Amazon Studios has ordered a second season of Jill Soloway's comedy Transparent, starring Jeffrey Tambor as a transgendered parent in Los Angeles. The show is officially the most "binge-watched" show on Amazon's Prime Instant Video, with almost 80% of viewers having watched two or more episodes in the same day, according to the company. 

Jeffrey TamborJeffrey Tambor stars in Amazon's 'Transparent'

Fans won't have to wait too long for the second instalment, with production slated to begin soon and a release expected in 2015.

"Our goal is to create series that customers love, so it's great to hear that 'Transparent' has not only risen to the No. 1 series on Prime Instant Video, but that it's deemed 'binge-worthy' as well," Amazon Studios VP Roy Price said in a statement. "Given all the great feedback, it only makes sense to bring the Pfeffermans back next year in season two."

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Amazon is unsurprisingly Transparent after the wave of critical acclaim in received upon the release of season one. The show has a 98% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an incredible 91 score on Metacritic. 

"To call it Amazon's first great series, or the only great series of the new fall season--both of which are true--is to damn it with faint praise," said Willa Paskin of

"A touching, intimate, humor-laced family drama that is easily the best new show debuting this fall, and the way you'll be able to watch it holds a not-small part of its power," said Rick Porter of

All 10 episodes of Transparent debuted on Prime Instant Video on September 26, with viewers snaffling them up immediately. The show stars Tambor as Maura, who has previously spent her life as Mort, the patriarch of the Pfefferman family. The rest of the cast includes Judith Light (Dallas), Gaby Hoffman (Girls), Amy Landecker (Louie) and Jay Duplass (Togetherness).

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