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With Midnight, Texas now under the rule of Dark Witches, the surviving Midnighters must band together in one last, desperate attempt to save their town.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 586 votes.
In the wake of tragedy, Manfred vows revenge. Joe squares off against a former ally to save his husband. Fiji spends a night on the town. Kai gives Patience an ultimatum.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 604 votes.
An unknown force threatens to reveal all the Midnighters' secrets. Manfred's suspicion towards Kai intensifies. Fiji embraces Dark Magic to save Bobo once and for all.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 635 votes.
Manfred and Kai team up against a common foe. Olivia and Bobo search for a way to bring Fiji back to their side. Joe gets a surprising visitor.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 604 votes.
An apocalyptic sandstorm engulfs Midnight concealing wraith-like demonic spirits heralding the arrival of a demon from Hell. Fiji knows this demon wants her and Bobo vows to protect her, while wondering why the demon has targeted Fiji and no one else. Manfred, Joe and the Rev dig for answers from the past, but when the storm gets too dangerous, Manfred leads the Midnighters to an unlikely hiding spot outside of town. Olivia confronts Lem about their relationship, and Creek helps Manfred when he needs it most.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 1874 votes.
When a local girl goes missing, the Midnighters try to find her before law enforcement descends into town. Manfred and Creek discover Aubrey's murder was not an isolated incident -- someone or something is killing young women in Midnight. In the race to find the missing girl, Bobo resolves to get justice for Aubrey. Lem and Olivia join the hunt, not knowing if the killer is human or supernatural. Complicating matters, Fiji is haunted by a demonic entity and seeks answers from the Rev while Joe struggles to maintain the secret that protects his family.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 2091 votes.
With Hell literally about to erupt onto Witch Light Road, and Fiji about to be claimed by the Demon who has been tormenting her, Manfred leads the Midnighters to take back their home from the evil forces that occupy it. As Bobo turns his attention to saving Fiji, Olivia and Creek confront the wraiths. Manfred focuses on killing the demon and closing the veil with the help of Lem, Joe, and the Rev. Manfred takes a desperate gamble and risks his life by asking for help from an unlikely source.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 1744 votes.
Manfred tries to help one of his new neighbors, Bobo, clear his name by talking to the murdered victim with the help of Joe. As Manfred helps his neighbors and grows closer to Creek, they help him - specifically, Fiji, the resident witch who performs an exorcism to rid Manfred's home of the spirits, demonic and otherwise that haunt it. Meanwhile, the Rev tries to stay out of trouble while Lem and Olivia set out to stop a deadly predator before it kills again.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 2742 votes.
The Midnighters join forces to protect a newcomer in town. With Bobo still in danger, Fiji's forced to take desperate action to save him. Patience and Manfred bond over their relationship troubles.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 679 votes.
Manfred investigates a gruesome murder in the hotel. Lem and Olivia’s psychic connection drives a wedge between them. Bobo’s life is put in danger by a series of strange ‘accidents,’ much to Fiji’s concern.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 760 votes.
In the opener of this series, Manfred Bernado, a powerful psychic on the run, decides to hide out in the small town of Midnight, Texas. When he finds himself being haunted by a ghost, Manfred discovers this town is a safe-haven for outsiders with secrets.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 3230 votes.
Manfred's ability to see the dead leads him to uncover an ancient supernatural who seduces and feeds on men. To protect their town's supernatural anonymity, Manfred, with the help of Fiji, Lem, Joe and Creek, venture out of the safety of Midnight to a roadside bar to stop the supernatural killer. Meanwhile, Bobo must confront the dangerous bikers who threaten to expose his past. While carrying out a hit, Olivia discovers an unlikely link to her father.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 2261 votes.
A faceless supernatural makes a pilgrimage to Midnight to usher in the arrival of a demon from the veil to Hell - the same demon that has been plaguing Fiji. Meanwhile, the Midnighters struggle to fight the effects of the veil to Hell opening in their town, especially Lem and the Rev, whose hunger increases to dangerous levels. Olivia and Bobo make plans of their own to protect the town. Elsewhere, Creek struggles in the face of great loss as Manfred confronts his constant self-medicating.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 1940 votes.
Lem makes a shocking decision. Olivia's past comes back to haunt her. Fiji seeks outside help from her fellow Light Witches. A suicide pits Manfred and Kai against one another.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 623 votes.
Manfred's growing relationship with Creek is threatened when his con-artist past finally catches up with him and the mysterious Hightower finds him. Olivia agrees to help Manfred, but when she and Creek learn the surprising truth about what Manfred is running from, they realize Manfred is not the man Creek thought he was. Meanwhile, Bobo's budding romance with Fiji takes a surprising turn that puts her in danger.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 2216 votes.
A deadly nest of vampires arrives in Midnight and it turns out they're old friends of Lem's eager to reunite. Manfred suspects there's more to their arrival and joins forces with Olivia to uncover the real story while Creek prepares for the worst. Elsewhere, Fiji and Bobo hatch a plan of their own in case the vampires are up to no good. Meanwhile, Joe confides his suspicions about the veil to hell opening in Midnight to the Rev.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 2474 votes.
A bounty hunter from Joe's past arrives in Midnight to punish him for leaving the angelic fold. Manfred takes charge with a plan to lead Fiji, Olivia, Bobo and Lem in an effort to stop this dangerous, nearly immortal foe from killing Joe and Chuy, as well as destroying Midnight. Meanwhile, Creek struggles to recover from her family tragedy. Elsewhere, the Rev refuses to compromise the safety of his neighbors and it costs him dearly.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 1981 votes.
Fiji and Manfred try to get to the bottom of who or what is trying to kill Bobo. A guilt-ridden Rev struggles with the weight of his past. Joe embraces his new ‘night job,’ unbeknownst to his husband.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 696 votes.
After shutting the veil to hell, The Midnighters finally settle into a semblance of normality— until the opening of a new hotel rocks their stability once again. Manfred deals with the consequences of ‘taking-in’ six demons. Joe makes a new friend.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Midnight, Texas from 849 votes.
Last updated: jan 17, 2021
Pretty decent series premiere, doesn't feel like it's on the right channel though. Luckily it's on NBC's summer schedule so it has a better chance of surviving then it would during fall/spring. Charlaine Harris, who wrote the True Blood book series also wrote the series this is based on so it has some promise.
This show must be targeted at teenagers, I didn't like it at all. Weird colors and cinematography in general. Seemed to me the characters were acting unrealistic and illogical.
just finished midnight texas and I ended up giving it a 6, I felt 7 was a little too generous. The characters were interesting but the story felt rushed, the first couple of episodes were solid but it just slipped a little. The antagonists in the show were actually rather interesting its too bad they were all killed off so easily, it ended up just becoming monster of the week with a little over arching big boss for the last couple of episodes, and even then it wasn't exactly thrilling, I guess it was all just a little fluffy for my liking and would have preferred something with a little more grit. Still Midnight, Texas was an okay watch and at only 10 episodes you don't feel like your time is truly wasted, having read the books by Charlene Harris it was nice to see and adaptation and any fans of the book I am sure they will enjoy this one!
This show somehow fell through the cracks for me when it was on. Luckily I found it now. It was a pretty decent show. It's in the vein of Preacher and Wynona Earp but with a slightly bigger budget. Too bad it got canceled. One or 2 more seasons would have been nice.
I was still hoping this show would renew...I really liked it! Makes me sad....
Season 2 is much better than Season 1.
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I love Midnight Texas I can't believe you canceled it sad fan for sure
despite the fact that i dont enjoy tv shows with lots of violence/blood/sex scenes i miss true blood to this day. it just had something really great going on with the shows athmosphere and i got really attached to the characters. the storylines were rather interesting too. i will give this a try since it is another charlaine harris adaptation and we will see if it can soothe my nostalgy for true blood. given that this is not an hbo series it might have less on the nsfw part.
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