Imposters Season 3 has been cancelled, but what does the series finale have in store? Creators Paul Adelstein and Adam Brooks have spilled details of the Bravo TV show’s end game.
Speaking to TVLine, Adelstein noted they didn’t design the Season 2 finale as a series finale, however certain storylines will be addressed:
“We had a theme for the season of consequences and what’s next. Because it’s a con show, just like Season 1, everything would build throughout the season [and] hopefully culminate in the finale. I think we did that well here. There’s a very clear through-line, emotionally, for all the characters, and then there are some big questions for them. … We didn’t intend it, obviously, as a series finale, but there are aspects of it that leave us in a place where certain aspects of the story have been resolved. There’s certainly enough out there for the audience’s imagination to wonder what’s going to happen next.”
But will there be closure? Brooks warns that not every storyline will be resolved, but hopes for a future (and unlikely) Season 3 revival to continue the story:
Like Paul said, it’s not [like] we were imagining this being the [series] finale. But when we looked at it that way, we [were] really happy that it doesn’t end on a certain kind of cliffhanger. That would be very frustrating for the audience. What happens in this finale with the Doctor, it does feel like the end of a certain part of our story. There is a certain kind of closure in all of that. And what’s left open, I think, can leave a lot to your imagination. I just saw the final [episode of The] Americans, where they don’t close every loophole, dot every I, cross the T’s. So I think it was an accident, but it worked out well that way. We hope that makes people want more. We hope that maybe one day, who knows, we’ll get to do more. It works better than we might have thought, given that we weren’t planning for it.”