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 is 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.  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.  The entire new season is up there right now!

Or, if you like to control your binge-watching,  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.

Mike Morrison

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  1. I get a service area restriction error when I try to watch it via Amazon Prime video, and it wasn’t on our Showcase listings last night (West Kootenays). Any advice? I’m desperate.

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