These new episodes continued to prove that Jeffrey Tambor's retired L.A. college professor, 'Maura Pfefferman', has the most self-centred children and ex-wife in the world, whilst offering us an intimate and enlightening glimpse into the world of an older person transitioning into their true self.
Be sure to also compare these ad creatives to 2015's outdoor Emmy ad campaign for Transparent.
Fans of the series can also check out these Mozart in the Jungle season one and two billboards.
Catastrophe season 2 billboards from recent months.
Another series which proved that Amazon meant business when it came to compelling drama was the sci-fi series, The Man in the High Castle, which adapted Philip K. Dick's novel about an alternate Earth where the Nazis and Axis powers had won World War II.
This evocative Emmy consideration billboard was spied along L.A.'s Vine Street on May 26, 2016, and if you like this ad creative, be sure to check out these provocative season one billboards for The Man in the High Castle from last November.
This Amazon Emmy campaign has a nice cohesive feel to it with emotive imagery from the shows and certainly holds its own against the FX 2016 Emmy billboards and Hulu 2016 Emmy billboards, plus the other TV channels, providers and networks filling the crowded L.A. skies that we'll be showcasing in the days to come.
And here's also another billboard example from Transparent's consideration campaign, snapped along Highland Avenue in Hollywood on June 6, 2016.