Critic Consensus: As much about a change in television as it is about personal change, Transparent raises the bar for programming with sophistication and sincere dedication to the human journey, warts and all.
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This comedy series based in Los Angeles follows the goings-on of the dysfunctional Pfefferman family. Season 1 kicks off with the father of the family, Morton Pfefferman (Jeffrey Tambor), opening up about identifying as a woman, and becoming Maura.
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What a joy and a relief it is to be drawn into a mystery-the mystery of character, the mystery of gender, the mystery of family love-that is so far beyond the provenance and the expertise of the crime-scene squad and the forensic pathologists.
The show is a surprisingly funny dark comedy, and the writing, with its many jabs at our gluten-free culture, is sharp and insightful.
There weren't many belly laughs on offer but the dialogue was sharp as a whip and totally contemporary.
The awards were deserved. Transparent is magnificent. Daring, quietly searing, funny and profoundly poignant, it is social-observation storytelling at its most incandescent.
Jill Soloway's first TV series, is a dark family comedy, exquisitely discomfiting because its big moments bring familiar sensations couched in intriguing difference.
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