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Friday Night Lights, Season 1HDClosed Captioning

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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. Coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) is under intense pressure from the entire town to lead the high school football team to the championship. Wife Tami (Connie Britton, also from the hit movie) provides loving support and is also a counselor at the school. The young people face their own challenges: the former star fighting to overcome a tragic injury; the cheerleader torn by conflicting emotional loyalties to two players; the quarterback overwhelmed with responsibilities on and off the field (while dating the coach's daughter); the cocky running back who's turned to performance enhancers . . . All this and more come together for a truly human drama.

Customer Reviews

sporting cliche at its best

Think of every single sporting cliche that you've seen in a movie. You know, the last minute winners, the maverick in the team, the no-hoper made good etc. Well, this series contains all of them... and it's not a bad thing, for a change. Through the series, each episode treads the line between cheesiness and credible drama, but treads it successfully, without ever lulling into the former. Great writing, directing and a fantastic cast of previous unknowns (including eye candy for men and women) mean that this series is a triumph and especially appealing to those who appreciate quality teenage drama, or drama of any kind, for that matter (and not just sports related). So, download the pilot and at least a couple more episodes and see what you think for yourselves.


awesome series but £40??!! is that a joke?


Apple. Just one simple plea. Well two in fact. Friday Night Lights is absolutely brilliant and has disappeared from ITV2. So give the poor souls who followed every minute of the first series a real thrill and start selling series two. But please, not for forty quid! You know it makes sense.