Critic Consensus: Transparent's second season ups its dramatic stakes while retaining the poignancy and humor that have made the series such a consistently entertaining example of the best that modern serial drama has to offer.
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Nothing is more real than the Pfeffermans' faith that they are the center of the universe... It doesn't make them good people, but it does make them great television.
Between all the yelling and drama and narcissism, this is a family where the important revelations can almost slip by unnoticed. Until, of course, they can't.
Season 2 is bolder, stronger, and more audacious because now, actions have consequences.
Transparent's second season shocked me. It feels like a deep questioning of some of the central tenets of progressive society... This allows Transparent to be more bracing, more challenging, and more compelling than most any other show on TV.
Tambor and Hoffmann are still standouts, but their show is moving in a bleaker direction this season.
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