Television

Now Streaming: Transparent Season 2 and Tumble Leaf

You can now stream the second season of Amazon’s multiple Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning original series Transparent, the show is now available for Prime members in the U.S., U.K., Germany and Austria. Also available, the second season of Amazon’s multiple Emmy and Annie Award-winning original animated kids series Tumble Leaf. That show is also available for Prime members in the U.S., U.K.

Both are available to stream or download via the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online at amazon.com/transparent and amazon.com/tumbleleaf. Full details can be found below.

Season two of Transparent, which just received multiple SAG and Golden Globe nominations this week, begins with a big, white wedding for Sarah and Tammy—but is it happily ever after? Post nuptials, Sarah gets in touch with her deeper desires, which isn’t always comfortable. Now out of the closet, Maura discovers the hardest part of her transition is still ahead, and faces some tough personal decisions about her future. Josh and Rabbi Raquel navigate their new relationship, and the complexity of being an instant family for Josh’s recently returned son, Colton. Ali zeroes in on her future, captivated by a new connection with Syd and a prolific feminist mentor.

Continuing their journey towards their authenticity, the entire Pfefferman family returns for the second season of Transparent. Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development) stars as Maura, Golden Globe nominated Judith Light (The Exes) as Shelly, Amy Landecker (Louie) as Sarah, Jay Duplass (Togetherness) as Josh and Emmy nominated Gaby Hoffmann (Girls) as Ali. The second season of Transparent is executive produced by Jill Soloway (Six Feet Under) and Andrea Sperling (Like Crazy).

Among the guest stars joining the second season include Academy Award-winning actress Anjelica Huston (Medium) and Emmy Award winner Cherry Jones (24). Transparent will also guest star Kathryn Hahn (Parks and Recreation), Rob Huebel (I Love You, Man), Carrie Brownstein (Portlandia), Alexandra Billings (Socket), Tig Notaro (One Mississippi) Alex MacNicoll (Peace of Mind), and Trace Lysette (Bloody Mary). Emmy Award-winner (Transparent) Bradley Whitford (The West Wing) returns to the series as well as Melora Hardin (The Office), Michaela Watkins (Wanderlust), and Emily Robinson (A New York Fairy Tale).

Transparent is a half hour novelistic series that explores family, identity, sex, and love. The first season followed Maura Pfferman’s journey to being her true self. When she reintroduced herself to her family, everyone else’s secrets finally came out. This included her ex-wife Shelly, and their adult children—meandering Ali, record producer Josh, and sexually conflicted Sarah. Each family member spun into different directions as they figured out who they aren’t. The series has been renewed for a third season, which is scheduled to air in 2016.

In Season 2 of Tumble Leaf, join Fig, a delightfully curious blue fox, and his best, wiggliest caterpillar friend Stick as they embark on new nature-filled adventures and discover science through play! Created by Drew Hodges (Community) and executive produced by Hodges and Kelli Bixler (The Roadents) of the award-winning studio Bix Pix Entertainment, features voice work from Christopher Downs as Fig, Brooke Wolloff as Maple, Zac McDowell as Hedge, Addie Zintel as Pine, and Alex Trugman as Ginkgo.

Tumble Leaf features lush worlds and playful stop-motion animation that garnered four Daytime Emmys and the Daytime Emmy for Best Preschool Series, earned the Jury Award for a TV series at the 2014 Annecy International Animated Film Festival, the 2015 Annie Award for Best General Audience Animated TV/Broadcast Production for Preschool Children, and a 2015 Parents’ Choice Gold Award.

Prime members can the second seasons of Tumble Leaf and Transparent at no additional cost to their Prime membership with the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online. Prime members can also download the series for offline viewing on iOS, Android and Fire devices at no additional cost. In addition to SD and HD, the series are also available in 4K Ultra HD on compatible smart TVs from Samsung, LG and Sony.

Customers who are not already Prime members can sign up for a free 3-day trial at amazon.com/prime.