Season 3 of Transparent, Amazon’s most successful show, is now available to stream in its entirety on Prime Video. The show just won 3 Emmy awards to add to its numerous other awards. If you’re looking for something new to watch, but Transparent doesn’t interest you, take a look at Fleabag, which debuted its first season last week, or mark your calendar for Woody Allen’s first TV show Crisis in Six Scenes, which will debut in a week on Spetember 30th.
Amazon will be making the first episode of the second season of Transparent available to Prime members starting tonight at 8pm ET / 5pm PT. Transparent is Amazon’s most successful original series, having won 5 Emmy awards and 2 Golden Globe awards. The remainder of the second season will be available, in its entirety, on December 11th in the US, UK, Germany, and Austria.
In addition to offering Prime Membership for the discounted price of $72, Amazon has made all 10 episodes of Transparent free to watch today in celebration of the shows two Golden Globe wins. Everyone can stream the show for free today between 12:01 a.m. ET and 11:59 p.m. PT using the Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Amazon Instant Video app on a mobile device, or online through a web browser.
In addition to offering Prime Membership for the discounted price of $72, Amazon will be making all 10 episodes of Transparent free to watch in celebration of the shows two Golden Globe wins. Everyone will be able to stream the show for free this Saturday between 12:01 a.m. ET and 11:59 p.m. PT using the Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Amazon Instant Video app, or online through a web browser.
Amazon Studios original series Transparent has taken home the Golden Globe for best television comedy or musical. This win marks the first major award for a show made by Amazon. Competition was tough with Transparent going up against Netflix’s Orange is the New Black and two shows from HBO, Silicon Valley and Girls.
Jeffrey Tambor, star of Transparent, took home the second award for Amazon with his win of best actor in a TV comedy or musical for his work on the show. During his acceptance speech he called Amazon his “new best friend”.
It was a big night for new media in general. Kevin Spacey took home a Golden Globe for best actor in a TV drama for his work on House of Cards, giving streaming content 3 Golden Globes total — all on a night when the big four broadcast networks didn’t win any.