With two Emmy-Award winners in its lines, Friday Night Light was a great show that explored the deep nuances of Middle America in a small, closely knit town. The series lasted for only five seasons and ended up being a coproduction between DirecTV and NBC. The series is gone, the legacy still remains. If you have never watched it, these are the most popular chapters you might like watching.
Nubiles Entertainment (Adult Series)
Nubiles ET should be considered a sequel to the series, because while it’s not part of Friday Night Light it covers a lot of TV shows in a twisted scenery. Nubiles studio came up with this idea to bring a pinch of porn into popular series that you watch. Think of Game of Thrones episode – in porn version. Think of Sabrina’s Adventures with an adult plot. This is what happens on Nubiles ET!
New York, New York (Season 3, Episode 8)
It is not easy to balance the right amount of nostalgia without being cheesy and staying on the right track. This episode is a way of saying goodbye to the Street character. We will continue to see him on the series, but he leaves for the big city with nothing but high hopes and thin air. This is a great chapter to get into the series dynamics.
Leave No One Behind (Season 2, Episode 14)
This is an episode about empathy, loving and caring for someone else. The showers scene in which Saracen cries claiming he is unworthy and unloved and the comfort that the coach gives him is deeply touching. If you don´t become emotional about it, check your heart!
Pilot (Season 1, Episode 1)
Friday Night Light´s pilot is a master class on how a pilot should be made. It has the right balance between action and introduction. Also, the building tension and the off-camera interviews with the tragedy ending make it a gem in modern television. This is a pilot everybody should learn from.
The Son (Season 4, Episode 5)
This episode moves between two important storylines and does it in style. On one hand, we have Saracen´s dad death and on the other Vince´s struggle to provide for a family with a drug-addicted mom. It is the struggle of middle-class young kids whose parents failed and have to take on bigger responsibilities they should.
Mud Bowl (Season 1, Episode 20)
Watching an entire cast rolling in the mud for an hour is not a bad attraction. If you add to it the fact that the entire town and the players are aligned together to achieve a goal, you get a great episode. The closely-knit plot and characters inspire us to be part of something larger than ourselves.
These are just five chapters of a series that was amazing. Do yourself a favor and watch it.
It really is a quite difficult to conceive a realistic approach for a TV Show and then earn the sizeable audience that the show actually deserves. Same has been the case with Friday Night Lights; it had the exceptional realistic plot that included the deep exploration of central America and also some very sound characterization of the cast but still failed to achieve the targeted number of audience.