Amazon boss says of Transparent's future after Jeffrey Tambor's firing: There will be "some version of Season 5"
"Right now we’re in a place where (they’re) taking a little bit of time, figuring out what (they) think that final season will be, and then we’re going to talk in September about what the plan will be," Amazon Studio head Jennifer Salke tells Deadline of Jill Soloway and her Transparent staff. "I do think there’ll be some version of a Season 5, but that’s not decided, and what form it takes is also undecided. Is it a full series? Is it four episodes? Is it a movie? Those conversations are literally all going on and have been set aside for a month, because she and I decided that. (They’ve) got a full slate of other things (they’re) focused on.”
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