Midnight Blue was a sexually themed public access cable television program that aired on Channel J in New York City.
The show debuted in 1974, as Screw publisher Al Goldstein parlayed his publishing success into a cable access show, a freeform interview program that played on the late night airwaves of Manhattan cable for more than twenty-five years.
Midnight Blue was the subject of controversy when Al Goldstein testified before the United States Supreme Court in 1995 as part of a lawsuit brought against Time Warner Cable's plan to scramble sexually explicit public access programs unless subscribers gave written consent for them. The Supreme Court ultimately ruled in Goldstein's favor in 2000.
Al Goldstein was the host and producer along with radio personality Alex Bennett.