"Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose!" That's exactly how everyone in the room felt when the "Friday Night Lights" cast reunited at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas, on Friday.
The cast returned to their beloved Panther Field to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the show first airing on NBC. While many of the cast members were expected to attend, fans didn't expect so see practically all of them -- especially fan favorite Connie Britton! Joining the beloved drama's matriarch for the get-together, which included a tailgate party and pep rally, were Scott Porter, Gaius Charles, Stacey Oristano, Adrianne Palicki, Matt Lauria, Brad Leland, and Jesse Plemons, along with about a dozen other of the show's actors.
"Volume up y'all," the festival captioned a video of the cast quoting one of the famous lines from the show via Instagram. "You know the drill!"
At one point, the series' fictional Christian speed metal band, Crucifictorious, even delivered a rocking reunion performance, with help from Louanne Stephens on the tambourine.
"Got emotional hadn't seen grandson in 5 yrs; he's so kind, smart," Stephens, who portrayed Grandma Saracen on the show, later joked on Twitter, tagging her on-screen grandson, Zach Gilford.
Oristano took to Instagram to share a few snaps from the FNL fête, calling her co-stars "family."
"10 year reunion!!! #FNL party bus to take us to the real Football field!!!" she captioned another pic.
Texas forever, y'all!
Britton spoke to ET's Leanne Aguilera ahead of the reunion, revealing that she had just heard about the day's good Nashville news along with everyone else. The country music-centered drama was cancelled by NBC earlier this year, but on Friday, CMT announced it would be picking up the show.
"I don't know anything! Literally, I found out today like everybody else," the 49-year-old actress told ET. "I have no information to tell you!"
It was not lost on Britton that avid fans helped save "Friday Night Lights" from leaving our TV screens forever just a few years ago. "Look, that was an example of fans being really enthusiastic and we really owe that all to the fans," she said. "The same [happened] with "Friday Night Lights" and "Nashville" is experiencing the same good fortune."