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Although Friday Night Lights aired its final episode more than three years ago, it's only natural for you to still aspire to be like Connie Britton's lovable, badass Friday Night Lights character, Tami Taylor. For one thing, she has an incredible marriage - Coach Taylor is almost too good to be true - and for another, time and time again, Tami somehow manages to strike the perfect balance between grit and grace. For a fun blast from the past, take a look at 30 Gif-worthy reasons your life goal is to be just like Tami, then take our quiz to find out which Friday Night Lights guy you should date! »
VideosEmmy Screening Room: Empire Star Taraji P. Henson Stops the Wedding
In the one-hour drama, bravery, ingenuity and power take center stage as slaves band together in the fight of their lives, their families, their future and their freedom.
Smollett will appear as Josey, a wild-eyed runaway who doesn’t trust anyone, not even the people stationed along the way who would try to help him. »
The hourlong project, based on an original idea from Katims, is described as a sweeping examination of the often baffling, sometimes unexpected but ultimately heart-wrenching ways in which love and human connection can be found today through a vast web of seemingly unconnected people.
“Jason is one of the most gifted writers working in television or any other medium, »
The hourlong drama pilot is described as a sweeping examination of the often baffling, sometimes unexpected but ultimately heart-wrenching ways love and human connection can be found today through a vast web of seemingly unconnected people.
“Jason is one of the most gifted writers working in television or any other medium, and we are thrilled that he will be bringing his unique storytelling talents to HBO,” announced Michael Lombardo, president of HBO programming.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
As head of the company’s new TV department, Pope will work closely with Robinov as she builds and oversees Studio 8’s television business from the ground up.
The former Chernin television prez oversaw all development and production for the 20th Century Fox-based company, where she worked on Fox’s “New Girl.”
Previously, she spent a decade at NBC and NBC Universal Television Studios where she held the posts of network Evp and studio president, and developed series including “The Office,” “30 Rock,” “Friday Night Lights,” “Heroes,” “Chuck,” “Psych,” “Battlestar Galactica” and “American Dreams.” She started her entertainment career in network news and CBS and ABC News, producing documentaries. She also was a writer and producer on “Behind the Music.”
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Sure, there are plenty of reasons why Tim Riggins has your heart, but actor Taylor Kitsch is just as sexy off screen, too. The 34-year-old Canadian first won over fans as tough, hunky football hero Riggins on Friday Night Lights, and over the past few years, he's been on the big screen thanks to movies like John Carter, Battleship, and Savages. This week, he returned to the small screen with his buzzed-about role on True Detective. In other words, now is the perfect time to look back at some of his sexiest snaps from over the years, including a mix of red carpet appearances and crazy-hot magazine editorials. Brace yourself - there are some really, really good ones. »
Remember when being a TV cop meant being a cool badass instead of being an emotionally frayed burlap sack of misery?
It’s not hard to imagine Officer Frank Poncherello shaking his head in shame at True Detective‘s men and women of California law enforcement, so woeful are their backstories, so apparent is their sadness. The Season 2 opener does little more than introduce these featured cops and tee up the crime that kicks off their shared narrative — and that’s compelling enough to make you want to come back next week — but oof, is it tough to witness so much unhappiness. »
The main focus of Fear The Walking Dead will be Kim Dickins' guidance counsellor Madison, and Cliff Curtis as divorced teacher Travis. The first six-episode season is set to air sometime this Summer with a second expected to follow in 2016. Frank Dillane and Alycia Debnam Carey will also star, with Adam Davidson (Friday Night Lights, Fringe) directing the pilot. Robert Kirkman has confirmed that the series will start out as a prequel and deal with events leading up to the outbreak, but will eventually catch up to the current timeline of The Walking Dead. »
Minka Kelly dug up a pic from way back in the photo album. The 34-year-old actress Instagrammed the Tbt photo today with the caption, "Always makes for a great photo op when your dad plays the guitar instead of reading the paper in the bathroom #tbt." The Friday Night Lights actress' dad was Rick Dufay, who was briefly the guitar player for Aerosmith from 1980-1984. Looks like all of daddy's bathroom practice paid off! Imagine Mr. Dufay playing "Dream On" on the can! Despite being right next to the potty, the soon to be superstar is looking super cute. She has an ear to ear grin and look, the six string is taller than she is! Since then, »
Taylor Kitsch understands that a Hollywood career comes with its fair share of sacrifices. In the July issue of Elle, Taylor opens up about fame, his childhood, his stint as a model, and why it's hard to build relationships. The sexy star also talks about his upcoming role in True Detective, saying he didn't expect the show to be "near as emotional" as it is. Keep reading for his candid quotes about life and love, then check out the hot Taylor Kitsch pictures that might make you blush and a Friday Night Lights flashback with reasons Tim Riggins will forever have your heart. On how being an actor affects relationships: "You sacrifice so f*ckin' much [as an actor]. How do you build a relationship with a gal and then tell her, 'Hey, I gotta do press all over the world. I expect you to have the same feelings you have now in eight weeks. »
With the announcement of Aaron Paul snagging the lead in Jason Katims’ (“Friday Night Lights,” “Parenthood”) upcoming Hulu drama “The Way,” we thought we’d take a look at where it all began for the actor formerly known as Jesse Pinkman. As Jesse in “Breaking Bad,” Paul won three Emmys, was nominated another two times, and developed a fan base like no other. By the end of the series, he embodied Jesse completely, but in the audition video below…not so much. A nervous Paul fumbles his lines, swears, and even apologizes at the end. But, of course, it’s not necessarily about your ability in the moment, but your suitability for the role—and imagine if someone else had yelled “bitch!” for five straight seasons? Want to see more? Check out "9 Great Actors’ Audition Tapes!" »
Aaron Paul may have teased fans that Jesse Pinkman would be returning to the small screen but now his actual post-Breaking Bad TV plan has been revealed. Paul has signed on to produce and star in The Way, a new Hulu series from Jason Katims, the executive producer of Friday Night Lights and Parenthood. Co-starring Michelle Monaghan, […]
- Germain Lussier
Aaron Paul might've been joking about a Jesse Pinkman Breaking Bad spinoff, but he wasn't entirely kidding about getting his own show. Hulu has announced that Paul will star in the streaming platform's upcoming ten-episode series The Way, from Friday Night Lights executive producer Jason Katims. Once again, he'll play a guy with a "wayward past" — only now that past has driven him to "a controversial religious movement" instead of a meth-cooking chemistry teacher. Paul's character will reportedly experience a "crisis of faith" that puts a strain on his relationship with his wife, played by Michelle Monaghan, who has a lot of experience with this sort of thing. »
- Dee Lockett
If you’re like me, you’ve been wanting Aaron Paul back on your TV screen as soon as Breaking Bad ended. Fortunately, we now finally have what we’ve been asking for, as Aaron Paul is returning to TV in The Way, an upcoming Hulu series from executive producer Jason Katims (Friday Night Lights, Parenthood). The Emmy Award-winning actor has been cast as the male lead of The Way. Paul will play Eddie Cleary, a convert to a controversial movement with a wayward past. He’s a husband (to Michelle Monaghan’s Sarah Cleary, a high level member of said movement navigating the truths — and untruths — colliding in her life) and father who suffers a crisis of faith when all that he’s come to accept as truth in his life is fundamentally challenged. The Way examines a family at the center of a controversial movement struggling with relationships, »
- Chris King
Hulu announced that Paul is joining the cast of "The Way," an original drama about the "controversial movement struggling with relationships, marriage and power." The three-time Emmy winner will play a husband and father who comes to the movement after a crisis of faith. His wife will be played by Michelle Monaghan ("True Detective").
"The Way" was created by Jessica Goldberg, and is being executive-produced by Jason Katims ("Parenthood," "Friday Night Lights"). Paul will also serve as a producer of the 10-episode series, which should make a winter debut.
This marks Paul's return to a television series after the finale of "Breaking Bad," for which he won three Emmys as a supporting actor. He drove fans crazy with a Periscope video teasing »
- Kelly Woo
Clear eyes, full tummies! After six months of braising, filleting, sautéing, and more, Friday Night Lights alum Minka Kelly graduated culinary school this week and proudly shared her accomplishments with fans via Instagram. "Graduated!!!" the star wrote, alongside a photo of herself celebrating and holding up her "New School of Cooking" certificate. "Thank you so much, @jesshiltoncooks for the best 6 months ever! If anyone ever needs a personal chef, I highly recommend this wonderful lady!" The proud actress also shared photos of herself with her fellow culinary [...] »
Minka Kelly is now certified to handle her meat! The 34-year-old Friday Night Lights alum had in recent months embarked on a new adventure, away from the camera—food! She had occasionally Instagrammed pics of several delicious-looking dishes she prepared while attending the New School of Cooking in Culver City, near Los Angeles, as well as behind-the-scenes photos of the preparations and hijinks that ensued in the kitchen. And this was no beginner's class—Kelly took the 20-week Pro Culinary Series course, taught by Chef Jess Hilton. On Wednesday, she shared a snap of herself being given her graduation certificate. Congrats! "Graduated!!! Thank you so much, »
The executive transition at the pay cable group was announced Thursday morning by Blank at an internal company meeting in New York. Blank will remain chairman of Showtime Networks for the next few years and maintain an active exec role in guiding strategy and big-picture decisions at the company. Showtime’s senior exec staff will report to Nevins when he ascends to president-ceo on Jan. 1. After the transition, Nevins will report directly to Moonves as well as to Blank.
The shuffle at the top of Showtime had long been expected. Nevins hit the ground running after joining the company in 2010. He’s been the clear heir apparent as he fired up the company’s original programming slate with a string of distinctive hits including “Homeland,” “Ray Donovan,” “Masters of Sex, »
- Cynthia Littleton
RelatedDirecTV’s Rogue Adds Falling Skies Star, East End Witch, More for Season 3
Kingdom‘s sophomore run begins with Ryan “The Destroyer” Wheeler (Friday Night Lights‘ Matt Lauria) defending his title and Jay (Parenthood‘s Jonathan Tucker) finding a new obsession, while Alvey’s (Frank Grillo) improved fortune has led to a bigger gym, but also a bigger appetite for risk.
Seemingly tied to that last teaser, Consuelos will recur as Sean Chapas, an ex-fighter and one of Alvey »
Parenthood and Friday Night Lights' Jason Katims has found his next leading lady. Golden Globe nominee Michelle Monaghan has been tapped to star in Katims' Hulu drama The Way, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Based on a script Katims and his True Jack Productions head of development Michelle Lee created with Parenthood alum Jessica Goldberg last year, The Way examines a family at the center of a controversial faith-based movement struggling with relationships, marriage and power. Each hourlong episode will take an in-depth look at what it means to choose between the life we live and the life we want. The 10-
- Lesley Goldberg
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