Variety confirms that Bravo’s Imposters has been canceled
The cancelation comes at the end of the series’ second season; the episode scheduled to air next week on June 7, will now be the series finale.
This news comes after Bravo confirmed the renewal of the series for its sophomore season mid-April.
“Imposters has truly resonated with our audience and critics alike with its unique brand of suspense and humor,” said Frances Berwick, president of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment’s Lifestyle Networks at the time of the renewal. “We’re excited to see what the future holds for this unlikely band of flawed, but lovable characters that our talented creators and actors have fully brought to life.”
The scripted drama was one of the few originals to air on the network and marked the third in total alongside Girlfriends Guide to Divorce and Odd Mom Out.
Created by Adam Brooks and Paul Adelstein who also served as executive producers, it followed Maddie, a persona-shifting con artist and the “Bumblers,” a trio of her recent, heart-broken victims, Ezra, Richard, and Jules.
The series starred Inbar Lavi, Rob Heaps, Parker Young, Marianne Rendón, Brian Benben, and Stephen Bishop.