Jason Lewis: ‘Midnight, Texas’ Isn’t a Vampire Show Focused on Blood

Power up! Jason Lewis dished on demons, witches, angels and NBC’s new abnormal drama, Midnight, Texas in an disdainful talk with Us Weekly.

The Sex and a City alum, who plays Angel Joe Strong, explains that while a show— formed on True Blood author Charlaine Harris‘ book array of a same title— has visionary elements, “it’s some-more picturesque to what life is even yet it’s supernatural.” He continued, “as most as it has that abnormal element, it relies on relationships, so it’s roughly like a family play in that approach as well.”

In a series, Lewis’ impression has a ability to fly, (of course, he’s an angel!), that also only happens to be one of a “top superpowers” that he would wish to have along with “invulnerability and strength.”

One ability that a actor would pass on would be mind-reading. He reveals, “I really don’t wish to review people’s minds. we don’t wish to know what a ruin everybody’s thinking.”

As distant as Midnight, Texas goes, a 46-year-old explained, “This isn’t a vampire uncover that centers around blood. This is about interpersonal relations and people perplexing to find a refuge and strengthen that refuge opposite outward threats.”

For a array premiere, Lewis skeleton on examination with friends: “Me and a garland of friends are going to get together and lay around and have cocktails and poke fun during me for being on TV.”

Midnight, Texas premieres on NBC Monday, Jul 24 during 10 p.m. ET. 

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