The con is over: Bravo is canceling 'Imposters' after two seasons. The Season 2 finale will now serves as a series finale on Thursday, June 7 at 10 p.m. ET.

The show starred Inbar Lavi as a con artist who married unsuspecting dupes and disappeared with their money — until she was confronted by her three most recent victims, played by Parker Young, Stephen Bishop, and Rob Heaps.

"Imposters" fans loved the fizzy tone and many disguises, but the show as never major hit. It averaged 420,000 viewers in Season 2 and a 0.1 in the crucial 18-49 adult demographic, about half of its Season 1 numbers.

And Bravo seems to be moving away from scripted fare. "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce" premieres its fifth and final season June 14, but the only other scripted show is "Dirty John," a true-crime anthology drama starring Connie Britton and Eric Bana.