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In America, football is king ... and nowhere is football bigger than in Texas. Esquire Network takes viewers inside the grown-up world of youth football in FRIDAY NIGHT TYKES, a new 10-part docuseries airing Tuesdays at 9p e/p, debuting January 14 with two back-to-back episodes at 9p and 10p e/p. With exclusive access to the 8 to 9 year-old Rookies division in the San Antonio region of the Texas Youth Football Association (TYFA), FRIDAY NIGHT TYKES follows five teams on and off the field throughout the 2013 season, from pre-season training through the state championships. Along the way, cheerleaders cheer, tailgaters barbecue and the crowd goes wild, but intense rivalries flare, parents and coaches clash and the young players face some very adult pressures and concerns, from extreme training drills, heckling from rabid fans, and balancing on-the-field expectations against a typical off-the-field childhood.
|S01E01||Weakness Leaving the Body||14/01/2014|
|S01E03||Now They're Playing Scared||21/01/2014|
|S01E04||Protect Our Kids!||28/01/2014||Off-field tensions result in an on-field altercation between the Outlaws and Junior Broncos. Meanwhile, the Jr. Rockets try to salvage their season and their coach attempts to salvage his career.|
|S01E05||Why?||04/02/2014||Already facing a crisis at home, the coach of the struggling Jr. Rockets, Charles Chavarria, loses the support of team parents before a showdown with the undefeated Colts.|
|S01E06||All For Nothing||25/02/2014|
|S01E07||Today is the Test||04/03/2014||In an epic ending to the regular season, the top two teams meet in a battle of the unbeatens. Meanwhile, the Jr. Broncos must win to keep their playoff hopes alive.|
|S01E10||Finish What We Started||25/03/2014|