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Perhaps what surprised me the most was just how sharp the writing is. Especially once Uma Thurman shows up in a reoccurring role, even an overanalyzing television cynic like me couldn't help but just enjoy the ride.
While you could chalk some of those tropes to being a side effect of the show's overall premise, the presentation of Maddie's sexuality leaves a lot to be desired.
What at first glance looks a rather slight confection about a pretty conwoman ripping off rich male saps quickly becomes a lot more interesting -- not to mention surprisingly dark and funny.
An amoral, streetwise anti-heroine who is very complicated. Do you root for her or for the guys she's fleeced? That's an intriguing question and it's what propels this captivating new black comedy/drama series.
It's a shaggy, ridiculous, tonally inconsistent show... But it owns its own nuttiness, which allows the audience to adjust its expectations accordingly - and makes for a fun, unexpected journey.
There are occasional laughs and bits and pieces of the concept that I like, but really the best reason to watch Imposters will be for Inbar Lavi and possibly just to get excited for what she'll do next.
Imposters developed a small, but impassioned cult following for good reason.
Imposters is an ambitious neo-noir black comedy, centered around a con artist and her victims. It's an enjoyable watch, but suffers from inconsistent tone.
A con artist caper with a perfect mix of dark comedy, emotional stakes, colorful characters and "OMG!" twists
Audience Reviews for Imposters: Season 1
Feb 17, 2021Lots of ‘technical/real life' loose ends but oh so entertaining so you don't care. Loved the character development. Many episodes to keep you happy. Loved!
Feb 15, 2021Imposters Season One is dark comedy about a female con artist named Maddie played by the beautiful Inbar Lavi who uses love to con men to marry her then disappears with their money. The victims are left tormented, broke, and their life derailed . These victims played by Rob Heaps, Parker Young, and Marianne Rendon end up finding each other to look for their long lost love to see why she did what she did. Her actions were order by the Doctor played by Ray Proscia along with their partners Katherine LaNasa and Brian Benben. Maddie on another assignment in Seattle falls for an unbeknownst FBI agent played by Stephon Bishop. The season ends up on a roller coaster ride where the four main characters work together to con the FBI to try to get away from them. It's a fun clever script that I feel in love with the characters hoping they do the right thing. Definitely check out this series, second season is around the corner.
Jan 24, 2021None of these characters are remotely likeable. The cast was clearly hired based on attractiveness and not talent. Vapid, boring, and nonsensical. How exactly is this being billed as a comedy? I must be watching a different show. The actor playing Maddie's father is a clear standout.
Jan 17, 2021Started out really good than completely fell apart. I mean they took out Douglas who played Heller ( Bank exec) with all that promise, money laundering , love thing and bank position and than Boom just Killed it the whole plot lead .Than they went into absolute crazy with nonsense moronic plot twists. Why do shows do this Kill the entire plot and characters and than jump into wacko land
Jan 13, 2021Great show! Really good story well crafted and great fresh actors.
Jan 13, 2021This is a gem. I haven't seen a good show like this in a while. Thanks Netflix.
Jan 12, 2021Meh, started out ok, then got BS like. A women cons 3 people, they hunt her down, then they fall in with her and help out? Really? I don't think so.
Dec 16, 2020Lame situations, writing, and performances. I endured it in the background as my girlfriend watched it.
Jun 23, 2020Great show but there would be changes I would make to it. I would take Ezra's "girlfriend" (Don't know her name) out just to make him suffer more I guess. Plus she doesn't really participate in Ezra's love life unless if you count the time where she pretended to be Ava. There's a lot going on in the show, which isn't bad, but after a while it gets hard to remember what happened. Tbh, I was actually surprised how much I liked this show, due to the fact that I knew it had been cancelled in the end. 4/5.
Apr 12, 2020I was going to end my Netflix, but I always find some great stuff: Russian Doll, Queen of the South, Molly's Game (huge Chastaine fan), and now "Imposters." It was slow to pull me in, perhaps two episodes. I really enjoy it.