Type
Scripted
Premiered
Oct. 03, 2006
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
The 101 TV Network
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Friday Night Lights

Eric Taylor, a first-time high school football coach, finds himself helming a stellar team that has a real chance to make it to the top. The stakes are high, the reward is sweet, and the pressure is immense. Can Eric take his boys all the way while keeping their morale and morality intact?

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05x13 Always Aired: Feb. 09, 2011

The Taylors face several decisions that could change their lives forever.

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The show had 5 seasons and 76 episodes air between 2006 and 2010.

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'Friday Night Lights' Movie A No Go
Brace yourself, Friday Night Lights fans: the anticipated follow-up movie is dead, according to executive producer, Peter Berg. Rumors of doing a movie have been circulating for years after the show ended in 2011 after five seasons. Berg stated “There’s not gonna be a movie. We talked about it, some people thought it was a good idea, some didn’t; I’ve come to believe it’s probably not a good idea and I seriously doubt it’s gonna happen.”

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  • Tom Arnold helped save the series from cancellation after its second season. He reportedly single-handedly arranged a dinner that would set the groundwork for DirecTV and NBC to partner…
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    Tom Arnold helped save the series from cancellation after its second season. He reportedly single-handedly arranged a dinner that would set the groundwork for DirecTV and NBC to partner together for future plans pertaining to show's airtime.
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  • Daniella Alonso (Carlotta), Austin Nichols (Noah Barnett), and Jana Kramer (Noelle) all played roles in the One Tree Hill (2003-2012) Alonso in season 2, Nichols in season 6-9, Kramer in season 7-9
  • SPOILER: In 2003, while "Friday Night Lights creator and executive producer Peter Berg was still doing research for the previous movie version of Buzz Bissinger's book, he attended a high…
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    SPOILER: In 2003, while "Friday Night Lights creator and executive producer Peter Berg was still doing research for the previous movie version of Buzz Bissinger's book, he attended a high school football game between San Antonio Madison High School and Westlake High School in which David Edwards, a 15-year-old defensive back for Madison, was paralyzed after a collision with a Westlake receiver. Berg took that incident as the inspiration for Jason Street's storyline in the TV series. David Edwards, who after his injury became a motivational speaker, died in 2008 of pneumonia, three days shy of his 21st birthday.
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