PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Connie Britton “Let your little light shine!I was so moved again, and as always, last night in NY by the African Children’s Choir as we celebrated them and honored my amazing friend Taylor Kitsch with the #Changemakers Award.#ACCNYC2014 #africanchildrenschoir,” Connie posted to Instagram after the event.t’s hard for me to process the fact that, tonight at 9 p.m., one of my favorite television shows will be coming to an end.And it’s shocking to me how little fanfare this fact has gotten.
I’m glad other bloggers are having as hard a time with this as I am.
Over at The Awl, Sarah Blackwood says a teary goodbye to the show and at Survey Monkey, fans are rating everything from the show’s hottest characters to its best bromance.
But, in part because of the show’s focus on the Taylor family, “Friday Night Lights” has always unfolded slowly, taking time to build both its plots and characters. See: Julie’s affair with her married TA and the return of Vince’s convict dad.
After tonight’s finale, “FNL” will be going off the air, only to be seen only in syndication on ESPN.
“Friday Night Lights” has been brilliant since minute one and, five seasons later, it has remained a joy to watch.
The norm for a high school show is for it to move at a rapid clip, with oodles of plotlines being thrown out and resolved each episode.