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TERRIERS Cancelled

December 6, 2010 by  

Just as we’re celebrating the renewal of one quality cable TV favorite, we get the bad news that another cable standout is getting cancelled.

FX has announced that it will not be bringing the critically-acclaimed TERRIERS back for a second season.

All we have to say about that is BOO!!

Good television is good television and we were just getting into this one. Sometimes it takes a second year for audiences to find a show. We love you, FX, but we’re thinking you made the wrong call here.


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4 Responses to “TERRIERS Cancelled”

  1. Matt S. on December 8th, 2010 2:51 am

    A really unfortunate cancellation of a great show: wonderful characters, good storyline, excellent production value, etc., etc. This one definitely deserved a second season!

  2. Rob on December 8th, 2010 5:01 am

    what?!?!!?!? Are you serious?!?!?! I LOVED THAT SHOW!!! Goddamnit

  3. Terry Haussler on December 9th, 2010 11:29 am

    I don’t have cable, so I guess I don’t count, but I never missed an episode of Terriers online. Great show; one of my favorites. I am so sad to see it go.

  4. john kehe on December 10th, 2010 10:45 am

    best show on tv this year, for sure. it felt so real. i liked everybody in the cast. the girls were beautiful and soulful, the guys talked like guys and had vulnerability. the fights looked like real fights. the love the guys had for their girls was sweet and deep. it was funny and well edited and the stories were surprising and well written. even the theme song was way cool.

    the title kept people away. i’m sure of it. this is a tragedy. FX should rethink this bad decision, or give somebody else the opportunity to pick it up and keep it alive.