Terriers is an American crime comedy-drama television series created by Ted Griffin which follows two small-time, unlicensed private investigators who become embroiled in a big scandal after launching an unlicensed private investigation business.
The series aired in the USA on FX from 8 September to 1 December, 2010. There are 13 hour-long episodes in one season.
Terriers premiered in South Africa on DStv's M-Net Series channel on Thursday 15 December 2011, at 21h30. New episodes broadcast weekly.
Terriers, from creator/executive producer Ted Griffin and executive producer Shawn Ryan, is a comedy-drama series starring Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James.
It centers on ex-cop Hank Dolworth (Logue) and his partner and best friend Britt Pollack (Raymond-James) - two small-time, unlicensed private investigators who become embroiled in a big scandal after launching an unlicensed private investigation business.
The duo, both struggling with maturity issues, solve crimes while avoiding danger and responsibility.
Comedic, edgy, original, a show about high stakes in the face of low expectations, Terriers explores what it's like in today's America to be "too small to fail."
Co-stars include Kimberly Quinn as Gretchen Dolworth, Hank's ex-wife; Laura Allen as Katie Nichols, Britt's girlfriend; Rockmond Dunbar as Detective Mark Gustafson, former colleague of Hank; and Jamie Denbo as Maggie Lefferts, Hank's attorney.
The pilot was written by Griffin and directed by Craig Brewer. Terriers is produced by Fox 21.