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Midnight, Texas 

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Midnight is a safe haven for those who are different, but with the presence of outsiders, the residents band together and form a strong and unlikely family.
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Follows the lives of the inhabitants of a small town where the concept of normal is relative. A haven for vampires, witches, psychics, hit men, and others with extraordinary backgrounds, Midnight gives outsiders a place to belong. The town members form a strong and unlikely family as they work together to fend off the pressures of unruly biker gangs, questionable police officers, and shades of their own dangerous pasts. Written by naymon

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Only outsiders fit in. See more »

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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24 July 2017 (USA)  »

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Arielle Kebbel also apeared on The Vampire Diaries, another series of similar creatures. See more »

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I am curious about the other review
25 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Given that the show debuted on July 24, 2017, I am skeptical of the review, dated: 26 February 2017 | by Kai Breen.

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Otherwise, the show seems to be setting itself up fine. Characters are interesting if not inaccurate to the novel.


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