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But Ryan isn't letting the series die that easily. Recently he told TBI Vision (via Uproxx) that he plans on using Kickstarter, the crowd-sourced fund-generator, to film a two-hour TV movie that can properly conclude the series (it ended on a pretty sizable cliffhanger). "I’ve had friends who’ve raised money for indie movies through Kickstarter and I started to think that if you wanted to make a 2 hour movie that capped off that series, how would it cost to make it and would there be a way to raise the money via a combination of Netflix and Kickstarter," Ryan told TBI about the potential reboot.
Of course, he later admitted on Twitter (via AV Club) that this is probably incredibly unlikely. "Not to throw cold water on folks, but reports of 'Terriers' movie revival are incredibly premature and would be very difficult to pull off," Ryan said. He later added: "Would I like 'Terriers' movie revival to happen? Of course. Will I look into it? Yes. Are obstacles immense? Yes. Appreciate show love though. Just want to be honest with fans so you don't get your hopes up unnecessarily." Ah! The high highs and the low lows of being a "Terriers" fan.