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When Jazz Jennings was 2 years old, she asked her mother when a fairy was going to change her from a boy to a girl. Now years removed from the beginning of her transition, Jazz is a transgender young woman with a unique perspective and some unexpected daily experiences. Those are shared in this complex and fascinating docuseries, which focuses on Jazz as she prepares to enter high school, faces decisions regarding her health, has to choose between her passion for soccer and spending more time with friends, and enters the dating world. Parents Greg and Jeanette -- who have always supported Jazz -- now worry about what's next as she enters adolescence. Sister Ari and twin brothers Griffen and Sander stand by their little sister and guide her as she begins her high school years.

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aired 63 days ago
Jazz turns 18 and starts making plans to move out of the house, much to Greg and Jeanette's dismay; Jazz also launches her own kids' day camp but worries her first event will fail; the family plans a surprise outing to celebrate Jazz's birthday.
aired 70 days ago
Jazz re-evaluates her relationship with Ahmir after returning home from NYC; Jeanette tries to convince Jazz to wait to move out of the house; Jazz and Jeannette's attempt to reassure parents of transgender kids about bottom surgery backfires.
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Jazz's doctors perform her groundbreaking bottom surgery while her family anxiously awaits news; with the OK from her doctors, Jazz is released to recover in a hotel; days later, Jazz suffers complications and is rushed back into the operating room.
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The final stages are set for Jazz to undergo the most significant procedure of her entire life, gender confirmation surgery; her doctors provide the final details of this highly experimental and potentially complicated operation.
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Jazz agrees to an interview for ABC's "Nightline" to discuss her upcoming surgery; Jeanette throws a farewell party for a certain part of Jazz's anatomy; Jack faces a health issue that might affect his ability to travel to NYC for Jazz's surgery.
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With Jazz's surgery weeks away, Jeanette feels scared and unprepared; Sander's hurt that Griffen's spending more time with his girlfriend; Jazz, desperate for love, runs into her old flame, Victoria; Jazz gets a scary prediction about her surgery.
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Jazz prepares for a final weigh-in for her gender confirmation surgery; Dr. Bowers shocks Greg and Jeanette with changes to the surgical plan; Jazz and her friends head out for a night of fun at prom, but it turns into a nightmare.
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Greg and Jazz attempt to surprise Jeanette with a wedding vow renewal ceremony; Jazz gets an unexpected gift on her 17th birthday; Dr. Volker makes a decision about Jazz's therapy letter; Dr. Bowers has an ultimatum regarding Jazz's bottom surgery.
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While Jazz goes on her first real date with a boy, the family wonders whether it could grow into something more serious; the harassing caller is identified, but Greg and Jeanette disagree on what action to take.
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For the first time, a boy shows a romantic interest in Jazz, leading to questions about dating and sex as a transgender woman; the Jennings prepare for an intense physical test at a mud run.
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Jazz starts exploring breast surgery, but Greg and Jeanette disagree on how to proceed; Sander and Griffen get frustrated as Jeanette pays more attention to Jazz; Jazz doesn't tell her parents about flirtatious texts from a boy.
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Jazz deals with hateful callers when she's a guest on a local radio show; Jazz attends a transgender support group and learns the details of Noelle's transition; the family plans a big surprise for Jeanette's 50th birthday.
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Jazz gets her testosterone blocker replaced, but complications arise that could have disastrous effects on her transition; Jeanette and Jazz go apply for Jazz's driver's permit, and try to have her gender changed to female.
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To prevent Jazz from developing as a man, the Jennings head to California to replace her expired hormone blocker; Jazz's grandmother confronts some old friends about their feelings on Jazz's transition.
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Greg and Jeanette take action to ensure Jazz's safety after receiving another threatening phone call; Jazz befriends a transgender girl and helps her take a big step in transitioning; Jazz makes a startling revelation to her therapist.
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Jazz needs surgery to avoid male puberty; Jeanette and Jazz confront an anti-transgender group that has been targeting the family; the family receives a threatening phone call.
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Jazz invites a boy who is interested in her to her middle school graduation party; Jazz and her parents visit the doctor and are faced with a big decision.
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Jazz comes across an online death threat; Jeanette re-examines if the family has acted in Jazz's best interest in the past few years.
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Ari's friend, Zach, has a personal revelation that shocks her and Jazz; Ari is getting back to her musical roots for the summer and encourages Jazz to join her for an open mic night.
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Jazz wants to explore the dating scene; Jeanette and Jazz attend a support group for stories and guidance on transgender dating.
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The family arranges a special Mother's Day surprise for Jeanette; Jazz is worried that her siblings may think she gets favored.

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