A drama series — which might also be described as a dark comedy — is going away after two seasons on Bravo. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the NBCUniversal-owned cable network pulled the plug on “Imposters.”
“Created by Adam Brooks and Paul Adelstein, the drama starring Inbar Lavi followed a persona-shifting con artist and her three most recent victims, who pursued her in a game of cat and mouse. Rob Heaps, Parker Young, Marianne Rendon, Stephen Bishop and Brian Benben co-starred,” THR notes.
“While never a ratings breakout, ‘Imposters’ had a small but loyal base on Bravo,” the report adds. “Season one averaged 1.4 million total viewers per episode, up 23 percent in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic. When factoring in delayed viewing, Imposters’ first season was a top 10 cable show in the all-important demo.”
The show’s 10-episode second season launched April 5 on Bravo and still has one episode left to run, which is scheduled for next Thursday, June 7.
Universal Cable Productions may try to shop the show elsewhere.