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MIDNIGHT, MASS TV show back on

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After years of development, the Midnight, MASS TV show — based on the Vertigo comic from long ago– is back on again, set to broadcast on NBC, albeit minus the “Mass” part of the name.

Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts are on board to write the project for Warner Bros. TV and studio-based Jinks/Cohen Co.

“Midnight,” which has received a script commitment with penalty from the network, revolves around Adam and Julia Kadmons, a sophisticated, sexy, globe-trotting husband-and-wife team who solve mysteries and crimes of the supernatural.

John Rozum’s “Midnight, Mass.” has been among the most heavily pursued of DC Comics’ properties for a TV series adaptation by sister company WBTV.


According to the piece, over a dozen attempts at developing the show have been made over the years.

A high five to comic creator John Rozum, who developed this idea over a decade ago.

  1. That is amazing. I discovered the series a while back. I almost disliked it as much as I loved it as it was similar to an idea I had in the back of my head. Being from the Salem / northern MA area, I kept wondering why no one did a paranormal show set around here. This series did that and then some. Wonderful characters and creepy things that go bump in the night. The Kadmons would be amazing on TV.

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