Always Jane on Prime Video is a heartwarming docuseries about a transgender teenager growing up in rural New Jersey. The show follows Jane Noury as she navigates the already-complicated landscape of teenage friendships, school, and society, while also processing and accepting her identity and getting ready to move out of her loving family home.
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How Many Episodes Are in Always Jane?
There are four episodes in Always Jane. The runtime of episodes averages between 44-47 mins. You can check the complete list of Always Jane episodes and their release date below.
- “Meet the Nourys”: November 12, 2021
- “Far From Jersey”: November 12, 2021
- “Life on Pause”: November 12, 2021
- “Farewell, Sparta”: November 12, 2021
What Are the Critics Saying About Always Jane?
Always Jane has an official critics rating of 60% and an average audience score of 67% on Rotten Tomatoes. While most viewers agree that the show explores an important topic, they also point out that the storytelling lacks depth.
Common Sense Media’s Melissa Camacho says, “Always Jane offers a positive conversation about a young woman’s passage into adulthood, and the strength, love, and support she has to live her life honestly.”
Kristen Lopez from IndieWire writes, “It continues to play like an audition, a justification for why she should tell her own story instead of giving us anything to see why it’s worth watching. There’s a lot of discussion but not nearly enough action to keep the show compelling.”
Is Always Jane Suitable for Kids?
Always Jane is rated TV-MA, which means it is meant for viewing by mature audiences only. The content material is not suitable for children under 17.