Friday Night Lights ESPN
July 13, 2011 by Post Team
Friday Night Lights ESPN, “Friday Night Lights” is one of the most acclaimed television series by critics in the air right now, although its audience disconcertingly low. He ends his fifth and final season on NBC this week (the end of the series and aired on DirecTV in February), and trust us … you morn. Not only because it is the last we see of Taylor, Tim Riggins, and our QB1-that-could, Matt Saracen – but because it is the perfect farewell to the characters we’ve loved for the past five years.
If you missed five years of Taylor, Texas, and tears, you have the opportunity to experience the brilliance on ESPN Classic and the new channel focused on Longhorn Texas. Technical careers begin on July 21, but the television the first two episodes tonight (Tuesday, July 12) to welcome ESPN Dillon.
“We see this as an opportunity to deliver the series to a new audience,” the network said in a statement.
The series was distributed earlier in ABC Family, but was removed from the schedule after only one month due to low ratings. We hope the numbers work for ESPN, because they want to live in a world where this show is not airing in some capacity.
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