Esquire Network has ordered a fourth season of its hit docuseries Friday Night Tykes and a season two of spinoff Friday Night Tykes: Steel Country.
The fourth season of Friday Night Tykes will look at the 10, 11 and 12-year-old divisions of some of the most competitive youth football leagues in the nation centered in the San Antonio, TX area. The 10-episode docuseries will follow the teams, revealing a variety of coaching, parenting and mentoring styles and techniques.
The eight-episode Season 2 of Friday Night Tykes: Steel Country will continue to focus on how working class communities in the region connect culturally, socially and emotionally through youth football.
“Esquire Network is thrilled to continue documenting the story of youth football in Texas and Western Pennsylvania,” said Matt Hanna, EVP of Development and Production, Esquire Network. “The pursuit of success for these families, coaches, and kids make for compelling and occasionally controversial television. We’re excited to see where the journey takes us next.”
Friday Night Tykes and Friday Night Tykes: Steel Country are produced by 441 Productions, Texas Crew Productions and Electro-Fish Films for Esquire Network. For 441 Productions, Matt Maranz and Andrew Morreale are executive producers. For Texas Crew Productions Terry Stewart and David Karabinas are executive producers.