"Transparent" made history on Sunday by winning the Golden Globe for television series, musical or comedy. It's the first time a series that has never aired on a traditional TV channel has won the top TV prize at the Globes. "Transparent" is one of the first original series from online retail giant Amazon.
It has topped many critics' year-end lists as the best TV series of 2014, so its win at the Golden Globes is no surprise.
Tambor was also nominated for his performance as Maura Pfefferman, a role that showcased his dramatic and comedic skills.
The Amazon series has already been renewed for a second season that will premiere later this year.
"Transparent" beat another much buzzed about series from a digital streaming company, "Orange Is the New Black" on Netflix, as well as HBO's "Girls" and "Silicon Valley" and "Jane the Virgin" on the CW.