Cable Comedy Series Canceled

Dec 13, 2016  •  Post A Comment

On the heels of its season finale, the cancellation ax fell today on a comedy series airing on cable. Deadline.com reports that TV Land pulled the plug on “Impastor” after two seasons.

The report notes that the show averaged about 360,000 viewers in Live+Same Day during season two.

“‘Impastor’ centers on Buddy Dobbs (Michael Rosenbaum), a slacker with gambling debt as he tries to escape his old life by assuming the identity of a gay pastor and relocating to a small town to serve as pastor,” Deadline notes. “With the new identity, he thought he could escape his old life, but he was wrong.”

Commenting on the cancellation, Keith Cox, president of Development and Production for TV Land, said: “We want to thank the incredibly talented cast, producers and crew of ‘Impastor’ for their hard work over the past two exciting seasons.”


  1. Funny show. Shame

  2. One of the better, more clever shows on TV. Big fan. Wish it would find a home elsewhere!

  3. Too bad. It was a pretty good show.

  4. Well, again my Jonah strikes. every show I like is cancelled. My wife and I actually looked forward to this show coming on. It’s almost time to cut the cord and go with Netflix and Amazon, at least you get a whole season at a time.

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