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'Parenthood' Premiere: Haddie Turns Out to Be a Bad Influence on Alex (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 14th 2011 6:45AM
['Parenthood' S03/E01 -- 'I Don't Want to do This Without You']

When your daughter's dating a recovering alcoholic, as Haddie is on 'Parenthood' (Tue., 10PM ET on NBC), you might fear that he'd be a bad influence on her. Sure, he's in recovery, but that's no guarantee he won't relapse, or that some elements from that darker side of his life won't impact her.

And while Haddie's been rebelling a lot more of late, she's still supposed to be the good girl who makes good decision. Luckily, Alex (Michael B. Jordan) seems like a solid guy who really cares about her. More importantly, he's taking his sobriety very seriously.

Unfortunately, that makes it even harder when he's dating a high school senior who wants to go out partying where there's a lot of drinking ... and maybe do some drinking herself.

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Michael B. Jordan on Final Season of 'Friday Night Lights,' What's in Store for Vince and the Legacy of Wallace

by Chris Jancelewicz, posted Oct 26th 2010 2:30PM
Every now and again, TV is blessed with an actor that possesses an indisputable charisma. Whether he's playing a young boy (Wallace) caught up in the drug trade on 'The Wire' or struggling to survive as a Texas high school quarterback on 'Friday Night Lights,' Michael B. Jordan is absolutely electric onscreen.

Now 23, Jordan has grown into a mature young man, and he has laid the groundwork for future roles with his sincere portrayal of the troubled East Dillon QB, Vince. TV Squad had the chance to chat with Jordan about his stint on 'The Wire,' this final season of 'Friday Night Lights,' and why we should all keep some tissues handy.

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The New Cast of 'Friday Night Lights' Gets Ready to Play Some Football

by Kelly Woo, posted May 7th 2010 3:00PM

Most television shows set in high school go to ridiculous lengths to keep the characters together long past graduation day (see: 'Beverly Hills, 90210' and 'Gossip Girl'). But when the time comes for the high school-ers on 'Friday Night Lights' to move on -- most of them actually do.

For season 4, which aired on DirecTV last fall and premieres tonight on NBC, 'Friday Night Lights' has introduced a new set of characters played by Michael B. Jordan, Jurnee Smollett and Matt Lauria. The three talked to TV Squad about joining the critically-acclaimed show.

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TV's Rising Black Actors: Young, Gifted and African-American

by Sandie Angulo Chen, posted Feb 16th 2010 1:30PM
Amber RileyFebruary is Black History Month, and what better way to celebrate than to pay tribute to television's brightest young African-American actors.

Most of you are already fans of critically acclaimed vets like Chandra Wilson ('Grey's Anatomy'), Anthony Anderson ('Law & Order') and Regina King ('Southland'), but there is a new wave of up-and-coming black stars ready to make their mark. Here are 12 of our favorites. Who are yours?

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Friday Night Lights, season four -- An early look

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Oct 28th 2009 12:02PM
Kyle Chandler as Eric Taylor in 'Friday Night Lights.'
Entering into its fourth season (and second since the NBC/DirecTV deal), Friday Night Lights is a show in transition on numerous levels. The high school football drama returns tonight to DirecTV's 101 Network at 9 p.m. ET (NBC won't air this season until next summer) and for fans of the show, it's an episode they've long been waiting for.

Ever since the season three finale, as Coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) and his wife Tami (Connie Britton) stepped on to the East Dillon Lions decrepit football field, Eric's new home, the tension has been at an all time high in Dillon, Texas. How can Coach Taylor, a man whom many consider to be a high school football wunderkind, start from scratch with a team that doesn't even exist yet?

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