Because, aviously…

Last years hit show, Transparent, released Season 2 on Friday, and it takes the show to a whole new level.

While last year was all about the transition from Papa to Mapa, this year focuses on the underlying current of discriminating against Transgenders and people who are different from society.

With lots of flashbacks to Berlin in the 1930s, Transparent continues to progress the Pfeffermans stories, from Mapa and Mama to Sara’s failed marriage, Aly’s struggle to find herself and Josh’s relationship with Rabbi Raquel.
But throughout it all it brings forth a new side of the family, built from the last generation, as Maura’s mother and her family try to escape from the impending Nazi Germany.

As the persecution was faced back then, so to we see it play out in modern day Pfefferman world, and the show that shocked the TV world last year shines brightly yet again.

Overall Season 2 is a 9.5 out of 10.

Transparent Season 2

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