NBC Presents: “Midnight, Texas” Official Trailer

Fans of the creepier shows on network television might want to check out the trailer/first look at this upcoming series called “Midnight, Texas”. I’ve embedded the trailer along with what its all about and the cast and you can check that out below.

About The Show: Midnight, Texas is an upcoming American drama television series set to be broadcast on NBC as a midseason entry to the 2016–17 network television schedule. The series was commissioned on May 13, 2016. Midnight, Texas is based on the book series of the same name by author Charlaine Harris who also wrote The Southern Vampire Mysteries, the novels which True Blood is based on. The series is set to premiere on July 24, 2017.

The Cast/Characters:
François Arnaud as Manfred Bernardo, a psychic
Dylan Bruce as Bobo Winthrop, a pawn shop owner
Parisa Fitz-Henley as Fiji Cavanaugh, a witch
Arielle Kebbel as Olivia, a freelance hitwoman
Jason Lewis as Joe Strong
Sarah Ramos as Creek, a waitress
Peter Mensah as Lemuel, a vampire
Yul Vazquez as Rev. Emilio Sheehan
Sean Bridgers as the Sheriff

PiercingMetal Thoughts: This looks interesting enough and with the show “Grimm” ending along with “Supernatural”, the fans of the spookified stuff are going to be looking for something to replace the shows that they were supporting for a while. Of course, my only concern is that this is on NBC and they didn’t give much of a chance to the “Constantine” attempt and that one still bothers me. I’ll probably program the DVR for this and give a couple of episodes a run through to see if it moves me. I used to enjoy “True Blood” for a few seasons so perhaps it has some potential since it’s from the same creative mind. What do you think of this trailer? Will you be giving this one a chance? Let me know down in the comments section below.

Official Series Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midnight,_Texas

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