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TV Review: In a genre growing increasingly tired, 'Terriers' stands out

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Posted: Sunday, September 12, 2010 12:01 am

"Terriers," which began Wednesday on FX, is a wonderfully well-conceived, well-made and well-played series about a pair of soft-boiled down-market private detectives in over their heads in San Diego. In a fall season overly populated with cops and criminals, there may be more stylish or quirky or elaborately premised series coming your way, straining to cut an edge or push an envelope. But "Terriers," whose virtues are more traditional, is to my taste easily the best of them, and one of the brightest lights in the whole freshman class.

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