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While not exactly earth-shattering television, Imposters offers some fun, light-hearted escapism, dropping a few tricks of the trade along the way. But the show made an extremely fortunate find in lead Inbar Lavi.
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.
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.
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.