'Friday Night Lights' finale: Matt Lauria says goodbye, and we plan the rest of Luke's life


"Friday Night Lights", which was finally nominated for a "Best Drama" Emmy on Thursday, ended its five-season run on Friday night on NBC. To be honest, we're still struggling to cope with the idea that we won't be back in Dillon next season for two-a-days and fieldhouse pep talks. Luckily, we can still hang onto a shred of hope that we'll see Coach Taylor again. TVLine reports that executive producer Peter Berg is taking steps toward another "Friday Night Lights" movie, this time centered around the characters from the TV series. Matt Lauria joined "Friday Night Lights" in its fourth season as Luke Cafferty, the idealistic Dillon Panthers standout who worked valiantly to stay positive when he was forced to play, instead, for the East Dillon Lions. In Season 5 we watched his football dreams dim as he found himself in the shadow of fellow player Vince (Michael B. Jordan), while off the field he...



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