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Season 2 of Midnight, Texas recently made its premiere. One of the stars of this supernatural TV show is Francois Arnaud, who plays the character of Manfred. In an interview with Collider, he had the opportunity to discuss Season 2 of Midnight, Texas.
Midnight, Texas Season 2
One of the things that Francois Arnaud spoke about was the past possibility of a second season of Midnight, Texas not happening:
“It certainly sounded like a possibility, at some points. What was important to me is that, if we did get a second season, that we were gonna do it the right way, and having a little bit of time between Season 1 and Season 2 wasn’t necessarily a bad thing.”
“It certainly allowed me to come back to it embracing what it was, having had some time to reflect on it, what I wanted to do with the character, and where I wanted to take it. I had really good, extensive chats with the writers, and they were open to my ideas.”
“For the season premiere, for instance, I don’t know if that’s what they had in mind, in the first place, but they reached out and I said that I would love to explore the aftermath of what had happened. I thought that was a great opportunity to jump into Manfred’s anger.”
“I had some things in my life, at that time last winter, that made me very angry, so I was in a really good place to tap into that. I was like, ‘I really wanna shout right now! If you think you’re willing to let me do that for the show, I think I’ll do it well.’ And then, they came up with the storyline for demon cancer.”
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