There is a strange trend currently occurring in the in the world of television which has similarities to the real and comics world. Despite being critical and commercial hits, several TV shows have fallen under the ax.
Entering the second to last episode of Sense8, “Just Turn the Wheel and the Future Changes,” the underlying plot has a lot of loose ends to tie up to make any sense of the connection between the sensates and the dangers they face.
No surprises came with the ninth episode of "Sense8 Death Doesn’t Let You Say Goodbye.” The episode yet again is filled with the characters’ personal stories and falls short of any grand continuation of the plot that connects them together.
Although I have seen numerous episodes of the series, it still feels like I am just starting "Sense8." The reason for that is that the underlying narrative has progressed little since I began watching the show.
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.
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