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Mayukh Saha
Mayukh Saha
June 25, 2024 ·  2 min read

8-Part Series On Netflix Can Be Watched In Any Order and Will Affect How You View The Story

Tired of predictable TV shows? Last year, Netflix shook things up with “Kaleidoscope,” a non-linear anthology series that lets you watch its eight episodes in any order. If you’re not enjoying one episode, simply skip to the next – it won’t ruin the story.

A Heist Story By Netflix Spanning 25 Years

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“Kaleidoscope” follows a crew of seasoned thieves over 25 years as they plan to crack a vault for a mind-blowing $7 billion. Each episode, named after a color, offers a unique perspective on the heist. You can start at the beginning, middle, or end – it’s your choice!

Kaleidoscope Is Inspired by a Real-Life Event

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Believe it or not, “Kaleidoscope” draws inspiration from a true story. After Hurricane Sandy, $70 billion worth of bonds were damaged in a basement flood. Series creator Eric Garcia saw this as the perfect cover for a fictional heist story.

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A Unique Viewing Experience On Netflix

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“Kaleidoscope” is designed to be a ‘unique immersive experience.’ Whether you start with the episode “Yellow” or “Green,” the story will make sense. The eight episodes cover 24 years before the heist to six months after, meaning each episode drops you into the crime at a different moment.

The Cast and Critical Reception

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The series boasts a star-studded cast, including “Breaking Bad’s” Giancarlo Esposito, Paz Vega, and Rufus Sewell. However, with a mixed audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, it seems “Kaleidoscope” is a show you’ll either love or hate.

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Watch Kaleidoscope Now on Netflix

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Intrigued? “Kaleidoscope” is ready to stream on Netflix. Try it out and experience this unique, choose-your-own-adventure style series for yourself.

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