One of my favourite shows in recent memory is Transparent. The award-winning comedy/drama that tells the story of what happens when a 70-year old man tells his family that he’s transgender. After three seasons, the series has racked up eight Emmys and two Golden Globes, and it’s really just a wonderful show.
Actually, the trailer for the first season is actually so good, I watch it regularly, because it’s just so enjoyable. The trailer alone isÂ better than most movies lately.
But ever since Shomi’s demise (I still miss it so much), I had been worried about where Canadians would be able to watch Transparent. Â But it turns out that I had nothing wrong, because Canadians will be able to watch Transparent two different ways.
First, there’s Prime Video, Amazon’s streaming service. Â The entire new season is up there right now!
Or, if you like to control your binge-watching, Â then you can watch show’s forth season premiere this Friday, September 29 at 9 E/P on Showcase.
This season, The Pfeffermans take off on a spiritual and political journey as they dig deep into their family’s history and I couldn’t be more excited for the show to return.