First Look at the 'Midnight, Texas' Cast in the Season 2 Gallery Art (PHOTOS)

arrow - left
arrow - right
Midnight, Texas - Season 2
Virginia Sherwood/NBC
Midnight, Texas - Season 2
Virginia Sherwood/NBC

François Arnaud as Manfred Bernardo

Midnight, Texas - Season 2
Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Dylan Bruce as Bobo

Midnight, Texas - Season 2
Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Jaime Ray Newman as Patience

Midnight, Texas - Season 2
Virginia Sherwood/NBC)

Jason Lewis as Joe

Midnight, Texas - Season 2
Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Josh Kelly as Walker

Midnight, Texas - Season 2
Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Arielle Kebbel as Olivia

Midnight, Texas - Season 2
Virginia Sherwood/NBC)

Peter Mensah as Lemuel

Midnight, Texas - Season 2
Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Parisa Fitz Henley as Fiji

1 of

What happens when a psychic (Arnaud), vampire (Mensah), pawn shop owner (Bruce), witch (Fitz-Henley), angel (Lewis), and hit-woman (Kebbel) all live in the same town? A bunch of bad stuff.

Midnight, Texas, the NBC series based on best-selling book series by Charlaine Harris, is returning for its second season and you know that means: anything can happen.

'Midnight, Texas' Season 1 Finale: Good Sex, a Bad Demon and a Possibly Changed ManfredSee Also

'Midnight, Texas' Season 1 Finale: Good Sex, a Bad Demon and a Possibly Changed Manfred

Fiji and Manfred temporarily saved the town when hell invaded 'Midnight, Texas,' but at what cost?

In the first season finale, the band of misfits had just defeated a demon when a mysterious company bought the town's old hotel and started planning to turn it into a tourist attraction called Crystal Desert. The resort will be run by two new characters: Kai (Nestor Carbonell) and this wife Patience (Jaime Ray Newman).

Meanwhile, Season 2 also reveals what's next for Olivia and Lem's marriage, how Manfred is feeling after being possessed, and, of course, more of Mr. Snuggly the cat!

Watch the trailer below and click through the gallery above for an exclusive look at the Season 2 gallery art:

Midnight, Texas, Season 2 Premiere, Friday, October 26, 9/9c, NBC