Season 2 kicks off with Will (Brian J Smith) in a drug addled hazed, travelling from squat to squat with Riley (Tuppence Middleton) as Whispers (Terrence Mann) tries to track them down. Meanwhile Nomi (Jamie Clayton) and Amanita (Freema Agyeman) reunite with an old friend as they attempt to evade the FBI, Sun (Doona Bae) crosses paths with a former love as she escapes prison, Kala (Tina Desai) is torn between her two loves, both of whom prove ever more mysterious, Wolfgang (Max Riemelt) becomes a vital part of a gang war, Lito’s (Miguel Angel Silvestre) career is plunged into chaos when he is outed and Capheus (Aml Ameen) embarks on a political career.
I am going to caveat this review by saying that it’s based on me watching season one of Sense8 for the second time because I loved it that much. It’s probably my favourite show of all time. I am not even going to pretend I am not obsessed and maybe biased. So really this is just an explanation of why I loved the show so much.