Always: Series Finale - The Lions advance toward State as many decisions are made with implications that could change the players' futures.
Texas Whatever: The fate of East Dillon's football program is decided.
The March: The Lions are on the road to the finals as the football program is threatened by budget cuts.
Don't Go: Coach Taylor is recruited by another college program and a former player returns.
Gut Check: Coach Taylor takes measures to control the team; Becky starts a new career and Tami's relationship with Epyck grows.
Fracture: Coach Taylor worries the team is falling apart while Vince creates tension with his teammates; Tami is concerned with one of her students.
Perfect Record: A website ignites controversy for The Lions during rivalry week; Vince gets caught in a power struggle.
Swerve: Coach Taylor receives praise, while Luke and Julie's futures are altered.
Kingdom: The Lions take a road trip that impacts the lives of four players; Julie's relationship struggles.
Keep Looking: The Lions Roster changes, Becky's father re-enters her life and Tami deals with a troubled student.
The Right Hand Of The Father: When an embarrassing video shot at a rowdy football party circulates and mars the Lions' reputation, Coach struggles to impose discipline on his players.
On The Outside Looking In: To the outsiders' dismay, The Lions start their season off strong.
Expectations: Season premiere - A new football season begins with high expectations.
Get primed and ready for the final season of Friday Night Lights with this special collection of cast interviews. Join series stars Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Aimee Teegarden, Zach Gilford, Matt Lauria, Madison Burge, Adrianne Palicki, and Taylor Kitch, as they reflect back on their characters' journeys and look ahead at what's to come.
Thanksgiving: The Taylors host Thanksgiving dinner while Luke gets an offer that could take him away from the Lions. East Dillon rallies around the Lions for their big game against West Dillon.
Laboring: Tensions in town run high as the highly anticipated Panthers-Lions game approaches and Coach Taylor tells Luke he won't be playing in the big game. Elsewhere, Tami must decide if she should make a public apology.
Audiences cheer the first season of this poignant and powerful drama. The intimate storytelling and the inspired performances involve the viewer with an authentic portrait of life, love, family, and friendships that really hits home.
The award-winning series returns for an emotional and spectacular final season, and everyone is playing for keeps. Will the Lions go state? Will the coach leave the team? That may be the least of the town's worries in the powerful series finale that culminates in a true championship ending to the popular show.
Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler) returns from his new position to witness his daughter?s birth ? only to face pressure from a family and town that feel he?s abandoned them.
A redistricting plan leaves Dillon divided. Coach Taylor is faced with the daunting task of building an East Dillon Lions football team from scratch. Tensions follow him off the field as he and Tami find themselves increasingly at odds with one another and the roles the redistricting has forced upon them. Julie decides to join her dad and Landry at East Dillon. Meanwhile, recent graduate Tim Riggins struggles with his plans for the future. Vince, whose incredible speed positions him as the Lions best and possibly only hope, lacks the discipline and temper of a true team player. He instantly clashes with the team's new rising star, running back Luke. Other newcomers include Jess, an expert in the sport who will prove to be a crucial part of the new team.
The critically-acclaimed drama is back on NBC with a new season, and this time, there's no telling what the future holds for the town of Dillon. When freshman hotshot J.D. McCoy shows off his arm, the town gets McCoy fever and Matt Saracen is demoted to QB2. An injury brings a sudden end to Smash's dreams, Riggins is convinced into a local money-making scheme and Lyla is accepted to a prestigious university -- but her hopes are crushed when her dad reveals a dire secret. Tyra leaves town and Landry is left questioning his feelings. And when Julie realizes she still has a thing for Matt, is it too late? Coach Taylor continues to juggle his responsibilities and growing pressures while his wife Tami has her hands full with a new career as the Dillon high school principal.
Friday Night Lights movie trailer - starring Billy Bob Thornton, Jay Hernandez, Derek Luke, Lucas Black, Garrett Hedlund. Directed by Peter Berg. Theatrical Release Date: 10/8/2004
Jesse Plemons revisits Landry's journey through season three and the new bad guy in town.
Better be careful on a cruise full of booze.
Taylor talks about all the changes in Tim's life and how it will affect him in the new season.