Midnight, Texas episode 10 is coming to NBC Monday night (after the episode airing tonight at a special time), and it’s a big one: After all, this marks the season finale! Could this also be the series finale? As much as we don’t want to think about that right now, it is still possible. NBC has not announced the show’s future one way or another, but the series is going out swinging, and with one of the craziest and most dramatic finales that we could ever imagine.
The title for this finale is “The Virgin Sacrifice,” and we at CarterMatt aren’t being all that hyperbolic at all when we say things like “all hell breaks loose” in the title of our article. Based on some of the information that we have about this episode at the moment, it actually feels rather accurate since the gates of Hell are about to erupt right into the town. There will be some trauma that comes with that, and the fates of several characters could hang in the balance.
In addition to seeing if everyone survives, there’s also that concern that a cliffhanger is coming that is going to leave everyone dangling for another season of the show that may or may not come. It’s probably better to just be prepared for that in the event that the worst actually happens and the show doesn’t come back.
Now, let’s get to sharing some more insight into what lies ahead.
Midnight, Texas episode 10 synopsis – “With Hell literally about to erupt onto Witch Light Road, and Fiji (Parisa Fitz-Henley) about to be claimed by the Demon who has been tormenting her, Manfred (Fran�ois Arnaud) leads the Midnighters to take back their home from the evil forces that occupy it. As Bobo (Dylan Bruce) turns his attention to saving Fiji, Olivia (Arielle Kebbel) and Creek (Sarah Ramos) confront the wraiths. Manfred focuses on killing the demon and closing the veil with the help of Lem (Peter Mensah), Joe (Jason Lewis), and the Rev (Yul Vazquez). Manfred takes a desperate gamble and risks his life by asking for help from an unlikely source.”
For those of you keeping watch on the Midnight, Texas season 2 renewal hopes, we can tell you that this past episode generated overall a 0.7 rating in the 18-49 demographic, even with the week before. While not the best rating known to mankind, the show is still averaging a solid-for-summer 0.8. That’s better than the vast majority of other network scripted properties, and with time and more publicity, maybe some more viewers will start tuning in.
What are you hoping to see on Midnight, Texas episode 10, and what constitutes a worthy season 1 finale in your eyes? Feel free to share now in the attached comments! (Photo: NBC)