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Air Date: September 26th, 2014

Network: Amazon

Series Summary
The past and future unravel when a dramatic admission causes a family's secrets to spill out.

Rating: TVMA

Genres: Sitcom


  • Season 3 - Episode 10 : Exciting and New Sep 23, 2016

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    The Pfeffermans go on a cruise in hopes of escaping their problems; the Seder brings everyone together.

  • Season 3 - Episode 9 : Off the Grid Sep 23, 2016

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    Josh makes a decision after reconnecting with Colton; Ali goes on a mission; Sarah has a hard time controlling her anger; Maura has an exciting night out.

  • Season 3 - Episode 8 : If I Were a Bell Sep 23, 2016

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    In 1958, Maura's femininity causes a family conflict; in 1966, Shelly and Mort have a clandestine affair.

  • Season 3 - Episode 7 : Life Sucks and Then You Die Sep 23, 2016

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    Josh has difficult news for Colton; Sarah oversteps with Raquel; big issues emerge between Maura and Vicki.

  • Season 3 - Episode 6 : The Open Road Sep 23, 2016

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    Undeniable chemistry emerges when Josh hits the road with a unexpected copilot; Shelly discovers Buzzy's outlandish spending; Ali has an experience at the dentist's office.

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  • These scenes [flashbacks to Weimar Germany], which feature Michaela Watkins doing the best with a tritely anxious, angry character, are the weakest elements of the new season, at once too pat and too melodramatic. But the show benefits from terrific casting in its supporting roles this season, with great turns by Cherry Jones, Richard Masur, Anjelica Huston, and the poet Eileen Myles. Show More

  • What a lovely heart this show has, and what supple skills Transparent uses to explore the questions of identity and connection rolling around inside that wounded, hopeful heart. This is simply a great show. Show More

  • Season 2 is bolder, stronger, and more audacious because now, actions have consequences.... For a TV show, the stakes don’t get much higher and Soloway nails it all with ease. Show More

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