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Transparent's Judith Light on Her Racy Season 2 Sex Scenes: 'People Think Only the Young Are Sexual … That's Not So'

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Transparent's Judith Light on Her Racy Season 2 Sex Scenes: 'People Think Only the Young Are Sexual … That's Not So'

Originally posted 12/09/2015 11:20AM

The Pfefferman children aren't the only ones having sex in the second season of Transparent.

This season, the show will dive further into the sexual life of Shelly Pfefferman (Judith Light), the ex-wife of transgender father Maura (Jeffrey Tambor), and acknowledge that older women like sex too!

"You're going to see her maturing in her sexuality in a way that we've never really seen on television before," Judith Light tells PEOPLE. "You're going to see a lot of that, not just from Shelley, but in other places on the show as well. Because we tend think that it's only the young who are sexual, but that's not so."

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Song Premiere: Langhorne Slim's Version of 'Deck the Halls'

Song Premiere: Langhorne Slim's Version of 'Deck the Halls'

Originally posted 11/18/2015 09:00AM

Amazon Music is preparing to unveil its new playlist, "Indie for the Holidays," featuring a mix of holiday standards and originals from left-of-the-dial artists like Guided By Voices' Robert Pollard and Langhorne Slim.

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Filed Under: Amazon, Around the Web

Get to Know Transparent's Theme Song Composer (and Early Emmy Winner) Dustin O'Halloran

Originally posted 09/14/2015 04:25PM

Dustin O'Halloran's theme for Amazon's stunning original series Transparent is so simple and aching that it's one of the few theme songs (we're looking at you, OOrange Is the New Black) that we don't mind hearing over and over again during binge-watching sessions.

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Watch Marc Roberge of OAR Perform 'Give Me the World'

Originally posted 08/14/2015 02:15PM

Amazon Prime has released a new, nearly two-hour-long playlist of acoustic tracks – both covers and originals – by artists ranging from Deer Tick to Surfer Blood.

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Filed Under: O.A.R., Amazon
Twitter's Favorite #PrimeDay Deal Is Disappointment

UpdatePosted 07/15/2015 02:40PM

Twitter's Favorite #PrimeDay Deal Is Disappointment

Originally posted 07/15/2015 10:00AM

Amazon's Prime Day – a series of Black Friday-esque deals offered only to subscribers of Amazon's higher-tier service, Amazon Prime – is July 15.

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Couple Sue Amazon, Apple over Erotic Rob Gronkowski E-Book A Gronking to Remember

Couple Sues Amazon, Apple over Erotic Rob Gronkowski E-Book A Gronking to Remember

Originally posted 04/29/2015 12:50AM

Fans of New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski got a good laugh when the self-published erotic e-book A Gronking to Remember went on sale in late 2014.

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Amazon Pulls Controversial Rescue the Anorexia Girl App

Amazon Pulls Controversial Rescue the Anorexia Girl App Following Outcry

Originally posted 04/09/2015 07:00PM

Amazon has removed a controversial app called Rescue the Anorexia Girl after facing backlash from online users and eating disorders awareness groups.

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Amazon to Stream the Entire First Season of Transparent for Free

Amazon to Stream the Entire First Season of Transparent for Free

Originally posted 01/23/2015 06:35PM

Amazon announced Thursday that it will offer the entire first season of the hit series Transparent for free.

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Woody Allen Creating TV Series for Amazon

Originally posted 01/13/2015 11:35AM

[BRIGHTCOVE "3986925159001" "" "" "auto"] Hey, Woody Allen – you've won four Oscars and have worked with some of the greatest actors of all time. What are you doing to do next?

Make a TV show for Amazon!

The streaming service that just snagged its first Golden Globe on Sunday for Transparent has booked the Blue Jasmine writer/director, 79, to create his first-ever TV series, according to multiple reports.

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Filed Under: Amazon, TV News, Woody Allen
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Lucinda Williams Talks About Her New Album, Adapting Her Dad's Poem and Her Favorite Christmas Music | Lucinda Williams

Lucinda Williams Talks About Her New Album, Adapting Her Dad's Poem and Her Favorite Christmas Music

Originally posted 12/12/2014 09:35PM

Ever since her Grammy-winning fifth album, Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, introduced her to mainstream audiences in 1988, Lucinda Williams has been at the top of the nebulously-defined genre of "alt-country." Her instantly-recognizable voice and unique interpretation of country, blues and folk traditions have made her an indispensable part of the scene: If you didn't recognize her forlorn "Are You Alright?" in one of the key scenes of True Detective's first season, you probably cocked your head and said, "Who is that?" anyway.

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