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FX Puts Down 'Terriers'

Terriers FX has cancelled the Ted Griffin-helmed series “Terriers.” The final episode of the freshman show ran last week. An average of 970,000 viewers tuned in per episode which, according to Deadline, made the show the lowest rated first-year drama series on FX. “Terriers” was a PI drama about the partnership between an ex-cop/recovering alcoholic (Donal Logue) and a former criminal (Michael Raymond-James).

Read the story at Deadline.

Pictured: Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James in "Terriers."

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