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Friday Night Lights back in play on NBC

Coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) regroups again. NBC photo

Having run its course earlier this season on DirecTV, Austin-made Friday Night Lights at last is returning to home base NBC to repeat its fourth season.

Stripped of his Dillon Panthers by a power play, Coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) now is stuck with the ramshackle East Dillion Lions while wife Tami (Connie Britton) remains as the embattled principal of his old school.

Season 4 has 13 episodes, all of which are scheduled to run on Fridays at 7 p.m. central, beginning May 7th. Unclebarky.com reviewed the Season 4 opener when it launched on DirecTV. Here's a link.

***Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo will make a guest appearance on the Tuesday, May 11th edition of NBC's The Biggest Loser (7 to 9 p.m. central). The network says Romo will surprise contestants while they're out shopping. He then "talks about the inspirational role models they have become before taking them on a hike" with trainer Bob Harper.