I just got finished watching this two days ago. Pretty cool show.
It's a good super-modern depiction of what it looks like when intuitive and sensing types work together on something.
ILI or LIE, sx/sp or sp/sx, 5 or 8
He seems to be a bit Se-ESI flavoured (one of those lonewolf badassy kind of dudes, the smoking indoors thing made me think of Hunter S. Thompson and his individual mental set of rules he followed), but the Ni and Te seem to be his most present conversational aspects. It's obvious that he was written as an introvert, but it's hard to ascertain whether his giant ledger would point to irrationality or rationality. LIEs are depicted as typically not gathering "enough" information to act on from the ILI's viewpoint, yet he comes off as hasty to Marty when he puts his assertions about the case forward.
Te and Ti are obviously going to come out a lot more in a crime show, but I don't think I've ever heard a Se ego say the kind of shit he does, whereas you hear those kind of cynical metaphorical barbs from Ni egos often.
LSI so/sp, 1 or 6
(Sensing, Logical, Aristocratic, Emotive, Positivist)
I'm open to the idea that he might be LSE, but he reminds me of LSIs I know and the way they react to Ni. "Is there anything in those books about jumping to conclusions?" Still, he ends up appreciating Rust's insight and is eventually convinced when little bits of evidence lending credence to the assumptions made earlier on.
Det. Maynard Gilbough
Det. Thomas Papania