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Friday Night Lights - The Second Season


Overview - Football is one of the most popular sports in America, but in Texas it's closer to religion. This Emmy Award-winning show uses the game as a focal point for each episode's structure--but the gridiron action often takes the backseat to the more pressing issues of life in Middle America.  Read more...

 

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Overview

Football is one of the most popular sports in America, but in Texas it's closer to religion. This Emmy Award-winning show uses the game as a focal point for each episode's structure--but the gridiron action often takes the backseat to the more pressing issues of life in Middle America. The real star of the show is the fictional town of Dillon, a place that represents the struggle of hardworking yet flawed human beings getting through another year of life in a small town. The local team, the Panthers, may be headed for the top, but can their coach (EARLY EDITION's Kyle Chandler) and the players keep it together as the pressure of their personal lives threatens to knock them down? This collection presents the second season of the documentary-style series.

Cast List

Aimee Teegarden - Actor in FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS (Television Series)
Taylor Kitsch - Actor in FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS (Television Series)
Brian Grazer - Producer
Zach Gilford - Actor in FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS (Television Series)
Kyle Chandler - American Actor
Scott Porter - Actor in FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS (Television Series)
Gaius Charles - Actor in FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS (Television Series)
Peter Berg - American actor/director
Peter Winkler Berg - American actor/director
Minka Kelly - Actor in FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS (Television Series)
Connie Britton - Actress/"Brothers..."

 
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"Kyle Chandler still says more with a few words than most actors say with a monologue." -- Grade: B+ - 05/01/2008 Entertainment Weekly, p.106

 
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