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Entertainment Weekly


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

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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 fools 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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