Monday, 10 p.m., NBC

Summary

Traveling psychic Manfred Bernardo (François Arnaud) settles in the small Texas town of Midnight and discovers there are more to the people in town than meets the eye in this supernatural drama based on the book series by Charlaine Harris

What The Critics Say (Metascore 50)

  • It will undoubtedly seem tame to staunch “True Blood” fans. But a few winks of humor and some good scares make Midnight, Texas more than you’d expect from a summer series on broadcast TV. — Gail Pennington, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • It’s too loud and dumb to be really called good, but any fan of vampires, were-tigers or gaseously bloated corpses is going to have a fine time with it. — Glenn Garvin, Reason.com
  • It’s the tame version of something you grew tired of on HBO years ago. And that’s putting it politely. There’s no energy here–sexual, supernatural, mystery. It’s just remarkably flat despite a talented cast doing everything in their power to make it interesting. — Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com