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If the fourth year marked the end of an era, the fifth revolves around new beginnings: Tami returns to her role as guidance counselor (after a controversial reign as principal), Buddy takes his wayward son under his wing, Julie (Aimee Teegarden) has a rough start at college, Billy (Derek Phillips) becomes assistant football coach, Becky moves in with him and his wife, and quarterback Vince (Michael B. Jordan), who continues to see Jess (Jurnee Smollett), tangles with his recently paroled father, Ornette (Cress Williams). Naturally, there are a few new arrivals, but they don't make the same impact as returning Dillon veterans Landry (Jesse Plemons), Jason (Scott Porter), Matt (Zach Gilford), Tyra (Adrianne Palicki), and Billy's younger brother, Tim (Taylor Kitsch), whose adjustment to life after prison parallels Ornette's experience.
This 13-episode arc traces the road to the state championships and marks the end of one of television's most emotionally involving shows, always operating on the principle that everyone can change, and that there's still room on network TV for semi-improvised, documentary-style filmmaking. Deleted scenes, commentary tracks, and a featurette offer a comprehensive look back at a stellar series, truly one of the medium's very best. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
Having grown up and attended high school in small town Texas, I found this series to be a very honest look into this culture. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Rick Bertolett
My recreation is watching these great series at night in my basement home theatre.
Great shows like MadMen, Game of Thrones, House of Cards, Homeland, etc. Read more
Even my completely apathetic about football daughter loves this show!Published 2 months ago by CindyB
Absolutely loved this series; never missed an episode of great stories and excellent acting. Was "heartbroken" when it went off the air. Read morePublished 3 months ago by V. WEAVER
One of the best TV series ever. Enjoyed it all and love casting and complex story line. JBPublished 3 months ago by john j bolebruch
The very best we've ever seen Watched five seasons in two weeks.Published 4 months ago by tom johnson