Completing the excitement and challenges where the last season stops that follows the life of a Los Angeles ordinary family with dark past, as each one of the family hides a secret from the others, but when some developments take place, the family's all secrets have been revealed. In this new season, Maura struggles against saving the life of Eliza, a young teenager girl, who threatens to hurt herself.
While Seasons 1 and 2 were good overall but struggled to maintain quality from episode to episode, Season 3 is solid from start to finish, with 10 episodes that beg to be binge-watched and then leave you wanting more.
Yet perhaps what's most admirable about the third season of Transparent is that it's distinctly different than the first two: More formally daring than Season 1 and less structured than Season 2, Transparent continues to push boundaries in rewarding ways.
Transparent is never content to rest on its laurels, to bask in its many accolades. It's always interrogating and questioning itself. That might lead it down strange paths, but it always finds its way back in the end.
Screw blasé feelings about continued excellence: Season 3 of Transparent is as excellent as ever, still better than pretty much everything else on TV, and exceptional in ways that are intrinsically tied to it being a third season.