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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

Episodes

  • Season 4 - Episode 10 : House Call Sep 22, 2017

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    Ali remains in Israel to learn more about herself when the rest of the family returns to Los Angeles; Sarah, Len and Lila re-evaluate their complicated relationship; Josh confronts his romance issues head-on; Maura and Davis reclaim the house.

  • Season 4 - Episode 9 : They Is on the Way Sep 22, 2017

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    Davina's stay at the Pfefferman house is rudely interrupted; the family floats in the Dead Sea; Ali rushes to meet her relatives but is detained at an Israeli checkpoint.

  • Season 4 - Episode 8 : Desert Eagle Sep 22, 2017

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    Maura yearns to forge a new relationship, but she finds that the connection is strained; Ali is drawn to rejoin her family; Josh tries to shoot a gun in the desert.

  • Season 4 - Episode 7 : Babar the Borrible Sep 22, 2017

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    Sarah and Len divert a family outing to visit Lila's mom; Ali breaks off from the group to visit a friend; members of the family engage in questionably authentic tourism.

  • Season 4 - Episode 6 : I Never Promised You a Promised Land Sep 22, 2017

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    Upon convening for an unusual vacation, the family encounters a tribe of long-lost Pfeffermans; Ali pulls away from the rest of the family.

ratings & reviews

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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

  • In Season 3, the superb writing and performances make Transparent more satisfying than ever. If there's a standout, it's Light as Shelly, providing most of the comedy as Shelly works on her own one-woman show. Show More

  • Back and as impressively irritating as ever. Show More

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Awards

Nominated Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy
Winner Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series
Winner International
British Academy of Film & Television Arts (2016)
Nominated Outstanding Comedy Series
Nominated Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy
Nominated Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
Screen Actors Guild Awards (2016)
Winner Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy
Nominated Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series
Nominated Outstanding Comedy Series
Winner Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series