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Friday Night Lights' Gaius Charles on Grounding Smash, Boarding Pan Am and That Pesky Rumor

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Friday Night Lights MVP Gaius Charles wants to make one thing very clear: He has not given up acting for God. Although that’s the rumor that’s been making the rounds since the 28-year-old New York native hung up his helmet as Dillon Panthers’ star running back Smash Williams in 2008, he tells TVLine definitely, “That’s not the case.”

Nonetheless, save for a few indie films and some stage work, his decision to pursue a graduate degree in theology at New Jersey’s Drew University did force him to step away from the Hollywood spotlight the past three years. …READ MORE


Pan Am Exclusive: Friday Night Lights' Gaius Charles Takes Flight

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Former Friday Night Lights MVP Gaius Charles has booked a one-way ticket back to the small screen with a guest stint on ABC’s Pan Am. READ MORE


Is Friday Night Lights' Kyle Chandler Plotting a Return to TV? Watch Video, Examine Clues…

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Poor Kyle Chandler. Even before the Friday Night Lights star made it into the Emmys last night (and picked up the Lead Actor in a Drama Series trophy), he was stressed. “I’m just trying to get through this,” he admitted when I tried to get him to open up about the prospect of a movie based on the series (which was, of course, based on a movie).

But, I did get him to give us an update on the progress of his TV comeback. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO


Connie Britton on Friday Night Lights Feature Film: 'Tami Will Never Be the Same'

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By using what Connie Britton called my serious face on her as she made her way down the Emmy red carpet Sunday, I was able to get the American Horror Story star to admit that the Friday Night Lights movie was likelier to happen than, say, the Arrested Development one. (Took some doing, but we got there!)

But, she hinted that “Tami Taylor will never be the same.” Why? READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO


Burning Emmy Questions: Kyle Chandler's Lost Speech, Comedy Actress Pageantry and More!

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63RD PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS: "Friday Night Lights" Kyle Chandler wins the Outstnding Lead Actor in a Drama at the 63RD PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, CA, on Sunday, Sept. 16 on FOX.  CR: Phil McCarten/FOX  © 2011 Fox Broadcasting Co.

The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards are history, but, as per usual, the three-hour ceremony left us with more than a few burning questions. Here’s the scoop on some of the evening’s biggest mysteries.

After accepting his trophy for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series, Friday Night Lights champ Kyle Chandler raced back to the mic, but his audio had already been cut off. What did he say? READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Modern Family Feels the Love With Five Wins, Friday Night Lights Grabs Gold

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Check out the list of Sunday night's big winners, plus see what the stars shared backstage after claiming their prize READ MORE

Friday Night Lights Guys Cheer Show's Emmy Chances – Plus, Parenthood Scoop!

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Will Friday Night Lights score its biggest underdog victory on Sunday night, and take home the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series? Matt Lauria and Michael B. Jordan, who played Luke and Vince on the acclaimed drama series, would love nothing more than to see Team Dillon get its long-awaited and -deserved due. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS


Emmys 2011: What Show Should Win Outstanding Drama Series?

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Can Mad Men make it a four-peat? With more 2011 Emmy nominations (19) than any other series, AMC’s acclaimed drama certainly has a good shot at continuing its domination of the Outstanding Drama Series category. That said, …READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Best Actor in a Drama?

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Whoever wins the 2011 Emmy for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series should probably thank the suits at AMC. Because the network scheduled the fourth season premiere of Breaking Bad after the Emmy eligibility period for the 2010-11 TV season, its star Bryan Cranston won’t be competing for the statuette that he’s won the last three years.

Cranston’s absence increases the chances for …READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Best Actress in a Drama?

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The 2010 Emmy winner for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series — The Closer‘s Kyra Sedgwick — didn’t even crack the list of nominees for 2011, which will add a dose of unpredictability to the category when the winners are announced at the Sept. 18 kudo-fest. But which woman is most worthy of taking home the statuette? …READ MORE