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.

Midnight, Texas 1.02 Bad Moon Rising Stills & Promo

07.26.2017

Manfred (François Arnaud) tries to help one of his new neighbors, Bobo (Dylan Bruce), clear his name by talking to the murdered victim with the help of Joe (Jason Lewis). As Manfred helps his neighbors and grows closer to Creek (Sarah Ramos), they help him – specifically, Fiji (Parisa Fitz-Henley), the resident witch who performs an exorcism to rid Manfred’s home of the spirits, demonic and otherwise that haunt it. Meanwhile, the Rev (Yul Vazquez) tries to stay out of trouble while Lem (Peter Mensah) and Olivia (Arielle Kebbel) set out to stop a deadly predator before it kills again.

Midnight, Texas Off to Solid Ratings Start

07.26.2017

Great news, guys! Midnight, Texas had a great start ratings-wise. It has been labeled as the highest-rated drama series premiere this summer. Congratulations to the entire cast and crew!

DEADLINE – NBC made a seamless transition in the Monday 10 PM slot, with new supernatural drama Midnight, Texas drawing a 0.9 adults 18-49 rating and 3.6 million viewers for its premiere, on par with the Season 2 debut (and Season 2 average) in the hour for the unscripted Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge earlier this summer.

Midnight, Texas easily topped the 10 PM preview of new ABC drama Somewhere Between, which debuted to a lackluster 0.6 in the demo and 3.07 million viewers, just a tenth higher in 18-49 than the premiere of the short-lived Still Star-Crossed in the time period earlier this summer.

In Live+same day adults 18-49, Midnight, Texas ranks as the highest rated drama series premiere — new or returning — this summer and ties NBC’s recently canceled The Carmichael Show as the highest rated scripted summer series opener this summer.

François Arnaud to Star in She’s in Portland

07.25.2017

New project alert! Deadline has reported that François has joined the cast of Marc Carlini’s indie film, She’s in Portland. Exciting!

It follows two thirtysomething guys who, after a college reunion, decide to take a road trip up the California coast to find Maggie, the one that got away. Dewey plays Wes, a charismatic East Coast banker grappling with a stressful home life and a marriage that’s gone cold. Arnaud is Luke, a Los Angeles creative struggling with his career and life as a lonely single guy.

Comic-Con International 2017 – Day 3

07.23.2017

The cast of Midnight, Texas was at the San Diego Comic-Con once again, this time to do press and a panel at the convention. I have added high-quality photos into the gallery! I’m hoping the video of the full panel will be out soon, but check out the interview they did for Entertainment Weekly. I will update this post once the full panel is released.


Comic-Con International 2017 – Day 2

07.22.2017

The cast of Midnight, Texas was at the second day of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con for the show’s experience set up at the convention. Also, the cast had a book signing at the convention and was joined by Charlaine Harris, the author of the Midnight trilogy. Check out high-quality photos in our gallery, including two gorgeous portraits of François and Sarah taken at the event.


Grand Opening of Arnaud Archives

07.21.2017

Welcome to Arnaud Archives! This site aims to be your ultimate source on all things related to Canadian actor, François Arnaud. He is best known for his role as Cesare Borgia in the Showtime series, The Borgias, which aired from 2011-2013. He recently guest-starred as Oscar in the hit NBC series, Blindspot, and currently stars as Manfred Bernardo in the adaptation of Midnight, Texas on the same network.

The gallery is still incomplete, but it currently contains over 8,000 photos, and will continue to grow as I add more stuff. I have so much stuff to sort and upload, but I really wanted to have the site open before the series premiere of Midnight, Texas.

I hope you all like the site and come back soon for the latest updates! You can also follow us on Twitter at @ArnaudArchives.