Friday Night Lights

Friday, May 28 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

Homecoming at the newly reopened school prompts Coach Taylor to investigate East Dillon’s history, and Tami feels the wrath of the boosters. Meanwhile, Tim and Matt bond during a spur-of-the-moment hunting trip; Jess has two suitors in Landry and Vince; and Julie and Devin go to a gay bar.

Friday, May 21 � 8pm ET/PT on Global

�In the Skin of a Lion�

Eric betrays Tami�s trust when the Lions need new uniforms, and tensions between Vince and Luke threaten the team�s already meagre chances on the field. Meanwhile, Tim helps Eric condition his players, and Julie resists going to church.

Friday, May 14 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

A controversy at West Dillon puts a star player on the Lions’ roster; Eric tries to pick up his team’s spirits. Meanwhile, Matt has a run-in with a local artist, and Riggins finds a new living situation in an unlikely place.

Friday, May 7 – 8pm ET/PT *Season Premiere* on Global

In the fourth season premiere, Eric assembles his new team, the East Dillon Lions. Meanwhile, Tami tries to adapt to the new atmosphere in West Dillon; Matt deals with the realities of life as a townie; and Riggins struggles with college.

The writer-producer team of Friday Night Lights and Caprica have inked a new multi-year deal with 20th Century Fox.

Patrick Masset and John Zinman have put pen to paper and will work exclusively for the studio for the next two years.

The pair, who met a Fountainhead Theatre Company in the early 1990’s, will develop new ideas and staff upcoming studio dramas.

“They show tremendous flexibility and diversity in terms of the types of shows they’ve worked on,” said Gary Newman, chairman of 20th TV. “On ‘Friday Night Lights’ they showed great skill writing character, and they spent time on ‘Caprica’ and showed they can write genre. We can push them in almost any direction, and they have the skill to knock it out of the park.”

20th Century pilots Ride Along, Midland, and Breakout Kings could be in line for development should they receive series orders.

“We’re really excited to grow our business and find a home for our company,” Zinman said of the deal.

The pair are currently closing out the fifth and final season of Friday Night Lights.

Source: THR

Friday, April 10 – 9pm ET/PT

In the third season finale, Eric and his contract are up for discussion. Lyla and Tim talk about their future together. Mindy and Billy’s wedding day has finally come. Tyra waits for some hopefully happy news about her waiting list status.

Friday, April 3 – 9pm ET/PT

The McCoys’ and Taylors’ friendship is on thin ice after Joe and J.D.’s scuffle; Buddy tries to make amends with Lyla; Tyra and Landry try to rekindle their romance.

Friday, March 27 – 9pm ET/PT

Saracen’s grandmother’s mental health rapidly deteriorates; Lyla learns that she has been accepted to her dream college; tensions between Joe and J.D. escalate.

Friday, March 20 – 9pm ET/PT on E!

Buddy Garrity (Brad Leland) has a run-in with the law and is forced to come clean about his financial troubles to Lyla (Minka Kelly). Landry (Jesse Plemons) agrees to tutor Tyra (Adrianne Palicki) for the SAT’s, but he quickly reaches a breaking point. J.D. (guest star Jeremy Sumpter) meets a girl at school but his dad Joe (D.W. Moffett) worries that his son is losing his focus on football.

Friday, March 13 at 9pm ET/PT on E!

All eyes are on Dillon as the Panthers’ playoff game is chosen as the nationally televised “high school game of the week.” In the midst of their senior year, Riggins debates whether or not to meet with a college coach and Saracen must deal with his grandmother’s feelings about his college future. Meanwhile, Tyra sees the truth about Cash and finds herself in a desperate situation.