Some of my favorite Sense8 moments

Posted on: Thursday, June 29th, 2017
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Let’s all just be real here. Sense8 is Netflix’s most daring, thought-provoking original masterpiece to date. Not only did it give us moments like the birth orchestra montage, epic gangbanger fights in Nairobi, the amazing first Van Damn-Spirit of Jean-Claude Korean Lady team up; it also had a strong sense of diversity, which is what television really needs now that the entire world is becoming more woke and more inclusive. πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ

Like most of you Sense8 fanatics, I was heartbroken upon the news of this gem’s cancellation. Who can forget when Riley played 4 Non Blonde’s What’s Up? and we all couldn’t help but sing along to it with the rest of the August 8 cluster? And the whole Who am I? part of season 2 open was such a glowing realization of identity and inclusiveness, things that mainstream media barely tackles.

Here’s the link to Netflix’s Request TV shows or movies portal. We’ll remain #SensatesForever.

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