"Sense8" lasted for two seasons and Netflix came to the decision to cancel the show. Unfortunately, the prominent streaming service announced on Thursday that The Wachowskis will not be going forward with the series. According to Hollywood Reporter, Netflix's Vice President Original Content Cindy Holland also expressed her side saying after 13 countries, 16 cities, and 23 episodes, the show is coming to an end. Despite the sadness, Holland believes the series has become everything she and the fans wanted it to be.

Meanwhile, Holland described the show as, "bold, emotional, stunning, kickass and outright unforgettable." She added that "Sense8" truly became a global show with world-class crew and cast.

The series was able to build and connect with a community full of passionate fans all around the globe. Holland expressed her gratitude towards Grant, Joe, Lilly, Lana and the entire people from onscreen and behind the show. She believes that their vision, craft, and commitment have been the keys to making the series a great one.

Here's why Netflix canceled 'Sense8'

The cancellation came a week after the streaming service canceled "The Get Down." It can be recalled that the show, which came from Baz Luhrmann's ambitious music drama, only aired for one season. Aside from the earlier mentioned shows, Netflix also canceled "Bloodline," "Hemlock Grove," "Lilyhammer," A&E pick up "Longmire," and "Marco Polo."

Speculations of the show's cancellation already roamed few weeks before the confirmation.

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Cast member Brian J. Smith even helped to spread the #RenewSense8 hashtag on Twitter, considering the possibilities of saving the show. On the other hand, the founder and CEO of Netflix Reed Hastings revealed at the Code Conference that the platform has not canceled enough shows yet.

According to Hastings' explanation, he had to push the content team because the hit ratio is way too high. The 56-year-old Philanthropist and American entrepreneur believe they have to take more risk. "You have to try more crazy things because we should have a higher cancel rate overall," Hastings said.

Say goodbye to them!

"Sense8" first debuted in 2015 and ended last May 5, 2017. The cast and crew include Aml Ameen, Brian J. Smith, Doona Bae, Jamie Clayton, Max Riemelt, Miguel Angel Silvestre, Tina Desai, and Tuppence Middleton. These eight strangers from around the world are the characters who found themselves interconnected to each other.