Friday Night Lights

‘Friday Night Lights’ Creator Developing FOX’s Greek God Drama ‘Olympus’
‘Friday Night Lights’ Creator Developing FOX’s Greek God Drama ‘Olympus’
From gods of the stadium, to the gods of 'Olympus,' Peter Berg sure is keeping busy these days. A 'Friday Night Lights' movie still languishes in development hell, but Berg's next project might be a reel doozy if taken to series. We've just learned that Berg has set his sights on developing 'Olympus,' a Greek god drama with a modern twist, complimenting a FOX development slate that includes yet an
‘Friday Night Lights’ Show-Runner Jason Katims Next to Adapt ‘About A Boy’ For TV
‘Friday Night Lights’ Show-Runner Jason Katims Next to Adapt ‘About A Boy’ For TV
Clear eyes and full hearts may not be able to lose, but it sounds like 'Friday Night Lights' fans are going to have to keep their Panthers jerseys hung up a bit longer, as instead of the long-awaited movie, series show-runner Jason Katims is headed back to TV with another book/movie combination in mind.  The acclaimed director will next take 2002 Hugh Grant vehicle 'About A Boy' to an NBC series,
‘Parenthood’ Season 4 Scouts Another ‘Friday Night Lights’ Alum
‘Parenthood’ Season 4 Scouts Another ‘Friday Night Lights’ Alum
Boy, that Jason Katims just can't get enough of 'Friday Night Lights.'  And who could blame him?  absent a 'Friday Night Lights' movie to direct, the former 'FNL' and current 'Parenthood' show-runner is about to add his sixth alum to the on-the-bubble parenting drama for a major recurring season 4 role, but as whom?  Will he have clear eyes, and a full heart?  Can he lose?
Is the ‘Friday Night Lights’ Movie Ready to Kick Off?
Is the ‘Friday Night Lights’ Movie Ready to Kick Off?
"Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose" still might provide an endless source of inspiration for fans of 'Friday Night Lights,' but ever since the series ended and talk of a movie has kicked around the way most TV shows always do, it's been hard to keep the faith.  So according to the show's creator and stars, what's the spread on whether or not it really happens?