I started watching "Sense8" with the hope for a sci-fi series angled at a connection between eight individuals around the world. However, through more than a handful of episodes, I have yet to see it completely deliver. Although there are hints of the unearthly powers between the characters
The fifth episode of "Sense8", “Art is Like Religion,” once again engaged us in the personal lives of the eight strangers. After the last episode offered so much content in terms of the underlying plot, it was surprising that this episode went back to showcasing the individual stories of the characters.
As I began to watch the fourth episode of "Sense8" “What’s Going On?” I was hoping that the question of the title would be answered. The previous three episodes had a lot of air time and focus on the personal lives of the character, therefore leaving me confused about how all eight of the strangers in the show are connected and why.
I went into the third episode once again anticipating a more in-depth look into the connection between the eight strangers showcased in Sense8. The beginning of the third episode “Smart Money’s on the Skinny Bitch” seemed to be heading this way
In time for some serious summer time binge watching, Netflix released a new original series available for streaming titled Sense8. This sci-fi series was created, written, and executively produced by both Michael Straczynski and the Wachowski siblings, Andy and Lana.