What Season 2 of "Friday Night Lights" Would Look Like
NBC is still weighing whether or not to renew its high quality drama "Friday Night Lights" as part of their new "mass with class" programming strategy. TV Guide has now leaked some storyline developments should the network greenlight the sophomore season.
Eric and Tami will work things out now that the Taylors are expecting an unexpected baby. "We can stab each other, kick each other or shoot each other," the actor said at L.A.'s Museum of Television & Radio on April 13. "But we're going to make it in the end."
FNL executive producer Peter Berg says Season 2 would be less about running backs and more about relationships. "The show will continue to explore the complexities of the personal lives of these characters, and we'll probably focus less and less on the actual game of football," he said.
But will Coach Taylor move to Austin to pursue his dream job and leave his burgeoning family behind in Dillon? "Anything could happen," Connie Britton (Tami) said. "Having a baby will create all kinds of interesting conflict and humor."
This is TELEVISIONISTA