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Could A "Friday Night Lights" Reunion Be in the Works?

If you've been holding out hope for a Friday Night Lights reunion, it looks like your dreams still have the potential to come true.

Originally, Kyle Chandler (aka Coach Taylor) had said that Connie Britton (who played his wife, Tami Taylor) was the reason that a reunion wouldn't be happening. "Connie Britton is the hold-out. She won’t. So, I’m not going to do it without her," he had told Us magazine at the premiere of his Netflix show Bloodline.

However, it appears that this might not actually be the case.

Britton appeared on the Today show and noted, "Do you know, I just saw Kyle Chandler said that it's because of me that we're not doing a reunion. I thought all this time it was because of him. My feeling is, listen, if he wants to do a reunion — I love Kyle, I love the show. I'm just saying, I don't want to be the hold out here."

Connie Britton on 'Beatriz at Dinner,' 'Nashville,' 'Friday Night Lights' reunion

Best known for TV dramas, actress Connie Britton is now on the big screen in the comedy "Beatriz at Dinner." "It's one of the more uncomfortable dinner parties I hope anyone ever witnesses," she tells TODAY, but adds that it's also very funny.

Come on, let's make this happen! We're ready to have Tim Riggins, Coach and Tami, and the rest of the Friday Night Lights crew back on our TV screen. Texas forever!

 

Lauren Levine is a freelance writer who has contributed to publications and websites including The Charlotte Observer, U.S. News & World Report, American Way magazine, The Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, Bustle, Thrillist, Thought Catalog, The Charlotte Observer, U.S. News & World Report, and others.