Midnight, Texas episode 7 spoilers: UnREAL alum to guest-star

Midnight, Texas episode 7Midnight, Texas episode 7 is obviously going to appeal to you if you’ve been watching and enjoying the series so far. Beyond that, though, it may also be appealing if you are an UnREAL fan. Breeda Wool, who was a standout from the first season of the show in the role of Everlasting contestant Faith, is going to be one of the major players in the story.

The title for this episode is “Angel Heart,” and that makes sense given that angel mythology is going to be a huge part of the story. However, judging from the synopsis below, so are a lot of other things.

Midnight, Texas episode 7 synopsis – “A bounty hunter (guest star Breeda Wool) from Joe’s (Jason Lewis) past arrives in Midnight to punish him for leaving the angelic fold. Manfred (Francois Arnaud) takes charge with a plan to lead Fiji (Parisa Fitz-Henley), Olivia (Arielle Kebbel), Bobo (Dylan Bruce) and Lem (Peter Mensah) in an effort to stop this dangerous, nearly immortal foe from killing Joe and Chuy (guest star Bernardo Saracino), as well as destroying Midnight. Meanwhile, Creek (Sarah Ramos) struggles to recover from her family tragedy. Elsewhere, the Rev (Yul Vazquez) refuses to compromise the safety of his neighbors and it costs him dearly.”

Who doesn’t want to see a team-up of many of the town’s residents against a common enemy? Just in terms of drama and intensity, this episode should be fun. Plus, it’s a chance to see a different side of someone who’s done some extremely entertaining work in the past.

The state of the ratings

This is really the first time all season that we have some unfortunately news to report. For most of Midnight, Texas season 1, we’ve said that the show is performing better than much of the rest of the summer competition on NBC. On this past episode, though, we saw the show sink its numbers down all the way to a 0.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic. That is the lowest rating for the show to date, and also a sign that the show has lost a third of the audience who watched the premiere.

If the series wants to secure a season 2 renewal, it basically needs to ensure that the next few episodes either feature equal or better ratings than the ones that came before.

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