Warning: Spoilers ahead for the series finale of Imposters! Come back and read once you've caught up!
Well, Imposters has ended its run on Bravo with the Season 2 finale, but now we know what Season 3 could have been about had the show not received its untimely cancellation. According to show creators Paul Adelstein and Adam Brooks, the criminal enterprise that was headed up by the Doctor would have been at the forefront of the storytelling. Here's what Adelstein had to say:
As you might imagine, once Ezra decided to answer one of the Doctor's ringing burner phones and get the details on some shenanigans in Cincinnati, the idea that he might actually take over the (now dead) Doctor's criminal enterprise would cause some problems for him and Sophia. With the Doctor defeated, Maggie finally getting arrested and looking like she'd pay for her crimes, and the Bumblers getting a ton of cash for their trouble, it looked like they'd all be free and clear to start their lives over again, but curiosity led Ezra to pick up that phone.
The road will not be easy for Ezra, though, if he really wants to run the show. Whenever the big dog is taken out in a scenario like this, there are always a lot of pretenders to the throne, and most of them will be willing to kill to get their competition out of the way, and that's exactly the problem that would have faced our main characters in Season 3.
Of course, it wouldn't have been all doom and gloom, the creators were clear to point out, in their interview with Entertainment Weekly, that they knew what fans liked and were prepared to give it to them:
Well, Imposters may have ended its time on TV, but that doesn't mean that some industrious fans can't work all this into some awesome fan fiction sometime soon. For more on what you can catch on the small screen, be sure to check out our summer premiere guide.
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