Kyle's Career Filmstrip: TV Series and Movies

Oct 28, 2009

Time: Coach Taylor is an Actual Hero

This Friday Night Lights article is so worth pulling out of the multitude of great press for some special attention:

http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,1932782,00.html

(Kyle Chandler, we hope you are in a position today to enjoy the much deserved praise being directed your way in the press, as well as to cast, writers, and crew.)

Oct 27, 2009

Kyle Chandler/Peter Berg Interview

Amazing. Lots and lots more press. For the 2nd time in a week, the Los Angeles Times focuses on the Season 4 premiere of Friday Night Lights, this time with an interview from both Kyle Chandler and Peter Berg. While the link below contains some spoilers, the interviews touch upon the frustration and uncertainty that went on at the end of last season (before the series was renewed for two more seasons) and gives uncanny insight into the story-telling of the uncertainty of the family life of a high school football coach. It also tells a story of how the struggle for the show's survival over the past 3 years parallels that of the survival of the Coach's job.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/showtracker/2009/10/friday-night-lights-renewed-and-starting-over.html

Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose.

Oct 25, 2009

Fantastic Press

Hey KyleFans,

I can't remember the last time there were this many great articles about FNL in one week. See our Press and Fellow Fans sections for the latest. It seems like just yesterday I was ringing my hands, wondering how I would wait so long so see Dillon again.

Those of you in Texas who are fortunate enough to live near the action - let us know what the locals in your area are saying about the show, the upcoming season and of course, KYLE.

Could our eyes be any clearer?
Could our hearts be any fuller?
With 2 seasons promised to us, We CANNOT lose!

Get Fired Up!

Oct 19, 2009

Associated Press via LA Times

Michael Muller, Associated Press writes:

"If you don't have it, find someone with DirecTV, turn to Channel 101 at 9 p.m. and indulge in one of the best series on TV. As a colleague describes it, the fourth season, via the previews, appears to have undergone a fantastical Guillermo del Toro-style makeover."

He follows it up with a picture of Kyle Chandler as Coach Eric Taylor, and a FNL spoiler.

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/la-et-smart-list-oct17-pictures,0,4811041.photogallery