When they struggled, we held our breath. When they lost, we felt their pain. And when they won, we cheered them on again and again. 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, high school principal, faces scrutiny of her own as she takes constant blame from angry parents. But even through 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, kept 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.
Relive the spirit of this small town with a big heart: from the pride and pitfalls of high school football to the intimate relationships between lovers, parents and friends. CLEAR EYES, FULL HEARTS, CAN'T LOSE!
For the first time ever, Friday Night Lights - The Complete Series
is going to be released on high-def Blu-ray Disc! All five seasons of the show will be packaged together in one 13-BD set, coming to stores this fall courtesy of Mill Creek Entertainment.
Priced at $99.99 SRP, its hot cast includes Kyle Chandler (Bloodline
), Connie Britton (Nashville
), Aimee Teegarden (Rings, Notorious
), Taylor Kitcsh (American Assassin, Lone Survivor
), Minka Kelly (The Path
), Adrianne Palicki (The Orville
), Scott Porter (Hart of Dixie
), Jesse Plemons (TV's Fargo
), Michael B. Jordan (Creed
), and many more!
This will be available at stores on September 12th
. On the same date, Mill Creek will also re-release Friday Night Lights - The Complete Series
on DVD (this title was originally available on the format back in 2011, from Universal Studios Home Entertainment). The 13-DVD edition will cost $69.98 SRP, and is intended for fans who don't own the complete series on DVD yet, but aren't able to use the Blu-ray edition.
Here's a look at the front of the box for both formats of Mill Creek's release: