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A streaming guide to Texas films and TV shows

Jake Harris

If you’re looking for a Texas fix on your streaming apps, you have plenty of options. From Linklater to Rodriguez, “Friday Night Lights” the movie to “Friday Night Lights” the series, and a bunch of Netflix shows about life in Texas, the following pieces of content are all available right now for streaming. 

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This list is accurate as of June 6, 2018, so if you find something Texas-related that isn’t on this list, let us know! 

Amazon Prime:

“21 Years: Richard Linklater”

“Everybody Wants Some!!” 

“Friday Night Lights” (series)

“Hap and Leonard” (Series; also available on Netflix)

“I Love Dick” (series)

“Red Wing”

“Song To Song”

“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2” (Also available on Hulu)


“El Diablo” 

“Glory Road” 


“In a Valley of Violence” 

“The Leftovers” (series)

“Space Cowboys”

“Spy Kids”


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“The Duel” 

“Fixer Upper” 

“Man of the House” 


“Ain’t Them Bodies Saints” 

“The Bad Batch”

“Border Security: America’s Frontline” (series)


“Camelia la Texana”

“Carter High”

“Dallas Buyer’s Club”

“Friday Night Lights” (2004 movie)

“Friday Night Tykes” (series)

“From Dusk Til Dawn” (series)

“Prison Women: Texas Hold ‘Em” (series)

“The REAL Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (series)

“Stagecoach: The Texas Jack Story” 

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