Midnight, Texas Season 2 Starts Tonight

Season 2 of the NBC’s supernatural show, Midnight Texas, starts tonight and it looks like it starts with a bang.  Last season ended with a lot of couples taking the next step in their relationships (losing virginity to tap into witch powers, sharing vampire blood in order to live, marriage, etc.) — all after ridding the town of some nasty vamps and heavy duty demons, of course.  Then just as the town is settling into their new blissful, coupled-up state, some mysterious new folks arrive and announce they are moving into town.  This can’t be good.

So take a moment to reacquaint yourself with the characters of the town of Midnight and meet some of the new ones.  Then check out our interviews with the cast and producers while at New York Comic Con earlier this month.

 

Francois Arnaud (Manfred) talks about the return of Xylda (played by Joanne Camp)  and dark times ahead for Manfred.

Francois Arnaud talks about how the first half of the season introduces the new characters, Kai (played by Nestor Carbonell) and Patience (played by Jaime Ray Newman) and how everyone reacts to what the new Midnight-ers are offering.  The second half of the season explores new realms of the supernatural while staying in the Midnight universe.

 

Parisa Fitz-Henley and Dylan Bruce talk about how losing Fuji’s virginity has affected the lovebirds, Fuji and Bobo.

Parisa Fitz-Henley and Dylan Bruce talk about the premiere episode, dark scenes and sweet scenes.  There is also a comprehensive discussion of Google cock-blocking (yep, you read it right).

 

Arielle Kebbel and Peter Mensah talk about interior decorating for a vampire husband and  the pros and cons of having a husband who can sense your every need.

Arielle Kebbel and Peter Mensah talk about the difficulties a vampire living amongst humans as well as marrying one.  The duo promise a rollercoaster of emotion in this next season.

 

Midnight, Texas airs on NBC Fridays at 9/8c.

 

 

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