SANTA FE, N.M. — The last time Charlaine Harris’ work was adapted into TV, it became the hit show “True Blood.”
Universal Television and NBC are beginning principal photography through the beginning of April for the TV pilot “Midnight, Texas.”
The series is a adaptation of Harris’ three-book series which includes “Midnight Crossroad,” “Day Shift” and “Night Shift.”
The pilot is set in the town of Midnight, Texas, where the real world and the supernatural collide in a dangerous, sexy place full of dark secrets and mysterious people.
It’s a small town where asking the wrong question or overstaying your welcome could get you killed. Stop at the one traffic light in town and everything looks normal; stay a while and learn the truth.
According to the New Mexico Film Office, the production will take place in Albuquerque and Las Vegas, N.M.