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The series uses this small-town backdrop to address many issues facing contemporary American culture, including family values, school funding, racism, drugs, abortion and lack of economic opportunities.
It aired for two seasons on NBC. In May , the series was renewed for a second season to consist of 19 episodes, but due to the writer's strike , it was shortened to 15 episodes.
Although the show had garnered critical acclaim and passionate fans, the series suffered low ratings and was in danger of cancellation after the second season.
Though Friday Night Lights never garnered a sizable audience,  it was a critical success, lauded for its realistic portrayal of Middle America and deep exploration of its central characters.
Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton also scored multiple nominations for the Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress awards for a drama series.
Chandler and Katims each won the Emmy in Friday Night Lights was inspired by H. The book, which explores the season of the Permian Panthers , a high school football team in Odessa, Texas , was a factual work of documentary journalism.
The people featured were not renamed in the book. Once filming on the movie was completed, Berg began to explore adapting the story for television.
Berg later said he had regretted having to jettison many of the interpersonal topics from the book because of the time constraints of a feature film.
Creating a TV series, particularly one based on fictional characters, allowed him to address many of those elements in-depth. He decided to set the series in a fictional town of Dillon, Texas, with some characteristics of Odessa.
The football team was given the Panthers name. Berg deliberately carried elements from the film to the series, particularly for the pilot, which was closely related to the film.
Filming for the show's pilot began in February in Austin, Texas. Berg said he required filming the pilot and eventually the show in Texas as "a deal breaker" in order to agree to participate weekly in the project.
The show features homages to its Texas heritage. The Dillon Panther football team and coaches' uniforms were based on the uniforms of the Pflugerville Panthers.
Some of the scenes were filmed at Texas School for the Deaf. Berg's observation of local high school students while preparing to film the movie inspired his development of some of the characters.
For example, Jason Street, the character whose promising football career is ended by a spinal injury in the pilot, was inspired by a local event.
Berg was at the game when this accident occurred; he was profoundly affected by Edwards' injury and how it overturned his life.
Berg set up a similar incident in the pilot. While relying on a script each week, the producers decided at the outset to allow the cast leeway in what they said and did on the show.
Their decisions could affect the delivery of their lines and the blocking of each scene. If the actors felt that something was untrue to their character or a mode of delivery didn't work, they were free to change it, provided they still hit the vital plot points.
This freedom was complemented by filming without rehearsal and without extensive blocking. Camera operators were trained to follow the actors, rather than having the actors stand in one place with cameras fixed around them.
The actors knew that the filming would work around them. Executive producer Jeffrey Reiner described this method as "no rehearsal, no blocking, just three cameras and we shoot.
Working in this fashion profoundly influenced everyone involved with the show. Friday Night Lights is unusual for using actual locations rather than stage sets and sound stage.
These factors together with reliance on filming hundreds of locals as extras, gives the series an authentic feel and look. The producers used a documentary-style filming technique.
Three cameras were used for each shoot and entire scenes were shot in one take. In contrast, most productions film a scene from each angle and typically repeat the scene several times while readjusting lighting to accommodate each shot.
The first takes usually made the final cut. By filming a scene all at once, the producers tried to create an environment for the actors that was more organic and allowed for the best performances.
The series borrowed the uniforms, cheerleaders, fans and stadium of the Pflugerville Panthers. Producers shot Pflugerville games and used them as game footage in the series.
The facilities, colors and bobcat logos of Texas State University in San Marcos were used as the setting and creative inspiration for the fictional Texas Methodist University.
The show features the fictional Herrmann Field, named for George Herrmann, the head coach of the Pflugerville Panthers. Some scenes were filmed outside Texas.
On June 20, , scenes were filmed at Temple University , which was to portray the fictional Braemore College. Initially targeted at the youth market, the show emphasized the football element.
NBC teamed with social networking site Bebo to create a site that allowed students to upload video and photos, as well as create blogs about their local football teams.
These kits included posters, pom-poms , mini-footballs and disposable cameras, all bearing the show's logo. The kits also contained copies of the show's pilot episode on DVD.
It was open to high school students ages 14 to 18 and was designed to draw people to the show's official website, where they could download AOL Instant Messenger icons, screensavers and desktop wallpaper.
Students who registered could also download free movie theater passes to special early screenings of the pilot episode. These movie theater screenings took place in 50 cities nationwide and ran until a week before the show premiered on NBC.
In the later part of the season, NBC chose to switch course and pursue the female demographic. NBC Marketing President Vince Manze stressed that the goal was to ensure viewers that the show was family and relationships as well as athletics.
The network ran second spots in movie theaters that featured cast members and fans being interviewed about the show. The show features Panthers' football coach Eric Taylor Kyle Chandler , who strives to balance his work, family, status in a sometimes confrontational community and his personal ambitions.
Coach Taylor and Tami are the only two characters to appear in every episode. Outside of the Taylor family, the show explores the lives of the Dillon high school football players.
In the pilot, Coach Taylor's protege and star quarterback Jason Street Scott Porter suffers an in-game spinal injury that ends his football career.
He faces life as a paraplegic. At first, Street struggles with these disabilities and the upturn of his life. Gradually, he copes with his new reality.
Lyla Garrity Minka Kelly , his girlfriend, undergoes her own changes, making a transition from a Panthers cheerleader to a Christian youth leader.
Because of Street's injury, sophomore Matt Saracen Zach Gilford , who is quiet and reserved, becomes the Panthers' starting quarterback.
He eventually dates the coach's daughter, Julie. Saracen's father is serving as a soldier in Iraq, so he is the sole caretaker for his grandmother Lorraine Saracen Louanne Stephens.
Saracen receives little help, except from his best friend Landry Clarke Jesse Plemons. Fullback Tim Riggins Taylor Kitsch struggles with alcoholism and complicated family problems.
His older brother Billy Riggins Derek Phillips , while not his legal guardian, serves as Tim's caretaker.
Tyra Collette Adrianne Palicki stars as a town vixen who wants to leave Dillon for a better life. Involved with Riggins, Tyra eventually develops a complicated relationship with Landry Clarke.
The fourth season introduces several new characters, including Vince Howard Michael B. Jordan , a talented athlete who has never played football before, but he rises to stardom as the team's quarterback.
Luke Cafferty Matt Lauria is a running back and is romantically with Becky Sproles Madison Burge , a beauty-queen hopeful who has complicated family issues; Becky also develops a deep relationship with Riggins.
Jess Merriweather Jurnee Smollett , an East Dillon student who works at her father's restaurant and cares for her three younger brothers; she briefly dates Landry and has a relationship with Vince; and shows aspirations of being a football coach.
Hastings Ruckle Grey Damon is introduced in the fifth season, a basketball player turned football player, who serves as a receiver for the Lions. Season one revolves around two main events: Coach Eric Taylor beginning as head coach and the injury and paralysis of star quarterback Jason Street in the first game of the season.
Coach Taylor's career depends on his ability to get the Dillon Panthers to the state championship, despite the loss of Street.
If the team suffers a losing streak, he knows his family will no longer be welcome in Dillon. His wife Tami Taylor begins work as a guidance counselor at the local high school.
Over the course of the season, she becomes a support and a mentor to many of the students, and her position plays a pivotal role in the season finale.
Jason Street and Matt Saracen each struggle within extremely difficult conditions. Street must learn to live with his disability in a town that worships athletics.
Saracen has to face new challenges as a lead athlete. As Street's friendship with Herc, his rehab roommate and wheelchair rugby teammate, grows stronger, so do his will and independence.
For the quiet Matt, who seldom plays football, his new role of QB1 calls for a different part of him.
Motherless, he also cares for his grandmother while his father is fighting in Iraq. Matt falls in love with Coach Taylor's daughter, Julie, who loathes Texas small town life and dislikes football.
She falls for Matt and their relationship slowly blossoms over the season. Also explored is the pressure on the cocky, driven Brian "Smash" Williams.
Easily the most promising player on the Panthers' roster, he works hard to achieve excellence and sees his future career as instrumental in gaining a better life for him and his family.
Since his father was killed in a car accident, his mother Corrina has taken multiple jobs to keep the family afloat.
Smash decides to take performance-enhancing drugs to ensure he can gain a college football scholarship. Tim Riggins is struggling with alcoholism and absentee parents, with few prospects beyond high school.
He is portrayed as a loyal friend with a good heart. Tyra Collette also comes from a broken home; her mother suffers abusive relationships with men.
Thanks to counselor Tami Taylor and Landry Clarke — the school math geek and Saracen's best friend — Tyra starts to see hope that she might get out of Dillon and break the cycle of women in her family.
Meanwhile, Lyla Garrity undergoes significant changes. Faced with Jason's injury, she begins seeing Riggins for some comfort. Jason begins growing closer to another woman.
Lyla learns about her father's many adulterous affairs and begins to establish her independence. Tami is struggling with the demands of the new baby and Julie's rebellious behavior.
The Panthers' new coach, Bill McGregor, creates friction between Smash and Matt by showing blatant favoritism to Smash, drives Tim so hard he passes out during practice from dehydration and is hospitalized, alienates assistant coach Jason Street by his condescending manner, and alienates Boosters president Buddy Garrity by barring him from team practices.
When Smash and Matt actually come to blows on the field and a crucial game is won by Smash, Buddy engineers the firing of the new coach and persuades Taylor that both the team and his family are suffering in his absence.
Taylor agrees to return. Julie continues to act out. She ends her romantic relationship with Matt, whom she sees as turning into a replica of her father, and pursues an older man, "the Swede," who works with her as a lifeguard at the local pool.
When she finds the Swede has no interest in a serious relationship, she begins a friendship with a young teacher that her mother feels is inappropriate.
Tami confronts the teacher at school, but some students overhear the conversation and spread rumors about Julie; Julie is mortified and furious at her mother.
Tim is kicked off the team after missing a week of practice when he leaves on the spur of the moment to go with Jason Street to Mexico to look for a treatment for Jason's paralysis.
On returning to Dillon, Tim finds that a neighbor woman, with whom he had a brief affair, is now seeing his brother Billy and has all but moved into their house.
Tim moves out but has trouble finding another place to live and ultimately returns. Coach Taylor allows him to rejoin the team after he shows up at practice and on his own initiative apologizes to everyone on the team for his lack of commitment.
Lyla Garrity becomes increasingly involved in an organization for young Christians. As part of a religious outreach program, she befriends a young convict, Santiago Herrera, who is released from juvenile detention shortly after they first meet.
She gets him a job at her father Buddy's car dealership. Buddy encourages Santiago to try out for football after noticing his superior speed and coordination.
When Taylor expresses interest in the boy, it is discovered that his legal guardian has left town and he has no adult in his life.
Buddy agrees to take legal responsibility for him. Smash is courted by a number of college recruiters. He makes it clear his priority is a quick route to the NFL, leading to tension between him and his mother, who insists his priority should be getting an education.
Smash accepts a scholarship to the prestigious TMU. However, Smash punches a white teenager who sexually harasses his sister when they're at the movies.
This turns into a blown-out-of-proportion racial incident, and Smash is deemed someone who has "character issues. He later commits to Whitmore University, a smaller historically black college that is more highly regarded for its academics than its athletic programs.
The football coach at Whitmore has a strong relationship with Coach Taylor, and had been scouting Smash since he was in middle school.
Matt begins a relationship with a cheerleader before leaving her for his grandmother's new live-in nurse, Carlotta.
Additionally, the early season follows an arc where Landry kills and hides the body of a man who attempted to rape Tyra, leading to a romance between the two.
Eventually, guilt builds within Landry and he confesses. Charges are not pressed, although tension between him and Tyra remains. Landry also joins the football team.
Jason Street impregnates a woman in what was supposed to be a one-night stand at the end of season two. Jason pleads with the woman to keep the child and promises to take care of the two.
This season ends on a cliffhanger due to the Writers' Strike. Seven of the 22 episodes NBC ordered for Season 2 weren't made.
The season began with Coach Taylor failing to lead the Panthers to another State championship the year before, creating new pressure for him.
Quarterback Matt Saracen's position is threatened by the arrival of freshman J. McCoy, an amazing natural talent who comes from a rich family with an overbearing father, Joe.
Matt moves to wide receiver after Taylor names J. Tyra starts dating a cowboy named Cash, leading to complications in her relationship with Landry.
Tim and Lyla start dating. Tami Taylor becomes the principal of Dillon High School and fights with Buddy Garrity about the allocation of funds toward a Jumbotron.
Smash Williams, who injured his knee during the previous year's playoffs, rediscovers his love for the game. Matt and Julie reconcile and rekindle their romance.
Lyla helps Tim pursue a college football scholarship. Tim initially puts off the recruiter and is concerned Lyla is trying to turn him into someone he's not by encouraging him to pursue college, but he sees she's looking out for his best interests.
Buddy loses money, which is Lyla's college fund, in a bad business deal and he retaliates by trashing the strip club, The Landing Strip.
Lyla wants to attend Vanderbilt University and after Buddy loses the money, she considers going to San Antonio State University, the school that gives Tim a scholarship.
Lyla moves in with Tim after she and her father have a fight. Billy Riggins gets engaged to Tyra's older sister Mindy. Mindy is pregnant at the time of their engagement.
Jason Street eventually finds a job at a sports agency in New York City, after visiting a former Panthers player who is now playing professionally, and moves to the northeast to be close to his girlfriend and newborn baby.
Matt is pushed back into his former football role in the playoffs. While Eric Taylor and Buddy Garrity were making a visit to a possible recruit who just moved into town, the coach learns of a plot to have him replaced as head coach of the Dillon Panthers.
After the school's administration meets to decide who gets the coaching job, Aikmen is offered the job at Dillon High School, while Taylor is offered the job of coaching at recently reopened East Dillon High School.
Billy and Mindy's wedding ends the season. The team, field and conditions are a complete change from the privileged and sparkling conditions at West Dillon.
East Dillon High resembles Odessa High from the source novel Friday Night Lights , Permian High's sister school and the home of the Odessa Bronchos, with whom they have an annual rivalry match which divides the town.
Additionally, Odessa High and East Dillon are both underfunded and considered inferior compared to their rival school, and serve a predominantly poor minority community.