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Critic Reviews for Sense8 Season 2:

Sophie Mayer
Sense8 channels the fantasy of post-racial globalism that condemned the Wachowskis’ adaptation of Cloud Atlas to ridicule, but pairs it with the more hard-nosed anti-capitalist critique of the first Matrix film.
Sophie MayerSight and Sound
David Sims
This nakedly political show somehow manages to be free-spirited, rather than dull or polemical; its good intentions often border on goofy naiveté in a way that’s charming rather than grating.
David SimsThe Atlantic
Mitchel Broussard
One of the most intriguing and sincere sci-fi mythologies returns in Sense8’s second season, which never for a second loses sight of the aching humanity pulsing away at the center of the show’s breakneck adventure.
Mitchel Broussard We Got This Covered
Todd VanDerWerff

I’m more accepting of the show’s eccentricities and rough spots, more willing to follow it over the cliff of cheesy dialogue and baffling character beats, simply because I love having a show this open-hearted, yet still boasting this many car chases.

Todd VanDerWerffVox
Poppy-Jay Palmer

Very rarely does a TV series come along that just loves existing as much as Sense8 does.

Poppy-Jay PalmerSciFiNow
Deborah Krieger

[It’s] one of those shows in which the only way to enjoy it is jumping in wholeheartedly and accepting that it’s going to be cheesy and ridiculous. If you don’t keep that in mind, then you won’t be able to appreciate its charms, of which there are many.

Deborah KriegerPopMatters

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  1. Camilla
    Camilla says:

    This show is more important than ever now in this time of division. I cannot think of any other programming that touches at the core of what it is to be human, and how we are all connected by being exactly that. During this time of rising violence, this work of art is healing and curing.

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