About two months ago, Netflix cancelled their sci-fi show called Sense8. Many fans expressed their outrage that they wouldn't see more episodes of the show, which prompted Lana and Lilly Wachowski, the siblings who made The Matrix, to work on a two-hour finale that will wrap up the show instead of another season. But it turns out the third season of Sense8 might have a new home. The only issue is it's a porn site.

The porn website xHamster wrote a public letter to the Wachowskis asking them to revive the show on their site. Alex Hawkins, xHamster's Vice-President, argued that xHamster was a perfect destination for the show. He noted that they are one of the most visited websites on the Internet, beating out mainstream sties such as ESPN or the New York Times, and they also have considerable revenue they can use to finance the show. 

xHamster also noted that the show delves into issues of different sexualities and identities, which can be hard for a mainstream site like Netflix to understand. But Hawkins notes that his site has long supported the LGBTQ community and understands the interconnectedness of sexuality and gender. 

It's not unusual for a show to be cancelled on one network and then picked up by another. Just look what Netflix has done with Arrested Development. But this would definitely be the first time that a show would go from a major network or streaming service to an adult website. But, this could be the perfect opportunity to break new ground. Imagine if all of the sudden porn sites started reviving shows. What if PornHub produced a new season of Deadwood? Or RedTube decided to re-make Lost but make a good ending this time?

This could revolutionize streaming!