Uma Thurman as Lenny Cohen
Uma Thurman is set to return as the Doctor’s (Ray Proscia) loyal henchman, Lenny Cohen, in Season 2 of “Imposters.” Bravo/Ed Araquel

“Imposters” fans have not seen the last of Lenny Cohen.

According to Deadline, Uma Thurman is confirmed to reprise her role as Lenny in Season 2 of the Bravo series.

The Oscar-nominated actress made her debut as the Doctor’s (Ray Proscia) henchman and ultimate fixer in Season 1, episode 3, and went on to appear in three more episodes of the show’s freshman run. Thurman’s Season 2 return isn’t really surprising as the Doctor called Lenny at the very end of the Season 1 finale and instructed her to hunt down Maddie (Inbar Lavi), Max (Brian Benben), Ezra (Rob Heaps), Richard (Parker Young) and Jules (Marianne Rendón) following the Patrick Campbell (Stephen Bishop) fiasco.

Series co-creator Adam Brooks are good friends with Thurman, and their friendship basically led to the actress’ casting as Lenny.

“I’ve been friends with Uma for a very long time, and we’ve, on a number of occasions, tried to do something together, and something would always happen that would mess it up,” Brooks told Entertainment Weekly last April. “It’s been going on for years. She asked if she could see the[‘Imposters’] pilot when we finished it last spring, almost a year ago—she said, ‘Come over, we’ll make a dinner, we’ll all watch it.’ So we had this thing, and she said, ‘Oh my God, it’s so fantastic. I would love to do a character arc in Season 2.’ And I was like, ‘You can do a character arc in Season 1. We have this character who would be perfect for you.’ We knew that we wanted this henchman named Lenny Cohen, and we had outlined it, but we hadn’t started writing it, and so I called [co-creator] Paul [Adelstein], and we wrote it for her and she loved it and she said yes. And we had an amazing time doing it with her.”

In addition to Lenny’s return, fans can also expect some sort of self-reinvention for every character on the show in the upcoming season.

“What’s really interesting to us is that all our major characters no longer can be defined by what defined them at the beginning of Season 1,” Brooks told TVLine last April when asked what’s next for the characters in Season 2. “Ezra, Jules and Richard were defined, first of all, by finding the love of their lives, losing that person and then realizing that they could go and try to find her. That quest is now done. Who are they now?”

“Max has been defined by devotion and working for the Doctor. Now he’s unmoored from that. He tried to pull of this tricky thing, [and] he failed. Does he go to the Doctor?” Brooks continued. “Patrick totally messed up. What’s going to happen to him when he’s no longer the hotshot FBI agent? Is Maddie under his skin? Does he hate-love her? And Maddie keeps saying she wants some kind of normalcy. What’s she going to do now? How does she define herself away from the whole thing? … Our story is about identity – how do you reinvent yourself? Who are you? – and peril. Those are the elements that will lead us into Season 2 now.”

The new season is expected to premiere in 2018.