‘Midnight, Texas’ Season 2 finale spoilers: Manfred’s sacrifice, bloodbath in ‘Yasss, Queen’

Midnight, Texas

“Midnight, Texas” Season 2 episode 9 titled “Yasss, Queen” will air on December 28, 2018 on NBC. It is the final episode of the second season of the supernatural drama series.

Viewers can expect bloodbath from “Yasss, Queen.” Manfred Bernardo (François Arnaud) is expected to step up in the finale amid the battle between the powerful coven and the forces for good.

“The end of the season is quite dark,” “Midnight, Texas” executive producer Eric Charmelo told TV Insider. “(It is) literally a bloodbath. We’ve been killing off characters you’d never think we could.”

Charmelo revealed that Manfred will make “quite a sacrifice to gain a victory” in the “Midnight, Texas” Season 2 finale. The executive producer added that this sacrifice “will come at a price.”

There would have been no chaos if Patience Lucero (Jaime Ray Newman) did not come to town to open a healing spa. This Southern belle brought death, destruction and Dark Witches.

Midnight is now under the rule of Dark Witches. What they desire is nothing but to rule the world after destroying all goodness and light, executive producer Nicole Snyder said.

On the other hand, the surviving Midnighters can still save their town although it is not going to be easy. The only thing they need to do is to band together.

Aside from Manfred and Patience, “Yasss, Queen” will also feature Bobo Winthrop (Dylan Bruce), Fiji Cavanaugh (Parisa Fitz-Henley), Olivia Charity (Arielle Kebbel), Joe Strong (Jason Lewis), Lemuel Bridger (Peter Mensah) and Kai Lucero (Nestor Carbonell). It will mark the return of Xylda (Joanne Camp), who last appeared in “Midnight, Texas” Season 2 episode titled “Head Games.”

In “Midnight, Texas” Season 2 episode 8 titled “Patience is a Virtue,” Manfred and Kai collaborated to fight the same enemy. On the other hand, Olivia and Bobo tried to find a way to have Fiji back to their side.

Here is a clip from the “Midnight, Texas” Season 2 finale:

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