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FX President John Landgraf may be suffering a bad case of déjà vu.
Last week, FX debuted its latest series, a boxing drama called Lights Out about a retired former heavyweight champ. Despite a knockout lead performance from Holt McAllany and lavish praise from a number of critics, the show premiered to only 1.5 million viewers — a number reminiscent of the premiere of the also critically adored but soon-canceled Terriers.
FX puts down low-rated Terriers after one season
So what's to blame for the relatively soft launches of two shows from the same network that scored huge debuts with ...
FX canceled the freshman drama Terriers on Monday — a decision that the network's boss found wrenching enough to explain to the media.
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The show, created by Ted Griffin (Ocean's Eleven) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield, The Unit), starred Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James as a pair of ragtag private investigators who became entangled in a corporate conspiracy that threatened their hometown of Ocean Beach.
Although the show was critically adored, it struggled to find an audience from the very beginning...
Cheers to Terriers for saving a major surprise for its finale.
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Bad things seem to happen to everyone around Terriers' Hank Dolworth.
In the penultimate episode of the FX drama's first season, Hank (Donal Logue) pulled Jason Adler (Loren Dean), the new husband of Hank's ex-wife Gretchen (Kimberly Quinn), into his investigation of a corporate conspiracy that threatens Ocean Beach. And by the episode's end, Jason was dead.
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"I was completely shocked," Quinn tells TVGuide.com of when she first read the script...