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'Friday Night Lights' Reunion: Cast Shares Instagram From Gathering

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If Instagram is any indication, then Texas really is forever.

This past weekend the Dillon football stars hung out and posted the "Friday Night Lights" reunion on Instagram to give "FNL" fanatics even more hope that an on-screen revival of the much-worshiped series may not be far behind.

Scott Porter (who played Jason Street) posted the pic of himself with former costars: Matt Lauria (Luke), Gaius Charles (Smash), Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen), and Kevin Rancin (Herc) outdoors with the hashtag #SundayFunday.

Though the Instagram photo may warm hearts, Dillon fans shouldn't start filling the bleachers just yet if they're hoping for the much-rumored movie to hit the big screen anytime soon.

The "Friday Night Lights" film that would continue the story of Coach and Tammy Taylor has been talked about since the series ended in 2011, and even though Connie Britton said she has the script for the movie, she recently revealed on "Watch What Happens Live" that it was Coach Taylor himself, Kyle Chandler holding up production.

Clutch your Dillon football jersey and see the pic below.

"Friday Night Lights" is currently available on Netflix.

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