Somehow, FX's Terriers was able to bull through sluggish ratings to a full series. I believe it is because they shot most of the show before the pilot and because numbers on FX don't need to be as high as a network. Thankfully, because it quickly established itself as my favorite new show this year (yes, more so than The Walking Dead).
All of the casting is great... Donal Logue is good as Hank Dolworth, but Michael Raymond-James really shines as his partner Britt Pollack, the former thief turned Private Eye. I don't have any experience with Raymond-James, but he was a standout.
Ted Griffin and Shawn Ryan did a great job of pulling multiple (interesting) storylines through the season and then tying them all together. The production value on the show was top notch as well.
If you haven't seen it, definitely check it out when it comes out on DVD/Netflix. Well worth your time.
If I had one knock, it would be how Britt and his finance Katie's relationship played out in the final episode. She does something shitty to him, he breaks up with her, he does something shitty - but goes groveling back to her. Then she says she can't trust him. It made no sense to me - because she did something much worse to their relationship.
Also, rather than let each storyline play out with a resolution, they sort of wrap things up in a 5 minute 'wrap-up'. It seems like time ran out on them and the finale could have been 90 minutes rather than 30, although only for fans so we can have some satisfaction. I say that knowing it is only because I was a fan and wanted to be hit over the head with the resolutions. They would have been the same, I just wanted more - this wasn't a bad thing.