Next week's Midnight, Texas season finale will now be a series finale. NBC confirmed late on Friday that the supernatural drama, based on Charlaine Harris's novels, is not coming back for a third season – at least not in the Peacock Network .
TVLine has learned that NBC's parent Universal – [19459005MidnightTexas – will be offering the show in other stores.  Midnight, Texas started in 2017 as a summer series, but NBC waited until February 2018 – five months after the first season finale ̵
The 9-series run in the second year began in October with lukewarm reviews, a likely consequence of the long delay between seasons and the show's turnaround on Fridays -9 (vs. Monday at -10 in Season 1). The opener attracted 1.9 million viewers and scored a rating of 0.4, well below the first-year average (3 mils / 0.7). Midnight maintained these numbers throughout the season, with last week's seventh episode (the first in the early 20 o'clock grouper) rising to 2.4 million viewers.
TVLine's Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect Midnight, Texas & # 39; death.