The reality series returns this summer.
April 2, 2017
TLC has announced that I Am Jazz will be back for a third season. The GLAAD award-winning reality series returns to the cable network with new episodes beginning June 28.
I Am Jazz follows the life of Jazz Jennings, who was born a male but since kindergarten has been living as a transgender female. In Season 3, Jazz - now 16 - faces complications ahead of her gender confirmation surgery.
09/14/17 at 07:09pm
I love the show. I was introduced to Jazz when she appeared on a talk show as a preschooler. I was amazed by her self-awareness and determination to stay true to herself. I was impressed by her parents' ability to listen to their child and support her then and over the following years. Jazz has become an incredible advocate of rights for LGBTQ individuals. She is 16 and a powerful, articulate, intelligent voice. No one should try to restrict her message.
07/28/17 at 09:36am
Love this show and all the family members. Jazz is a beautiful young lady and I wish her the best in all that she is facing. God Bless!!
06/19/17 at 09:19pm
I remember seeing Jazz years ago. I've watched this show from the beginning and had my grandchildren watch some with me. we have to realize that she is a person and we don't have a right to judge. I hope everything goes well with the surgery and I look forward to seeing her in the future.
05/16/17 at 08:50pm
So glad this show is renewed. Today's generation of young adolescents are more tolerant about sexuality and expressing their beliefs. This show should be a reminder that this gender identity issue is still an ongoing issue, Jazz is very fortunate to have a show and be a role model for young adults. She is a normal girl with a girl brain & cell identity screaming Girl. She may save a young child's life who is contemplating suicide because they feel different. She is a great role model for the TG community.
I'm almost 60 and so admire her bravery & fortitude.
Looking forward to season 3 June 2017
04/09/17 at 01:03am
WOW... So much judgement. Just remember if you are a Christian, we are all born in God's image, HE doesn't make mistakes, and it is NOT our job to judge others. If you don't like the show, just don't watch it. You may want to get some education and look this medical condition up too. True transgender is NOT a decision made by anyone. It is a medical condition that happens during the early gestation period. When the child is born, the genitalia truly does not match the chromosome gender. It's like all the chromosomes, when tested, state this is a female, but the sex organ came thru as male. Psychologically the chromosomes/genes/DNA are far stronger is the development than any sexual organs. Jazz was a beautiful feminine baby, toddler, moving forward. Her parents had nothing to do with the genetic mix up. They identified the transgender issue thru medical study and let Jazz decide how she wanted to live. No child deserves such a genetic mix up and if any parent forces a child to be the opposite of what their body and mind want, that is the WRONG answer. It's THAT behavior/ignorance which has caused many suicides. Jazz is beautiful, funny, has many friends, attends public school, does not hide from others, is obviously well adjusted and she has helped many people who don't have the understanding and support that her parents chose to get about this subject. Being transgender is NOT a choice, it is a proven medical genetic error that happens during pregnancy. It's probably been happening for years, but just recently has been medically discovered and give a proper name.
Those who are Cross Dressers, Drag Queens, or anyone who just likes to be unique... their need to do this is a CHOICE they make, not a medical condition. Big difference.
04/05/17 at 05:18pm
I feel sorry for this kid. At an age when he didn't know any better his parents turned him into a giant experiment of virtue signaling. I assume this show will end with a tribute episode after he commits suicide after realizing what these two sickos have done to him.
04/04/17 at 10:23am
This is a TLC show. If you like TLC style reality tv shows then this is a good one. If you don't like them then this is just more of the same. The problem with TLC is that the shows tend to run together after a while. This is just one of the same.
04/03/17 at 04:37pm
One Million Moms don't like this show and if it upsets them that makes me happy I still won't watch though
04/03/17 at 04:33pm
earle you idiot who's being prejudice reality garbage is the problem TV is overrun with it
04/03/17 at 01:08pm
I have seen the show and it is quite revealing. Those who have never seen the show, please don't show your prejudices by commenting. There are plenty of other shows for you to watch.
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