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TV Binge Report: Transparent

From the first moments of the pilot it was clear that Transparent, Amazon’s new original dramedy series about a father (Jeffrey Tambor) who comes out to his adult children as transgender, was a good show. 1,181 more words

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"Transparent" is a wildly cool and different new show. Fox News has more fun lying about "voter fraud." And "Boardwalk Empire" goes out with a bang.

Sometimes you see a show on cable and say “Man, there’s no way this show could ever be on network TV.”
Then you see a show like Amazon’s new and brilliant “Transparent,” and say, “I can’t believe this show got made, because even cable wouldn’t take a risk on airing it.” 711 more words

100 Words On... Transparent

Transparent is one of a new batch of shows made by Amazon and viewable via their ‘instant video’, and though none have broken out yet in the way that Netflix’s House of Cards and Orange Is The New Black did, I think Transparent could be the one to change all that. 78 more words

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TRANSPARENT: Why I'm Not That Excited

So I finally started watching Amazon’s new web series “Transparent.” I’ve wanted to watch it for a while because I’ve been dying for my fix of queerness in American television. 2,563 more words

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Transparent - New Series on Amazon

Oy veh!

Now that’s not an expression I use either regularly or even irregularly. But it was those two words that ended Season One of the surprise hit, the  1,757 more words

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Maura, Full of Grace

Forget Game of Thrones. Jill Soloway’s Transparent is TV in its absolute highest form.

There is this moment in the second episode of Transparent…and this is the moment I fell totally and completely head-over-heels in love with the show: when we see Maura ( 622 more words

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'Transparent': Any Viewers of this Show Out There? Please Speak Up....

…I need to talk it out!

I write this blog post bleary eyed and consumed. I binge watched this fascinating dramedy last night, stopping around 11pm when I had to get to bed. 247 more words

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