Arnaud Archives

Arnaud Archives is your newest online resource dedicated to Canadian actor, François Arnaud. You may know him for his roles in television shows such as The Borgias and Blindspot, and in films such as I Killed My Mother and The Man Who Was Thursday. He currently stars in the new NBC series, Midnight Texas, as Manfred Bernardo. Thank you for visiting the site, and come back soon for the latest updates on François.

François Arnaud Joins ‘UnREAL’ Season 4

10.24.2017

François is one of the six new faces we’ll be seeing in the fourth season of UnREAL! It’s going to be quite a long wait though. The third season hasn’t even started airing yet, which is slated to premiere on February 26, 2018. Don’t worry, Midnighters, TVLine assured in the article that François will still be available for Midnight, Texas should the show gets a second season. For now, here’s a short description on François character:

TOMMY | (Arnaud), “a charming and ambitious game producer who has been plucked out of basic cable and given a shot at the big leagues.”

Midnight, Texas Season Finale Screencaps

09.25.2017

What a way to end such an amazing season! Possessed-Manfred was so awesome, as weird as that may sound. And Midnight as a tourist destination? We need a Season 2! Sorry for the delay, I have updated the gallery with high-resolution screencaps from the season finale of Midnight, Texas.

Midnight, Texas Season Finale Stills & Promo

09.17.2017

Can’t believe we’re already at the end of the season! Don’t miss the season finale of Midnight, Texas, entitled The Virgin Sacrifice, tomorrow on NBC.

With Hell literally about to erupt onto Witch Light Road, and Fiji (Parisa Fitz-Henley) about to be claimed by the Demon who has been tormenting her, Manfred (François Arnaud) leads the Midnighters to take back their home from the evil forces that occupy it. As Bobo (Dylan Bruce) turns his attention to saving Fiji, Olivia (Arielle Kebbel) and Creek (Sarah Ramos) confront the wraiths. Manfred focuses on killing the demon and closing the veil with the help of Lem (Peter Mensah), Joe (Jason Lewis), and the Rev (Yul Vazquez). Manfred takes a desperate gamble and risks his life by asking for help from an unlikely source.