Sense8 (2015–2018)
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At the gala, Sun braces for a showdown with her brother. Soon a dire new threat sends the Sensates scrambling to save another member of the cluster.


Lana Wachowski


Lilly Wachowski (created by) (as The Wachowskis), Lana Wachowski (created by) (as The Wachowskis) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Doona Bae ... Sun Bak
Jamie Clayton ... Nomi Marks
Tina Desai ... Kala Dandekar
Tuppence Middleton ... Riley Blue
Toby Onwumere ... Capheus Onyango
Max Riemelt ... Wolfgang Bogdanow
Miguel Ángel Silvestre ... Lito Rodriguez
Brian J. Smith ... Will Gorski
Freema Agyeman ... Amanita Caplan
Terrence Mann ... Whispers
Naveen Andrews ... Jonas Maliki
Daryl Hannah ... Angelica Turing
Alfonso Herrera ... Hernando
Eréndira Ibarra ... Daniela
Kick Gurry ... Puck


At the gala, Sun braces for a showdown with her brother. Soon a dire new threat sends the Sensates scrambling to save another member of the cluster.

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5 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


While in bed, Amanita Caplan is reading Slade House by David Mitchell. The story revolves around characters who have the ability to travel into other bodies, a similar theme to Sense8. Mitchell is also one of the writers credited for the series finale script, along with Lana J. Wachowski and Aleksandar Hemon. See more »


All of the information in the machine readable zone of Sun's passport has nothing to do with the rest of the passport. The information contained is:
  • Issuing country: Germany;
  • Name: DESKO, GmbH;
  • Passport number: 123456789;
  • Nationality: German;
  • Date of birth: 11/08/1962;
  • Sex: female;
  • Date of expiry: 05/12/2020.
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Riley Blue: What do we do now?
Will Gorski: We get that motherfucker.
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References The Terminator (1984) See more »

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20 May 2017 | by hltvcomarSee all my reviews

First, I would like to say that the Christmas episode almost made me not want to see season 2 at all, but I knew I would eventually.

In season 2, as in 1, the first episodes were my least favorite, but in both seasons there was a crescendo that ended in magnificence. For the first time in a show I had this feeling that I would really like to be watching this at a cinema, and that's because I had that feeling of watching something extremely well done and with the budget of a Buchowski film. It's amazing to read that they did each of this episodes with a budget of 9 million dollars when a movie with this sort of production seems like it could easily cost 70 million.

The acting is brilliant. I'm amazed at how Netflix is bringing out such talents to these shows. So many incredible actors and actresses that had never hit the mainstream perform their characters in an outstanding way.

In season 2 the character development and the plot are very well written, specially with scenes that have the most tension, though there are a couple of episodes where you wish they hadn't added unnecessary touches that make you slap your head.

I think the best thing about this show is how the tension is treated, and I hope they will keep doing it right. Now comes the long wait for the next season, but luckily there'll be other great shows to watch while we do so.

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