Thankfully, we got that with Sense8.
With one of my other favourite shows, we got something else: a promise from the showrunner that no season would end without something that could reasonably taken as a conclusion. You may still have a feeling of “what next?” or want to know how they get out of what they landed in, but the point being, there was a landing. This ended, even if something else begins.
For five seasons he kept to that promise, one made from his decades in the industry that taught him “You may be the number one show, but if the network thinks the number two show is the better investment, you can find yourself gone in a heartbeat. Write on the premise that when the season’s over, your show could be over, too. Oh, and odds are, you are not the number one show.”
It’s not that he didn’t value a cliffhanger, it’s just that it would be the ending to the second-to-last episode of the season, or the first half of the final episode of the entire fucking series. The basic rule was: show your viewers some respect. You can leave them hanging, just don’t time it in a way that you end up leaving them hanging forever.