Is ‘Midnight, Texas’ Going To Be on Netflix?

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If supernatural dramas could be viewed as a food then Midnight, Texas is a cheese pizza. NBC’s answer to the ever-growing popularity of supernatural dramas, Midnight, Texas has grown a large fan following for its fun and raunchy take on the supernatural world. But is it streaming on Netflix? Let’s find out!

Based on the book of the same name by author Charlaine Harris, Midnight, Texas is a supernatural-fantasy drama that takes place in the fictional Texan town of Midnight. The strange town is a haven for individuals that are anything other than normal. A haven for the paranormal and creatures of the night, it wouldn’t be out of place to see a vampire, a witch or a ghost. Outcasts amongst the rest of the world, the citizens of Midnight consider each other family as they use their abilities to survive the hostile world.

Manfred Bernardo is a young psychic on the run. At the urging of his grandmother, Manfred seeks refuge in Midnight, Texas. It doesn’t take long for Manfred to bond with the citizens of his new home. As new threats arrive at the gates of the supernatural town, Manfred and his new friends take on the threats of the outside world.

Is Midnight, Texas streaming on Netflix?

While there is a modest selection of NBC content streaming on Netflix, unfortunately, Midnight, Texas is not one of them.

To stream Midnight, Texas you’ll need a subscription to Hulu. You can watch the latest episodes on the NBC website.

What about other Regions?

In the United Kingdom, you can stream Midnight, Texas through Now TV or SKY Go. To stream on either you will require a subscription.

For Canadian subscribers, you’ll need access to Global TV to stream the show. If you are a subscriber in Australia then you can watch the series through Universal TV.

Would you like to see Midnight, Texas on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below!

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 as a fulltime writer having worked in numerous other industries until that point. Jacob covers all things Netflix whether that's TV or movies but specializes in covering new anime and K-dramas. Resides in Norwich in the United Kingdom.