There’s always something new to watch on television, and seemingly, always a new way to watch it. Rarely, though, is there a show as groundbreaking and creative as Transparent, the innovative series that has put Amazon Studios on a map of its own. Renewed for a third season before its second season has even been released for streaming (season two is released Friday, December 11), now is the time to hop on the Amazon Prime train and take in the Emmy-winning plot and characters.Transparent manages to bring the controversial and intense subject of transgender to center stage, with wit, charm, family dynamics and transparency. The realistic show focuses on the patriarch of a close family who is coming out as transgender to her children, unraveling lifelong held ideas and roles in the process. Headed by creator and producer Jill Soloway, along with a talented and experienced cast, Transparent has been lauded as one of the best new series of 2014 and the supreme show produced for online streaming services. Regardless of your background or personal opinions, this drama offers up a reflection of humanity that anyone can connect with.
Want to know how you can watch Transparent online? Read on to find out.
Watch Transparent with Amazon Prime Instant Video
As an Amazon original series, Transparent cannot be viewed legally on any other format but Amazon Prime Instant Video, no matter how hard or long you search for alternative options. An Amazon Prime account is the key to unlocking the door to the top-awarded show, along with a ton of other acclaimed television shows, from Amazon originals to HBO hits and more. It’s never too late to join the Prime fun; users can still get signed up and catch up on season 1’s streaming episodes before season 2 is available on December 11, 2015. Unlike ancient network and cable television, online streaming services like Amazon release entire seasons at once for viewers to gorge on.
Struggling with commitment issues? Amazon is as transparent as its leading show and gives potential members a chance to check out their services with a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime. Take advantage now and enjoy watching Transparent online without paying a dime.
Amazon also makes it easier than ever to watch your favorite television shows whenever and however you like. Transparent episodes can be streamed on a variety of devices besides your computer: phones, tablets, TV, gaming consoles such as Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Wii, and streaming media players like Amazon Fire and Roku. In other words, the convenience of Amazon Prime is at your fingertips everywhere you go. A searchable list of the many compatible devices can be found by clicking here.
What’s So Prime About Amazon Prime?
What do you get when you sign up for Amazon Prime, other than convenient access to Transparent and other original hit TV series and movies? The $99 annual subscription cost is a reasonable price to pay for unlimited music, photo storage and books. Amazon combines the benefits that other streaming services provide and houses them under one service – Prime. Instead of paying for other premium music streaming services, members can enlist Prime Music for ad-free playlists, millions of songs and downloads for offline playback.
A commonly known benefit of Amazon Prime is the free 2-day shipping. This service alone could pay for the membership and be a handy savings to take advantage of this holiday shopping season. Prime Photos gives members unlimited photo storage in Amazon Cloud Drive; you’d never have to worry about losing another photo memory again. With Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, users can tap into a prime benefit of borrowing books from the online library to read at their leisure. Other advantages like Prime Pantry, Amazon Mom and Prime Early Access are worth exploring as well.
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