strictly been confirmed by the network.
The cast consist of François Arnaud, Dylan Bruce, Parisa Fitz-Henley, Arielle Kebbel, Sarah Ramos, Peter Mensah, Yul Vazquez and Sean Bridgers, with Monica Owusu-Breen as writer and showrunner.
Jason Lewis would later be announced as another member of the cast. Whether or not he's a series regular is currently unknown.
Day one of production for season one of Midnight, Texas began on October 10, 2016.
A screening for both the official trailer and pilot of the series was released during 2016's New York Comic Con panel #NYCC
The New Mexico Film Office announced that the series is filming in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Bernalillo and Belen through February 2017.
As of October 31, 2016, the series has moved on to Season 1 Episode 4.
While still filming Episode 4 (Nov. 4), it appears that the entire main cast makes an appearance and that specifically Dylan and Parisa interacts indicated by Al's tweet about watching dailies of their characters.
To date, Albuquerque Studios has employed 450 crew and 1,800 background members.
As of December 1st, 2016, the series has moved on to prep for Season 1 Episode 7 with the introduction of Smallville director Mairzee Almas. As of December 8th, 2016, the cast receives the script to Season 1 Episode 7.
Due to the time frame given (in which script reads for episode 7 began and directorial announcements for episode 9 were made), Kevin Tancharoen will likely be directing episode 8. 
Matt Beeman will direct Season 1 Episode 9.
Despite initial reports, the NBC series has been pick up for a 10 episode count.
As of January 30th, 2017, the cast, crew, producers, writers and execs have moved on to the final week production for season one.
Manfred Bernardo: Harold, make yourself known…. Get out of my body Harold!
Manfred Bernardo: Hey Grandma.
Xylda: Don’t tell me, another hijacking?
Manfred Bernardo: Only a second. I ended it quick.
Xylda: You need to settle down. This move will be good for yah. You’ll be safe in Midnight.
Manfred Bernardo: That’d mean a whole lot more coming from someone who wasn’t dead.
Bobo Winthrop: I checked you out before renting the house. You’re a psychic.
Madonna Reed: No Family, no friends. He’s running from something.
Creek Lovell: Then he’ll fit in just fine.
Manfred Bernardo: What are you exactly?
Lemuel Bridger: Vampire is one word for it.
Manfred Bernardo: Usually I’m the freak in the room.
Creek Lovell: You meet your neighbors yet? Like the Rev? I still haven’t figured him out. I know Fiji is more than just a cat lady. And then there is Olivia.
Olivia Charity: Hundreds of Podunk towns in Texas, why ours?
Lemuel Bridger: Untie him, he is one of us. Midnight has been a haven for centuries. People like us, make it home.
Unknown: I need to report a body. She’s definitely dead.
Manfred Bernardo: What is it that you need to tell me?
Sheriff: The crime scene was ritualistic. Thought that was curious.
Lemuel Bridger: With the police slinging torches, pitchforks aren’t far behind.
Bobo Winthrop: I did not kill her!
Manfred Bernardo: I’ll help, however I can.
Lemuel Bridger: You don’t want to start a war.
Creek Lovell: If you gonna kiss me, now would be a good time.