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Connie Britton's 4 Favorite Friday Night Lights Scenes

Connie Britton has revealed 4 of her favorite Friday Night Lights scenes and it will have you reminiscing about the outstanding series.

Friday Night Lights Is Finally Streaming Again

The series can once again be binged with clear eyes and full hearts.

How Jesse Plemons Feels Now About Friday Night Lights' Murder Plotline

NBC's beloved high school drama Friday Night Lights took a shocking turn when it featured a murder plotline. Now we know how series star Jesse Plemons feels about it as he looks back at that time.

How Taylor Kitsch Would Feel About A Friday Night Lights Reunion

Taylor Kitsch shared the odds of him returning to television to play Tim Riggins.

7 Television Shows Better Than The Films They Are Based On

TV is never free from shows based on hit movies from yesteryear, and we've pulled together seven small screen adaptations that totally out-do their big screen counterparts.

How Friday Night Lights' Writers Defend That Dumb Murder Plot

NBC's Friday Night Lights was a pretty stellar show from start to finish, but the murder plot of Season 2 definitely wasn't one of its best. The writers have now shared their thoughts on why they did what they did with the story.

Two Friday Night Lights Characters Could Have Had An Affair

Friday Night Lights was a critical hit for its five years on the air, and one of the most successful elements was the dynamic between a couple of its characters. Now we know of a plot twist that could have happened to mess things up.

10 Great Shows To Stream On Netflix This Summer

Summer can be a rough time for TV fans while most of the big shows are on hiatus until fall. Luckily, Netflix has a vast library of shows available, and some are absolutely perfect to bingewatch over the summer. Here are 10 of them.

Watch Amy Schumer's Hilariously Dark Friday Night Lights Spoof

Check out Inside Amy Schumer’s hilarious spoof of Friday Night Lights and rape culture in the football world. Most uncomfortable mash-up ever? I should say so.

Watch The Parenthood And Friday Night Lights Web Series Right Now

Holy Crucifictorious! The Jason Katims-a-palooza that is Friday Night at The Luncheonette has finally arrived. Part one of the four-part web series mash up of the showrunner's two biggest shows — Friday Night Lights and Parenthood — arrived online today and it's worth getting excited about. And thank goodness because our clear eyes and full hearts have been waiting for this.

Parks And Recreation, Parenthood, Grimm, Chicago Fire Get Web Series

And just like that: everyone and their mother is getting in on the digital series game. First came the announcement that Jason Katims’ two stalwart series — >Parenthood and Friday Night Lights — were getting the tiny tube treatment, and now it seems that several other NBC series are getting the same in the wake of their series’ hiatuses, including Parks and Recreation, Grimm, and Chicago Fire. It’s almost as if the networks are taking the Internet seriously or something.

Friday Night Lights' Jurnee Smollett To Recur On Parenthood

If you're a fan of Friday Night Lights who also happens to watch Parenthood, you may have noticed that Jason Katims has a tendency to bring actors from his previous series over to the current one. It's likely how we got Michael B. Jordan, Minka Kelley and Matt Lauria, among others. And soon we can add Jurnee Smollett, another FNL beauty who's been cast to play a role in the NBC drama series.

Friday Night Lights' Zach Gilford Joins Fox Medical Drama Pilot

It looks like Zach Gilford may be giving a starring role in a medical drama another shot. While many will associate him with his role as Matt Saracen in Friday Night Lights, once the NBC football drama wrapped up, Gilford moved on to star in the short-lived medical drama Off the Map. Things didn’t go so well for the ABC series, but perhaps Gilford will have better luck with Fox’s untitled drama by Josh Berman and Robert Wright.

Parenthood's Michael B. Jordan Joins Jason Ritter In NBC's County

Michael B. Jordan, who has had roles in both Parenthood and Friday Night Lights, is set to join the hospital drama’s cast. Jordan is set to play Travis Hancock, an intern at the hospital. Like his role in Parenthood, Jordan will play an uncompromising young man who came from nothing and turned that nothing into something—in Hancock’s case, eight years of medical school.

Parenthood's Michael B. Jordan Confirmed To Guest Star On House

NBC viewers may recognize actor Michael B. Jordan from his roles on Friday Night Lights and Parenthood, however it looks like Fox may be the place to see him next on the small screen as the actor may be set to appear in an episode of the medical drama House.

Best TV Moments Of 2011: From The Darkest Timeline To A Face-Off

2011 has been a great year for television, with too many memorable moments worth mentioning. We managed to chip away at the long list of our favorite bits from this year’s TV, bringing it down to the ten best of the best. From a very dark timeline, to a big reveal and a couple of major deaths, TV had a lot to offer us this year.

NBC Buys Western From Will & Grace Alum Sean Hayes' Production Company

The show will be set in the 1880s and will tell the story of an East Coast doctor named Jacob who moves to a small town in the Colorado Rockies. Jacob specializes in mental disorders, and he will apparently use that training to solve problems in the town, rather than simply embracing the established tradition of blasting holes in anybody what done you wrong. While the show is described as having both comedy and drama elements, it sounds from their description like it might have a touch of the procedural about it as well.

Predicting The 2011 Emmy Awards: Who Should Win And Who Will

I’d be lying if I tried to claim that I was exceptionally good at predicting the Emmys. In truth, none of the awards shows are all that predictable, which is part of what makes them worth tuning in for in the first place. There’s a lot of talent in this year’s rundown of nominees. I’ve made a solid attempt to predict who will win, and I’ve thrown my own choice for who should win from each of the major categories.

NBC Picks Up Western From Friday Night Lights Producers

The series will be “a western story told from a female point of view.” Berg and Heldens will both exec produce, with Heldens writing the script. That’s not much to go on, but if they can bring the same level of writing quality to this show as they did to Friday Night Lights, this will definitely be one to watch.

Friday Night Lights Series Finale Watch: Always

There is something profoundly misguided, innocent, pessimistic, optimistic, short-sighted, prescient, beautiful, sad and uplifting about that conversation Tim and Jason had at the beginning of the pilot episode. A rather simple statement made by a misguided high school kid that turned out to define the greatest show no one ever watched.

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