New season means a new set of cast promotional photos, and they are gorgeous as expected. Check them out in our gallery!
NBC has released the sexy new key art for the second season of Midnight, Texas! It features Manfred at the center, surrounded by his friends, Bobo, Fiji, Joe, Olivia, and Lem. New cast additions, Jaime Ray Newman and Josh Kelly are also present in the posters. Check them out! We’re only a month away from the season premiere.
Check out the official trailer of the new season of Midnight, Texas! It gives us our first look at the newly-built hotel, and um, a glimpse at Francois’ sexy scene that he mentioned during Comic-Con.
TVLine has shared some first look photos and details on some returning and upcoming shows, and we got our first image from the new season of Midnight, Texas. Glad to see the gang all together. Don’t miss the season premiere on October 26th!
When the “demonic cancer” François Arnaud teased at Comic-Con manifests at the start of the supernatural drama’s sophomore season, co-showrunner Nicole Snyder says, the medium will experience “maniacal, murderous urges, and the people bearing the brunt are his friends.” But don’t worry: There’s still time for pulpy fun in the spooky Texas town, where Snyder and co-showrunner Eric Charmelo promise a “soapier, sexier, scarier, more salacious” Season 2 in the vein of author Charlaine Harris’ other TV adaptation, True Blood. Along those lines: Olivia and her father will meet face-to-face again (but don’t expect a happy reunion); vampire Lem will undergo a “metamorphosis of sorts,” Charmelo notes; Bobo will become the proprietor of the Cartoon Saloon, a local watering hole that “feels a little bit like Merlotte’s,” Snyder previews; Fiji will learn more about her lineage via a major storyline involving witches; and newly arrived hoteliers Kai (Lost‘s Nestor Carbonell) and Patience (The Magicians‘ Jaime Ray Newman) won’t be universally embraced by the townsfolk — after all, “People get jealous easily in Midnight,” Snyder points out.
BONUS SPOILER!: Remember those spirits we saw in the hotel windows at the end of last season? “The nefarious activity that takes place in the hotel has very little to do with ghosts,” Snyder teases. Charmelo adds that a haunting would seem like a picnic compared to “what’s actually happening.”
As previously mentioned, the cast did several interviews at the San Diego Comic-Con, and this post serves as a masterpost for all the videos I could find. I’ll keep updating as I find more! François discussed the changes we’ll see in Manfred, the aftermath of that demonic possession, and that we can expect to see him with nothing but cowboy boots in the season premiere!
It’s that time of the year again! François and the rest of the cast of Midnight, Texas attended the third day of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. They had another Q&A panel at the convention, as well as interviews and photo sessions. I have updated the gallery with high-quality photos of François at several events held during the convention as well as portraits taken. Also check out some highlights from the panel below. Here’s hoping the full panel will be released soon!
The new season of UnREAL is now available for streaming on Hulu! The release of all eight episodes came as a surprise as it was also announced that it’s also the final season of the show. There is no word yet if the season will air on Lifetime, the network where the show began. Stream the final season starting today on Hulu and catch François as Tommy!
DEADLINE – The fourth and final season of Lifetime’s UnReal is now available for streaming in its entirety on Hulu. As part of a new deal between Hulu and A+E Studios, the final installment joins the first three seasons of the Peabody Award-winning drama series from Sarah Gertrude Shapiro and Marti Noxon.
Season 4 follows Rachel (Shiri Appleby) and Quinn (Constance Zimmer) as they return to the set of Everlasting for an “All-Stars” themed season, which features former contestants and a new format. Co-creator Shapiro and showrunner Stacy Rukeyser both return for Season 4. New cast members include François Arnaud, Natalie Hall, Meagan Holder and Alejandro Muñoz. Zimmer returns as director for one episode, and Appleby directs two episodes, including the series finale.