Friday Night Lights Stars: Where Are They Now & What’s Next?

The fifth and final season of the critically acclaimed show Friday Night Lights was released on DVD last week. The season already aired on DirecTV and will be airing on regular cable on NBC beginning April 15.

To celebrate the DVD release and the show coming back to NBC, we’ve put together a slide-show of the present and upcoming roles for the main cast members of the series (as defined by Wikipedia).

If you’re wondering about Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Taylor Kitsch and Adrianne Palicki’s upcoming roles, look no further. We also look at the upcoming roles of Minka Kelly, Scott Porter, Matt Lauria and others.

In anticipation of the premiere on NBC, you can also watch sneak peeks for the season 5 premiere episode that were posted shortly before the fifth season premiered on DirecTV.

View the Friday Night Lights slide-show below and make sure to tune in to the fifth season on NBC, beginning at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, April 15. And if you can’t wait to see it play out on NBC, then go buy the DVD (for more details, view the Amazon page for the box set).

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