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- IMPASTOR | "What is 'Impastor'?" Promo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GivFq_dK7QA
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 72/video/1


- IMPASTOR | "Fake Coffee" Promo #1:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nT60uT3fZ8


- IMPASTOR | "Fake Coffee" Promo #2:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VnKdV9A-cY
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 84/video/1


- IMPASTOR | "The Con Goes On" Promo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6i1Tjlq05o


- IMPASTOR | "Fool Me" Promo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxPiDoZ72TM


- IMPASTOR | "Fake identity, Real Trouble" Promo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAkr3mZ9gZs


- IMPASTOR | "Ask Pastor Buddy: Talk Dirty":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TGxRouQZiM
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 24/video/1


- IMPASTOR | "Ask Pastor Buddy: Sex Advice":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iX5jmhVbuU0


- IMPASTOR | "Ask Pastor Buddy: Is Masturbation a Sin?":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ22y5Uzxas


- IMPASTOR | "Do you think Alden will discover Buddy's true identity?" Promo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O__ltVyt_8w
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 3560866817


- IMPASTOR | "What do you love about #Impastor?" Promo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEi_duYBdgQ
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 3925618688


- IMPASTOR | "What do you think will happen to Buddy this season?" Promo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgtlB3asZxE
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 4459406337


- IMPASTOR | "The #Impastor cast tell you all about Season 2 in 1 sentence" Promo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qctMQhT5xU
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 2976840704


- IMPASTOR | "Next Up" Promo:

https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 5250582528


- IMPASTOR | "Bust a move, #Impastor returns in 3 DAYS!" Promo:

https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 8658342912


- IMPASTOR | "Return to the house of Buddy in 2 DAYS!" Promo:

https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 6683366400


- IMPASTOR | "TOMORROW!" Promo:

https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 0007714817


- IMPASTOR | "TONIGHT!" Promo:

https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 3035691008


- IMPASTOR | "What genre would you call #Impastor?" Promo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-AS9-f6zY4
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 1380233217


- IMPASTOR | "Con Man Comes to Town" Promo:

https://twitter.com/mrosenbaum711/statu ... 8330868737


- IMPASTOR | S4 TV Promo:

https://twitter.com/mrosenbaum711/statu ... 4888726528


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- Michael Rosenbaum, promo Interview at "KTLA Morning News" (21-09-16):

https://twitter.com/mrosenbaum711/statu ... 8366058496
http://ktla.com/2016/09/21/michael-rose ... S7V2n4a-Ah


- "Impastor" LIVE Cast Party on Facebook & S2 premiere sneak peek (21-09-16):

https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 9214652416
https://www.facebook.com/impastortv/vid ... 622187769/
https://www.facebook.com/impastortv/vid ... 032187228/

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- Today We Learned #152: Michael Rosenbaum (Nerdist) 20-09-16:

http://nerdist.com/today-we-learned-152 ... rosenbaum/


- Facebook Live with "Impastor" Star Michael Rosenbaum (YahooTV):

https://www.facebook.com/YahooTV/videos ... 034575894/


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- 'Impastor' Star Michael Rosenbaum on the Show's Dark Humor (WSJ):

http://www.wsj.com/video/impastor-star- ... F1201.html


- Rosenbaum on playing flag football with Terrell Owens: 'It was like the Super Bowl' (Good Morning Football):

http://www.nfl.com/videos/good-morning- ... Super-Bowl
https://au.sports.yahoo.com/nfl/video/w ... p=st#page1

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- Facebook LIVE with the Impastor cast (28-09-16):

https://www.facebook.com/impastortv/vid ... 928518805/

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- BUILD Series NYC (28-09-16):

https://twitter.com/philiplouie01/statu ... 2351577088
http://build.aol.com/video/57ec18745095496c5fc3211c/

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(@MattMitovich: @mrosenbaum711 had us dying at end of @impastortv's @BUILDseriesNYC panel with a bit he did (Hint Never ask an actor their fave character)



- Nuevas imágenes de la rueda de prensa promocional de la S2 de "Impastor" en N.Y. (27-28 Sept 2016):

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(@CasseyOnTV: We..LOVE HIM! @mrosenbaum711 See Michael Wed nights @impastortv #tvland he loves bowling & is single @tvland
@mrosenbaum711: At @Viacom building today. Got to meet the great @tvland people who really work hard to make @impastortv great. Love to you guys)



- "Impastor" S2 Premiere watch Party (28-09-16):

https://twitter.com/TheMikeKosinski/sta ... 3032958978
https://twitter.com/mrosenbaum711/statu ... 6783840257
https://twitter.com/maxwyeth/status/781325879897128961

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(@DougBelliveau: Live tweeting @impastortv! #Impastor
@missmircea: @mrosenbaum711 watching @mrosenbaum711 so meta! @impastortv @tvland)



- Michael Rosenbaum at Tom Arnold ´s Podcast One - Ep. 9 (28-09-16):

https://www.podcastone.com/pg/jsp/progr ... id=1678077

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- Michael Rosebaum on SiriusXM, L.A. (04-10-16):

https://twitter.com/mrosenbaum711/statu ... 3340679168


- Interview: ‘Michael Rosenbaum’ Talks Impastor, Toilet Paper And Full Frontal Nudity (redcarpetcrash):

http://redcarpetcrash.com/interview-mic ... al-nudity/


- Michael Rosenbaum on "Last Call with Carson Daly" (05-10-16):

http://www.nbc.com/last-call-with-carso ... um/3110371


- Sara Rue Open Up About Kids & Michael’s Dating Life (People Now Live):

http://people.com/babies/impastor-stars ... ting-life/




- VIDEO: 'Impastor' Star Sara Rue Says Her Character May or May Not Out Buddy Dobs (whosay):

https://www.facebook.com/WhoSay/videos/ ... 073184395/



- Sara Rue Talks Fun Co-Stars and New Season of “Impastor” (KTLA5):

http://ktla.com/2016/09/30/sara-rue-tal ... bufwqXqxU6


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- ‘Impastor’: Mircea Monroe regresa para la Season 2 (hiddenremote):
‘Impastor’: Mircea Monroe regresa para la Season 2
Por Brittany Frederick 23 Sept 2016


TV Land‘s Impastor returns Wednesday to raise more heck as Buddy Dobbs and the eclectic members of the Ladner parish are set to get into even more trouble. And considering that last season involved people being shot, a strip club and a bingo addiction, it’s going to be a lot of trouble.

Before the Season 2 premiere Hidden Remote connected with series star Mircea Monroe (above third from right), who plays the beautiful and beguiling Alexa Cummings, to chat about what’s ahead for her character, Impastor‘s passionate fan base, and how Alexa’s brand of crazy compares to her tenure as the over-the-top starlet Morning Randolph on Showtime’s Episodes.

Hidden Remote: This is such an off-the-wall show with a unique premise. What was it about Impastor that made you want to be a part of it?

Mircea Monroe: I just read the pilot which was so good; it was one of the best things I’d read in a really long time. Then specifically with Alexa, I sat down with [series creator] Chris [Vane] who sort of told me where her storyline was going to go, which was what made me so excited.

In the pilot you don’t see her much, and so he sort of explained what he had in mind for her, which was incredible and a lot of twists and turns. She has all of these unexpected things in her past that come up unexpectedly in the second season.

Hidden Remote: Are we allowed to say what any of those things might be?

Monroe: There’s so many unexpected things that happen – and also a romance in the second season.

Hidden Remote: Sometimes it feels like the whole show is unexpected. The season finale had someone being shot with an arrow, even. So was there anything in Season 1 that came as a particular surprise to you?

Monroe: Literally every time I read a script I’m like ‘What?’ or I gasp. Every single script. Which is why it’s such an exciting show to do, because even doing it I don’t see it coming. Even when I think I know, [when] I’m like oh yeah they’re going to do whatever and I have something in mind, it’s totally different. That’s why I think it’s so much fun to watch.

There’s nothing else like it on television. It’s really funny, but also there’s a lot of heart and drama. It’s everything all in one, and that in itself is so unusual and unique and special and a must see.

Hidden Remote: Season 2 is where shows usually dig into characters more. Was there anything you really wanted to uncover about Alexa this season?

Monroe: It was really neat – I went and sat with all the writers and they kind of go over are there things you want? How are you feeling? Are there special skills that you can do that we might know?

And it’s really nice to be a part of something where you as the person are taken are respected so much and they really value how you feel and all that kind of stuff. I really just trusted them. They did so many fun things for me the first season that I knew I was in for a treat.

Hidden Remote: We learned last year she robbed a bank. So how does Alexa compare to what you’ve gotten to play as Morning on Episodes? Because they’re both pretty quirky.

Monroe: Alexa is I think more dangerous. More of a badass. She has a much darker past, as opposed to Morning, who just has a big ego.

Hidden Remote: Which brings us to a point. You’ve been pretty prolific, doing Episodes at the same time you were on The CW’s Hart of Dixie and now this. How have you kept all of your characters straight?

Monroe: I’m super-focused. I have a cheat sheet. I also have when I work, like a journal of that character, who they are, where they came from, where they’re going, all of that. Even just glancing at it, it immediately puts me in the present to know where I’m at emotionally.

I basically take notes as I’m working, so I could be anywhere doing anything and immediately be in the moment. It’s kind of taking the time when you have the time to get everything in your life in order.

Hidden Remote: Speaking of congregations, Impastor has developed a pretty strong fan following. Can we talk about the fans?

Monroe: We have these incredible fans that are devoted and we love talking to on social media so I would just say thank you for that. We as the cast really appreciate it and love it and love hearing from them.

Even as a cast, we’re really close friends and I think that that shows on the screen. It’s nice how people working together love each other. That always makes me want to watch something.


http://hiddenremote.com/2016/09/24/impa ... -season-2/

- ‘Impastor’: Mike Kosinski habla sobre el viaje de Russell en la Season 2 (hiddenremote):
‘Impastor’: Mike Kosinski habla sobre el viaje de Russell en la Season 2
Por Brittany Frederick 26 Sept 2016



TV Land’s ‘Impastor’ returns Wednesday for a second season of small-town chaos, and star Mike Kosinski joined Hidden Remote to tell what’s in store for his character Russell.

Season 2 of TV Land‘s Impastor will be no less wild for Russell Kerry, as the Ladner Trinity Lutheran Church secretary is going to find more ways to wind up in trouble when new episodes begin Wednesday.

Before all the fun starts, Hidden Remote sat down with the man behind Russell, actor Mike Kosinski (pictured above left with co-star Mircea Monroe) to figure out how much is ahead for his character and if Russell has moved on from what happened to him in Season 1.

Hidden Remote: How much trouble is Russell going to be dragged into in Season 2?

Mike Kosinski: I think he loves being in the center of information and that often comes when he gets pulled into the danger zone. He gets pulled into a lot. This season has so many twists and turns. Last season had so many great cliffhangers and big moments that I was like I don’t know how they’re going to top that, and then Episode 1 [of this season] I was like oh, we’re right back in it.

Hidden Remote: Does any of that have to do with what happened to him in Season 1? He did get accidentally outed by Buddy (Michael Rosenbaum).

Kosinski: I think we have moved on from that a little bit. Russell definitely has some big moments, but nothing too much dealing with the aftermath of that.

Hidden Remote: But that’s typical of how everyone around him is more than a little bit out of control. What’s going through his mind when he looks at the rest of the main characters? Does he ever just think they’re all crazy?

Kosinski: I definitely think there are some moments of ‘What’s going on here?’ And it’s interesting; you’ll get to see a little more of what’s going on with each of the characters this season and even some secrets that they might be hiding from one another.

Hidden Remote: That unpredictability seems like it would be hilarious to play. How much fun is it for you just to go to work every day?

Kosinski: It’s so wonderful because I love everyone in the cast, and I know everyone says that but it’s just so fun. You get to go hang out with your friends and do ridiculous things on and off screen. This season alone I walked on my hands, almost had to hold a squealing pig.

Because the show has elements of action-thriller but also comedy, it’s kind of like oh today I might go in and shoot a scene where someone is shooting at me and tomorrow I might do a scene where it’s just pure comedy. It’s fun; you never know what you’re going to get.

Hidden Remote: Impastor is one of the biggest roles in your career, so how has it been for you to explore Russell for a second season?

Kosinski: It’s been great. Coming back for a second season is a great luxury that many shows don’t ever experience so I feel very fortunate for that.

But coming back you have had the chance to watch the first season so you have an even better sense of the show than you did the first time around. The first go-around we had all seen the pilot and that’s it. Coming back to a second season you’re coming into a more thorough understanding of the show and how your character comes off and interacts with everyone else in that world. So I think that was really helpful to me and the second season felt more relaxed. We felt like we knew where we fit in all this.

Hidden Remote: What’s been the biggest challenge?

Kosinski: I think since I come from a background of improv, sinking your teeth in is a luxury and a challenge for me because I’m used to doing a show where I might play twenty characters in that night and you’re bouncing around.

So that’s a different skill, to be able to change up your energy to move from one character to another. Being used to that, it can be difficult to be like I really need to find this character in a way that I can always come back to it in the same way.

Hidden Remote: Are there particular shows that you’re watching this fall? What would you call yourself a fan of?

Kosinski: I have recently become obsessed with a couple shows on A&E that are reality shows but they’re like really well done documentary-style almost. One is called Escaping Polygamy, which is about these women who escape this polygamist cult in Salt Lake City and they have dedicated their lives to helping other people leave it.

The other is called 60 Days In and it is about these people who have volunteered for a program where they go into a prison as inmates and there are cameras that follow them for the sixty days they’re in prison. And I’m rewatching all of Six Feet Under.



http://hiddenremote.com/2016/09/26/impa ... -season-2/

- De Smallville a Impastor: 8 preguntas con Michael Rosenbaum (empireonline):
De Smallville a Impastor: 8 preguntas con Michael Rosenbaum
Por Ed Gross 27 Sep 2016 21:57


Lex Luthor is a tough act to follow, a notion that isn’t lost on actor Michael Rosenbaum who portrayed the iconic Superman villain for seven of Smallville’s ten-year run. It was at that point, after having extended his six-year contract by one, that he set out on his own path, believing, as proud as he was of the Luthor role, that he had even more to offer the audience, particularly when it came to humor.

He got a chance to test that theory in the short-lived 2011 series Breaking In, but has really come into his own in Impastor, which is embarking on its second season. Rosenbaum plays Buddy Dobbs, something of a slacker with a gambling debt that is proving detrimental to his health. Running out of options, he’s ready to end it all by jumping off a bridge, but is saved by a young gay reverend who, while doing so, accidentally plunges to his own death. Suddenly Buddy is given new purpose: to take the reverend’s identity and proceeding to the small town the reverend was appointed to that has no idea he isn’t who he claims to be. What follows is his immersing himself in this new life, always looking over his shoulder for the moment when the truth becomes known and he has to flee. Think of it as The Fugitive, but with weed, sex and political incorrectness.

There seemed to be something surprising in you doing a series for TV Land in the States, but here you are, going into your second season.

That was my reaction when my agent gave me the script. He said, “It’s written by Eric Tannenbaum and it’s for TV Land.” I go, “TV Land? Look, man, I love I Dream Of Jeannie and I’m a big Gilligan’s Island fan, but I don’t want to do a show on TV Land. I don’t want to do that kind of fluff stuff.” They’re, like, "No, they’re changing their network.” I said, “I’ve heard that they’re changing and then you go in there and you can’t say 'damn.' You have to say 'crap.'" But then I read the Impastor script and realized it was really good and we say “cock” on page eight, we say “shit” on page twelve. Buddy's banging a prostitute. He said, “They want to do the show. They want to make it edgy, they want to make it fun, they want it to be serialized, shot like a movie, not a sitcom.” I went and had a conversation with Eric, who said he wanted me to executive produce the show with him. His words were, “Michael, I want you to be part of the creation. I want you to be part of the casting I want you to be involved in everything.” I didn’t believe they would, but they picked it up.

And then they picked it up for a second season.

Right? And I admire them for being patient and really believing in a show that is, I feel, unique and unlike anything on TV. It doesn't take itself too seriously, it still has edge, it surprises you, the characters are fun, it's shot beautifully, it's serialized, it's quirky, it's Fletch-like, it's easy to watch and it's only twenty-two minutes of your life. I think that getting people in this oversaturated business where there's a billion shows, is amazing. Getting people to watch it is the hard part, but when they do, then they tell other people. The truth is, you have only ten episodes nowadays and it’s hard to keep an audience. You come back a year later and try to get the same audience to come back and hope that it grows.

The advantage in the shorter season model in that, yes, you’ve got the opportunity to craft ten really solid episodes, but maintaining that audience is a challenge. On the other hand, much like you had with Smallville, there’s the twenty-two episode season run, which oftentimes has so much filler that it can dilute the dramatic thrust of the season.

How did they do it? How do you write twenty-two episodes a year? That’s ten months a year we’re working. We had freak of the week on Smallville for a while, but how couldn't you? You can’t write twenty-two brilliant episodes a year. You just can’t do it. It’s hard to write ten brilliant episodes a year, but if most of your episodes are compelling or good and keep the audience engaged, then you’re in good shape.

In some ways it seems like a tough premise for a series to sustain; the rug could be pulled out from under him at any second.

How Buddy got to this town is the most ridiculous thing you can imagine. He could always just split, but something’s keeps him around. He’s got this house, the town is so small and the people actually believe he’s this guy; they didn’t do any research on him and, on top of it, he’s starting to like some of them. And he’s, like, “Wow, this is the best scam I've ever done. I've got this prostitute on the side, I can steal some weed, I have to do these crappy sermons every once in a while, I have this beautiful house, I've got this assistant who will do anything for me.” At the same time, the keys are always in the ignition, he's always ready to go if something happens, but there's something keeps him there. Call it divine intervention, call it whatever you want, I think it's fun. There's an article on Zap2it that I always loved because I'm a huge Chevy Chase fan and it said he has a Fletch-like twinkle in his eye ... It is kind of an edgy Fletch.

It seems that Buddy is evolving the longer he’s involved with these people, despite still being a bit of an asshole. Do you feel that he’s changing?

I think that Buddy's so used to getting shit on and then shitting right back on people as a defense mechanism. It's like when someone says, "Screw you," you say, "Screw you" back and you get so used to that that he just expects that out of people; he doesn't expect good out of people. Then he comes to this town and meets someone like Dora, played by Sara Rue, who's awesome in the show. You know, “There’s just no way she's this good. Something's messed up, she's not this good.” But then he starts to realize that there are good people out there and that kind of messes him up a little bit, because he's not used to it. Then he starts realizing that some of his actions are actually hurting people. Does that stop him? I don't know if it stops him, but it might make him… pause. I mean, the guy does have feelings. I think that he doesn’t want to hurt these people, and even wants to bang a few of them.

I also think he wants to make a little money and try to live the high life until he is forced to get out of there or he gets caught. He's not really a bad guy, I just think he grew up in a bad part of town, he didn't have a mom and dad around, he didn't have good role models, and he's just kind of looking out for himself. If he doesn't look out for himself, no one else will. If he has to take advantage of something and it hurts someone else, he doesn't feel great about it, but he tends to do it.

You’re so enthusiastic talking about Impastor but it really has been something of a bumpy road career wise, hasn’t it, since you were so determined to get off of Smallville after season seven?

I remember sitting with Peter Roth, the president of Warner Brothers ... I've never really told this story. Everybody has an ego and I think everybody likes to get their way. Peter took me to dinner, because he tried to get me to do two more seasons of Smallville. I was very polite and respectful. I said, "Peter, my grandma thinks I'm funny and I've always wanted to do comedy, and I started out in comedy, and I was doing tons of comedy, and then I was catapulted into this role that I love and it's been great, but I was contracted for six years to play Lex Luthor, I did seven, and I'm just ready to move on and I'm just ready to take a new step." He looked at me and says, "You know, Julianna Margulies, she turned down millions of dollars to stay with ER and look where she is now." It wasn’t two or three years later where she just made a fortune with The Good Wife and all of that, and her career just took off. I said, “I’m going to bank on my talent. I’m just going to take a chance on me. I think I’ve done this long enough, I did this character for seven years and I just don’t feel like shaving my head for two more years.” I came back for the finale, but at the time I just wanted to take a chance.

The transition was what I thought it would be. I remember Greg Beeman, who directed License to Drive, The Wonder Years and a lot of Smallville episodes, said, “You realize, dude, you’re the only person in the cast that looks different. Once you grow your hair out, you won’t look like you.” I hadn't thought of that. I called my agent and said, “Hey, set up general meetings with everybody. They need to see me with hair." We started doing that and then I was cast on Breaking In. Then I directed my first feature [2014’s Back In The Day] with Morena Baccarin, Nick Swardson, and Harland Williams. I couldn't have done more ... Again, I think you really have to know your ability and you have to know who you are. It wasn't ego, it wasn’t, “I’m not doing Smallville because I'm too good for it.” It was more, “Hey, I’ve got more to offer.” Look, luck is a commodity of preparation and opportunity and I feel like I'm always prepared when that moment comes. I think it comes down to just believing in yourself.

You mentioned that you appeared in the last episode of Smallville. What was your feeling about the way the show ended?

Here’s the thing: I didn’t watch the last three seasons, because I wasn’t in it. Call me egotistical, call me whatever, but that’s the reason I didn’t watch the show. I was working and getting my shit together. But I finally called them up and said, “Hey, look, it’s the last episode ever. I’ll do it, you’ve got me for one day next week.” When I got there I was, like, “What’s happened since I left?” I had no idea what was going on. There were moments where I just didn’t know what the fuck I was doing. I liked my scenes with Tom Welling, but I felt like the show was, for me, done when I left in season seven. Then I sort of did it for the fans and did it for me for closure and to say, “Hey, I did come back.” I did do it, and that's ultimately why.

Do you realize that this is Smallville’s 15th anniversary?

Holy shit. You just made me feel really old, but I'm proud of it. I have fans all over the world because of that show and I love them. I go to Australia, I go to England…people just embrace it. You can’t be luckier as an actor or as a human being to feel that sort of accomplishment, and if that’s all I did — if I was just Lex Luthor — it would be enough. It really would be enough to go back home to New Berg, Indiana, where there are, like, 3,000 people in the town and where I wasn’t supposed to do anything. To say you were this iconic, legendary character for seven years. I would’ve mowed my lawn with a smile on my face.


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- Stills de la S2 de "Impastor":

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- IMPASTOR | 2.02 "Guardian Angel" Promo:
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- Impastor Extra: Inside ‘The Devil Went Down To Ladner’ (Season 2 Ep. 1) | TV Land:


- Impastor | Photoshoot Behind the Scenes:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWJwkGjyq2g
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 8234726400



- Impastor | Imperfect: S2 Premiere Bloopers:
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- Impastor | Inside the Episode: 'Guardian Angel' (Season 2 Ep. 2):


- Impastor | Imperfect: 2.02 "Guardian Angel" Bloopers:
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 1100184576


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- IMPASTOR | 2.03 "Buddy´s Prayer" Promo:
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 8943665152



- IMPASTOR | David Rasche or Karaoke King? | Behind the Scenes Ep. 3:


- Impastor | Imperfect: 2.03 "Buddy´s Prayer" Bloopers:
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 5417223168


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- IMPASTOR | BTS Inside Michael Rosenbaum´s Trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rnJA-FW56Q
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 5936555008




- IMPASTOR | "Fake Coffee: Lollipops" Promo:


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- IMPASTOR | 2.04 "Sins of the Past-or" Part 1 Promo:
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 6006589440


- IMPASTOR | Luke Handwalker! | Behind the Scenes Ep. 4:

- IMPASTOR | Imperfect: 2.04 "Sins of the Past-or" Part 1 Bloopers:
https://twitter.com/impastortv/status/7 ... 8340953088


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- IMPASTOR | 2.05 "Sins of the Past-or" Part 2 Promo:

- IMPASTOR | Sara Rue Plays Princess for a Day | Behind the Scenes Ep. 5:

- Impastor | Imperfect: 2.05 "Sins of the Past-or" Part 2 Bloopers:


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