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‘Terriers’ Canceled After One Season, FX Confirms

Show lasted one season, struggled in ratings

"Terriers," FX's frisky detective drama, has been canceled after one season, the network confirmed Monday.

Produced by "The Shield" mastermind Shawn Ryan and "Ocean's 11" writer Ted Griffin, "Terriers" featured Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James as private investigators willing to work around the edges of the law to solve crimes.

The series averaged a 1.59 rating among coveted 18-49 year olds, which translated to 1,645,000 viewers in the demo.

News of the cancelation was first reported by Deadline.