Maura Pfefferman's trans journey from retired college professor to living her truest self as a woman in her 70's should be enough material for any comedy drama, but add into the mix her narcissistic L.A. family, and her ongoing story is even more complex and riveting.
The vibrant illustrated nature of the ad design really helps it stand out and cut through the clutter of all the new Fall TV season shows currently in the city skyline.
If you're a fan of the critically-acclaimed dramedy, be sure to also check out these previous season and Emmy consideration billboards for Transparent and these Emmy-nominated costumes from Transparent on display.
Jill Soloway, the show's creator, once again took home a Primetime Emmy for directing and Jeffrey Tambor repeated his Lead Actor in a Comedy Series win, so let's see if the groundbreaking show can continue to educate, entertain and inspire for its third season which is available to binge-stream today.
UPDATED: Here's also another illustrated season three billboard, this one a close-up without any text or border at all, spotted along Cahuenga Boulevard on September 23, 2016.
Plus here's a slightly different portrait version spied along Santa Monica Boulevard at Beverly Glen Boulevard on September 30, 2016. And let Daily Billboard be the first to suggest Judith Light for a Golden Globe or Emmy nomination for her amazing season finale performance on the series.