Out now for Millcreek Entertainment is Friday Night Lights The Complete Series with an MSRP of $99.98 on Blu-ray. Coach Eric Taylor is the newest hire at a small town high school in Dillon, Texas. After a series of events leading to his release, Taylor is forced to build a football team from the ground up at the rival high school. His wife Tami, a high school principal, faces the scrutiny of her own as she takes the constant blame from angry parents. But even though the hardships at work, challenges at home with teen daughter Julie, and endless drama, only one thing matters: Friday night. Through five extraordinary seasons, the residents of Dillon, Texas Viewers captivated with the small town struggles, victories, and heartbreaks that resonated across America with breathtaking realness, and made Friday Night Lights a Primetime Emmy award-winning drama, one of the best series to air on TV.
Now, relive the spirit of this small town with a big heart: from the pride in pitfalls of high school football to the intimate relationships between lovers, parents, and friends. Starring Kyle Chandler ( Netflix’s Bloodline), Connie Britton ( TV’s Nashville), Aimee Teegarden ( Rings), Taylor Kitsch (Lone Survivor), Minka Kelly (Hulu’s The Path), Adrianne Palicki (TV’s The Orville), Scott Porter ( TV’s Hart of Dixie), Jesse Plemons ( TV’s Fargo), and Michael B Jordan (Creed).
My Opinion: I remember when this TV series was on seems like a long time now but it was very good and I use to watch it every week that it was on Ambien able to watch the complete series again was great. Because now that I know little bit older I can understand some of the things that I may have missed the first time around by watching it again and again. Steph only a small town feel and live in the spirit that small town still carry.
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