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INTRODUCTION

Ever Got your heart stolen by anybody? Now think about stealing everything along with your heart. Getting interesting huh? keep that feel coming and start watching “Imposters” if you really wanna know about this kind of dark comedy. The first season of the show was broadcasted on Bravo Cable Network on 7th February 2017 and was originally announced in 2015 as “My So-Called wife.” the series follows an imposter Maddie, starred by Inbar Lavi, who gets involved in relationships with men and women before leaving them “used and robbed of everything – including their hearts.” And now the fans are looking forward to Imposter Season 3.

POSSIBILITIES OF IMPOSTERS SEASON 3 RELEASE

As the day goes by the fanbase of this series gets bigger and as the fans discovering Imposters, the only question that pops up in their head after a certain time is “So… what’s next?” thus the hour of waiting starts for Imposters season 3.

After announcing a second season just after concluding the first one Imposters season 2 was aired on BCN on 5th April 2018 and BOOM! the show got canceled after that. Means no Imposters season 3 for you 🙂 (for now at least)

PROBABLE RELEASE DATE FOR IMPOSTERS SEASON 3

So… Now that we know that there won’t be any Imposters season 3, but that doesn’t appear to resist the fans lose interest in the series. In every few months, we can see they are running a campaign on Twitter, asking for Bravo or any other network to take over the Show and release the third season. Because why not? there’s too much story left to cover and too many holes to fill up and of course, too many fans to satisfy. So if the driving force is sufficient enough we may be able to see Imposters season 3 happening. But if it does become true as we can see from previous seasons, it’ll take at least 1 or 2 years to finalize itself. Or more as all productions for all shows are moving in a much-delayed manner due to COVID. So suppose we go to bed tonight and tomorrow morning we see some almighty being has taken over the show and revived it, then we can expect to see season 3 at the end of 2021 to at the middle of 2023 and as per the record, Netflix subscribers might just be lucky as it’s much possible for Imposters season 3 to be released on Netflix.

CASTING FOR IMPOSTERS SEASON 3

Now, keeping aside the fact that Imposters season 3 doesn’t have much chance to be revived, if it does happen, then which faces are we gonna see again? Well… you can expect a lot of faces from the last two seasons, like  Inbar Lavi, who is starring in the upcoming seasons of Lucifer. It’s also expected to see Rob Heaps, Parker Young, Marianne Rendón, Stephen Bishop, Brian Benben, and Katherine LaNasa reprising their own roles.

TRAILER

We do not have the Imposters trailer for season 3 as it’s not even revived yet. If it is updated for the third season, we will surely share the trailer with you.

Stay tuned for more stories about Imposters and the future of the show. If you are missing out on Imposters right now, we highly recommend you watch the Netflix program, Lucifer. It’s not much different, but Lavi’s stars individually, and I think fans will appreciate the things the shows have in common.

The season of Lucifer 5 part 2 is coming to Netflix soon.

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Vulture Watch

The Television Vulture is watching the Imposters TV show on BravoWill Ezra, Richard, and Jules ever track down Maddie? Has the Imposters TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Bravo? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Imposters season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   
 

What’s This TV Show About?

A black comedy airing on the Bravo cable channel, Imposters stars Inbar Lavi as a persona-shifting con artist. The series also stars Rob Heaps, Parker Young, Marianne Rendón, Stephen Bishop, Brian Benben, and Katherine LaNasa. Uma Thurman recurs. In the story, Maddie (Lavi) robs her targets of everything, including their hearts.Things get complicated when three of Maddie’s former targets — Ezra (Heaps), Richard (Young) and Jules (Rendón) — team up to track her down. Meanwhile, Maddie meets a potential love interest, Patrick (Stephen Bishop), while pursuing her next mark. The possibility of romance threatens to derail her assignment, much to the chagrin of her mysterious boss, The Doctor.
 

Season One Ratings

The first season of Imposters is averaging a 0.25 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 731,000 viewers. Check out how Imposters compares to other scripted Bravo TV shows.
 

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On April 18, 2017, Imposters was renewed for a second season. Stay tuned for further updates.
 
 
Telly’s Take

The ratings for Imposters have been pretty consistent and it’s Bravo’s best-rated scripted show. I believe it will be renewed for season two.

4/18 Update:Imposters has been renewed for season two on Bravo. Details here.
 

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Get ready to be conned: Imposters season 2 premiere date is set for spring

More colorful wigs, exotic accents, and heartbroken exes are coming your way April 5 when Imposters returns to screens for its second season.

In season 1 of the Bravo dark comedy, Maddie (Inbar Lavi) conned her way into the hearts (and bank accounts) of three unsuspecting victims Ezra (Rob Heaps), Richard (Parker Young), and Julia (Marianne Rendón) with the help of a couple of accomplices, before unwittingly finding herself in an in an elaborate game of cat and mouse with her relentless former beaus. Eventually, however, she joined forces with her ex-lovers to take out the more ominous threat of life imprisonment.

When we pick up in season 2, Maddie is trying to lay low at a lake house in Michigan in an attempt to put her past tricks behind her — something that turns out to be a lot harder than she anticipated and leaving her in a state of paranoia. Meanwhile, her exes, affectionately known as The Bumblers, attempt to steal the mega expensive ring Ezra stole from Patrick (Stephen Bishop) in the season 1 finale. Naturally, things don’t go exactly as planned and they find themselves, once more, on the run.

Look out for Uma Thurman reprising her (terrifying) guest role as lethal fixer Lenny Cohen.

You can catch up on all of Maddie’s season 1 thieving of hearts and money on iTunes, Amazon, and Netflix now, and tune in for the new season starting April 5 at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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Imposters Season 3 is cancelled. All two seasons are available on Netflix.

Bravo’s ‘Imposters’ Has a Season 2 Premiere Date!

Finally! After the con-vincing promos for season two, Bravo’s scripted series Imposters will officially return on Thursday, April 5th at 10pm ET/PT.

It’s a big day for the super fun and thrilling hour-long series: the 10-episode first season is officially on Netflix today. Imposters stars Inbar Lavi as Maddie, a con woman who steals the hearts, and then all the money, of her unsuspecting victims. Her exes, affectionately known as the Bumblers, played by Rob Heaps, Parker Young, and Marianne Rendón  join forces to find her and make her pay, while also adding to a lot of the comedy in the series along their journey.

A press release from Bravo states, “In the season two premiere, Maddie decides to lay low at a lake house in Michigan as she tries to escape her former existence. However, she finds her past much harder to shake than anticipated, leaving her in a state of paranoia. The Bumblers head to Richard’s (Young) hometown hoping to sell the rare, very expensive ring Ezra (Heaps) stole from Patrick (Stephen Bishop). Their hope for a clean getaway backfires when the tables turn and they find themselves on the run… again.” Yes! Here we go again. Plus, Uma Thurman will be back for more fun in the new season as the fierce Lenny Cohen.

Bravo will also air a marathon of Imposters season one starting Monday February 19th from 8am-6pm ET.

Where to watch Imposters

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Imposters (TV series)

American black comedy television series

Imposters is an American dark comedy television series. The show premiered February 7, 2017, on the Bravocable network with a 10-episode season.[2] Announced in April 2015 as My So Called Wife,[3] the series follows con artist Maddie, played by Inbar Lavi, who gets involved in relationships with men and women before leaving them "used and robbed of everything – including their hearts".[4] On April 17, 2017, Bravo renewed the series for a second season,[5] which premiered on April 5, 2018.[6] On June 1, 2018, Bravo canceled the series after two seasons.[7]

Premise[edit]

Maddie Jonson (Inbar Lavi) is a con artist who works with Max (Brian Benben) and Sally (Katherine LaNasa) at the behest of a mysterious figure called "The Doctor" (Ray Proscia) who has teams of con artists working for him in multiple cities. Their method of operation is to make their targets (male or female) fall in love with Maddie while insinuating themselves into their lives, and then steal all their valuables shortly after marrying them. After Ezra Bloom (Rob Heaps) becomes the latest victim of their con, he is visited by Richard Evans (Parker Young), one of Maddie's previous targets, who is looking for her. Together they find Jules Langmore (Marianne Rendón), an artist, who also was married to Maddie. The three decide to team up and look for Maddie, who is about to get conned by an undercover FBI agent, Patrick Campbell (Stephen Bishop), and get their money back.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Inbar Lavi as Maddie Jonson/Ava/Alice/CeCe/Saffron/Molly, a career con-artist working for the mysterious and dangerous Doctor who wants out after cons begin to take a toll on her.[8]
  • Rob Heaps as Ezra Bloom, Maddie's latest conned husband who launches a plot to track her down and get his money back.[9]
  • Parker Young as Richard Evans, Maddie's former husband and fellow conned ex. He tracks down Ezra while looking for Maddie and they launch an investigation together. [10]
  • Marianne Rendón as Julia "Jules" Langmore, Maddie's former wife who comes from a rich family, whom she conned money out of. She joins Ezra and Richard's investigation into Maddie’s crimes.
  • Stephen Bishop as Patrick Campbell, an undercover FBI agent who becomes entangled with Maddie.[10]
  • Brian Benben as Max, Maddie's co-worker who is in charge of the technicalities of conning lovers.[11]
  • Ray Proscia as Jeffrey Hull/The Doctor, the mysterious dangerous man in charge of the game.
  • Katherine LaNasa as Sally, initially worked with Maddie and Max while wanting to run away, but later became a lethal enforcer for the Doctor. (season 2; recurring in season 1)

Recurring[edit]

  • Uma Thurman as Lenny Cohen, The Doctor's assassin who takes care of people not doing their jobs.
  • Denise Dowse as Auntie Colleen / Agent Cook, Patrick's FBI agent boss who poses as his aunt.
  • Adam Korson as Josh Bloom, Ezra's dimwitted brother.
  • Mary Kay Place as Marsha Bloom, Ezra's innocent and good-natured mother.
  • Aaron Douglas as Gary Heller, Maddie's short tempered con who is well aware of the mysterious Doctor. (season 1)
  • Paul Adelstein as Shelly Cohen, Lenny's husband who is also one of the Doctor's assassins. (season 2)
  • Laura Archbold as Sophia/Rosa, Ezra's new love interest who is a fellow con-artist that he meets in Mexico. (season 2)
  • Rachel Skarsten as Poppy Langmore, Jules' uptight, rich sister who takes a liking to Richard when he learns Maddie modeled Alice after her. (season 2)
  • Anne-Marie Johnson as Gail, Maddie's therapist at a luxury retreat center

Guest[edit]

  • Jaime Ray Newman as Linda, a woman who Maddie meets at a self-help center. (season 2)
  • Griffin Dunne as Herman, a man who helps the imposters hide in Mexico City. (season 2)
  • Mauricio de Montellano as Federale, a mexican cop who helps the FBI find the imposters while they hide from the police in Mexico. (season 2)

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

Season 1 (2017)[edit]

Season 2 (2018)[edit]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The show has received largely positive reviews. On the site Metacritic, it received a score of 70, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[35] On Rotten Tomatoes, the show is rated 92% fresh, with the site's consensus reading, "Imposters meshes slapstick comedy, top-notch writing, unexpected twists, and a noteworthy lead performance, with satisfying -- and surprisingly ambitious -- results".[36]

Ratings[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Season 2[edit]

References[edit]

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External links[edit]

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Imposters Season 2 Promo

‘Imposters’ Season 2 Coming to Netflix in April 2019

Imposters – picture courtesy of Bravo

The second and final season of Bravo’s Imposters will be on the way to Netflix in April 2019 in the United States. Here’s what you need to know about the series going in and we’ll also touch on why season 3 of Imposters will not be coming to Netflix.

The release of Imposters season 2 on Netflix applies only to the US at present and will release all 10 episodes on April 5th as part of the April 2019 new Netflix releases.

The dark comedy is about a woman who cons men out of their pockets and their hearts. This season, the trio of conmen and conwomen head to Mexico.

Imposters season 1 aired on Bravo from February 2017 to April 2017 and was then added to Netflix in February 2018. Season 2 of Imposters ran on Bravo between April 2018 and June 2018.

The announcement of Imposters season 2 release date on Netflix hasn’t actually included in the official list of April 2019 listings but was spotted by us on a Netflix page.

Why won’t there be a season 3 of Imposters on Netflix?

As the show is with Bravo, the show’s future was entirely down to Bravo. Sadly, however, it was canceled last June as part of a changing strategy for Bravo. The network seems to be focusing more on its non-scripted reality shows going into 2019. Poor viewing figures is also cited as a possible reason for cancelation.

Bravo also carries the show Dirty John which is vaguely similar in nature. Dirty John is also close to Netflix with it being distributed internationally by Netflix exclusively and is expected to arrive in the US later this year.

Are you looking forward to catching season 2 of The Imposters on Netflix in April? Let us know in the comments down below.

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