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Breaking News: Friday Night Lights Picked Up For Two More Seasons!

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One of Blindie’s favorite TV series Friday Night Lights is officially coming back for two more 13-episode seasons, E! Online confirms.

Like this season’s arrangement, the next two seasons will first air on DirecTV and later on NBC. Yes, we non-DirecTV peeps will be sad to get the episodes later in the season, but it’s better than being canceled!

“The reality is that to have the opportunity to create something new with [this show] every day is just the greatest gift,” show star Connie Britton (who plays the coach’s wife and school principal) said before the news broke. “It would be great if we had another season.”

The only sad thing is current Dylan High seniors, including Taylor Kitsch’s Riggins, Minka Kelly’s Lyla, Zach Gilford’s Matt Saracen and Adrianne Palicki’s Tyra, are graduating and may be moving on from the show!

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Breaking News: Friday Night Lights Picked Up For Two More Seasons!

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One of Blindie’s favorite TV series Friday Night Lights is officially coming back for two more 13-episode seasons, E! Online confirms.

Like this season’s arrangement, the next two seasons will first air on DirecTV and later on NBC. Yes, we non-DirecTV peeps will be sad to get the episodes later in the season, but it’s better than being canceled!

“The reality is that to have the opportunity to create something new with [this show] every day is just the greatest gift,” show star Connie Britton (who plays the coach’s wife and school principal) said before the news broke. “It would be great if we had another season.”

The only sad thing is current Dylan High seniors, including Taylor Kitsch’s Riggins, Minka Kelly’s Lyla, Zach Gilford’s Matt Saracen and Adrianne Palicki’s Tyra, are graduating and may be moving on from the show!

Categories: TV.

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  1. Just like a specialist on this issue personally, I find that you have put up some great tips on this website. Reading from other useful blogs like this can be very important in boosting your knowledge and making you stand out as a true expert. Most people continue to have problems because they do not visit and read websites like yours. Hence, they continue to spending some time and money looking for various other solutions which will not offer any authentic breakthrough. Thank you.

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