A Netflix spokesperson said: “We decided to give Sense8 fans the ending they totally deserve.” Attitude recently spoke to Sense8 star Max Riemelt, who spoke about the series' revolutionary depiction of gender and sexuality, as well as how The Wachowskis' experiences as transgender women informs their work. "Of course it’s always different – it’s not only about the sex or the gender, everybody has a different vision and a different reality they bring with them to tell a story," he said. "But Lana’s background story is very important, especially for one character, for… Fuck I always forget the names… Nomi [a transgender hacktivist, played by Jamie Clayton] and her story. "Other directors maybe couldn’t feel what she feels. I mean, the understanding they have of the world is a different one: They have to fight for their right to be seen as people. I think [Lana] is meant to do the show because she breaks every wall down." Watch a trailer for the second season of Sense8 below: More stories: Manchester bombing victim Martyn Hett ‘to exit like a diva’ in ‘fabulous’ funeral service Justin Trudeau’s special adviser on LGBT issues reveals how Canada is listening to its queer community
Death doesn't let you say goodbye. 2 hour finale episode in the works. Tell your cluster. pic.twitter.com/GHZgGuHwS0— Sense8 (@sense8) June 29, 2017
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