Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose, Dillon, Texas, fans. Some of the cast members from “Friday Night Lights” will be reuniting at the annual ATX festival this June.
The festival runs from June 9-12 in Austin, Texas.
A list of cast members hasn’t been released yet, but cast members who attended the festival last year included Taylor Kitsch, who played Tim Riggins, and Adrianne Palicki, who played Tyra Collette, according to BuzzFeed.
The reunion will take place on Friday, June 10 at the site of the Panthers Field from the show. This is the last time that the festival will host a “Friday Night Lights” reunion as it will coincide with the 10th anniversary of the show premiering on NBC and the fifth anniversary of the show ending, according to the event’s page.
The show has done something at the festival a total of five times.
The event will feature a pep rally, live music, tailgating and will view a fan favorite episode, according to the event’s webpage.
News of reunion was first reported on Feb. 5.
Other TV shows scheduled to take part in the ATX Festival include Hulu’s “Casual,” former CBS show “Everybody Loves Raymond” and TV Land’s popular new show, “Younger.”
Some of the panels taking place at the festival are script readings of “The OC” and a writer’s room reunion of the show with panelists including Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, who both worked on the show together.
Another big panel taking place is the “ATX Achievement in Television Excellence Award,” which is being attended by Norman Lear, who worked on shows like “All in the Family” and “The Facts of Life.”
Last summer, the big draw to the ATX festival was the reunion of the “Gilmore Girls” cast with the series creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino. The reunion set in motion some of the rumors that a “Gilmore Girls” reunion would be happening, which was officially confirmed on Jan. 29.
The “Gilmore Girls” reunion from last year at the event included coffee with Amy Sherman-Palladino and a panel with some of the cast members.
“Friday Night Lights” told the story of the Taylor family, who’s patriarch was the football coach at a fictional Texas high school. Though the show received low ratings, it has a dedicated following and fanbase. The show is currently available to stream on Netflix.
The show starred Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton as Eric and Tami Taylor. Chandler won an Emmy for his role in 2011, the same year series creator Jason Katims won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series.