Hot Cheerleaders Capture Attention, Misrepresent 'Friday Night Lights'

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Though it's likely they had some, Lisbon agency Torke could have used a bit more help identifying the "soul" of FOX's Friday Night Lights, which debuted locally July 20. The guerrilla campaign they created, which involved the gratuitous use of bare midriffed cheerleaders, hardly captured the essence of the show.

Oh sure, the show has cheerleaders in it and centers around a high school's quest for football greatness but those two elements are just a backdrop for the true heart of the show - an examination of family life, interpersonal relationships and life's challenges in small town Texas. The T and A aspects of this promotion hardly do the show justice.

Then again, a dissertation on the woes of abortion, racism, poverty, career choices, physical disability and the difficulties of parenthood wouldn't exactly capture the same attention a few mini-skirted, hot cheerleaders most certainly did.

by Steve Hall    Jul-31-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Bad, Guerilla, Promotions, Television   

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Is not only about that, and also you cannot use all the essence of the show in one or two stress actions.

Posted by: anonymios on July 31, 2008 2:16 PM





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