Sense8

  1. Episodes 10 and 11 What is Human?, Just Turn the Wheel and the Future Changes, I Can’t Leave Her
    Sense8 Recap: Empathy Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry Was this season admirable folly or ballsy success?
  2. Episodes 7 and 8 W.W.N. Double D?, We Will All Be Judged by the Courage of Our Hearts, Death Doesn’t Let You Say Goodbye
    Sense8 Episodes 7–9 Recap: We Need to Talk About Lito Lito’s story is the most disappointing part of these episodes.
  3. Episodes 4 and 5 What’s Going On, Art Is Like a Religion, Demons
    Sense8 Episodes 4–6 Recap: Let’s Have an Orgy! Sense8 is not yet like Lost (in a good way).
  4. Episodes 1 and 2 Limbic Resonance, I Am Also a We, Smart Money’s on the Skinny Bitch
    Sense8 Recap: What’s Going On Here? These recaps are written in FAQ style because after watching a batch of three episodes, you’ll probably have a lot of questions.
  1. Episode 11 You Want a War?
    Sense8 Season-Finale Recap: Love Is a Battlefield “You Want a War?” is a hopeful, rewarding approach to storytelling.
  2. Episode 10 If All the World’s a Stage, Identity Is Nothing But a Costume
    Sense8 Recap: From Here to Eternity Lito finally gets his groove back.
  3. Episode 9 What Family Actually Means
    Sense8 Recap: Family Matters “What Family Actually Means” is bookended with two beautiful displays of love.
  4. Episode 8 All I Want Right Now Is One More Bullet
    Sense8 Recap: When Clusters Collide The very first cluster-versus-cluster showdown does not disappoint.
  5. Episode 7 I Have No Room In My Heart For Hate
    Sense8 Recap: All in This Together “I Have No Room in My Heart for Hate” is chock-full of moving character moments.
  6. Episode 6 Isolated Above, Connected Below
    Sense8 Recap: Lito’s Pride Sense8 has some of the best sex scenes on television.
  7. Episode 5 Fear Never Fixed Anything
    Sense8 Recap: A Toast to Courage “Fear Never Fixed Anything” isn’t a coherent episode.
  8. Episode 4 Polyphony
    Sense8 Recap: Amanita’s Getaway Juggling so many characters is a tough feat, but “Polyphony” treats each one with depth and specificity.
  9. Episode 3 Obligate Mutualisms
    Sense8 Recap: Jailbreak, Baby “Obligate Mutualisms” blends the light with the dark, showing the full spectrum of Sense8’s pathos.
  10. Episode 2 Who Am I?
    Sense8 Season-Premiere Recap: Finding Whispers In the world of Sense8, memories and feelings do not belong to one’s self.
  11. Episode 1 A Christmas Special
    Sense8 Christmas Special Recap: ’Tis the Season The one-off installment is a weak attempt to tie up Sense8’s loose ends.

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