Kaleidoscope It will soon be released on Netflix, and in a truly cool move, each Netflix user will watch the series in a different sequence, for a truly unique perspective on events.
Kaleidoscope is the highly anticipated new Netflix original series that will delight fans. The show will kick off the new year with a bang on January 1, 2023 at 8:00am But be warned, before you try to watch this movie with a New Year’s Eve hangover, it’s a bit complex and will require some smart critical thinking skills. Here’s what you need to know about the new series.
How to watch Kaleidoscope
Kaleidoscope it will launch on Netflix in the new year in the US and UK. But the creators have decided to tell this story in a rather unique way.
Instead of watching the series in sequence with the rest of the viewers, each Netflix viewer will be presented with a unique sequence of episodes to watch the series. Each episode is named after a color, and while everyone who watches the series will see the episode titled White as a finale, it is not known what episodes they will see before this one. Kaleidoscope consists of eight episodes spanning from 24 years before the heist to 6 months after.
Netflix explains that some members may start with episode colors like Yellow either Green, then delve into your own personal viewing order with assorted episodes like Blue either Violet either Orange, which will then be followed by Red either Pink, until the end.
The non-linear approach of this crime anthology is not only to create a unique sense of intrigue and surprise, but also to allow each individual user to create their own point of view and perspective on these characters. Although all viewers will eventually see all episodes, their experiences will be different and will mean that they have “experienced the colors of Kaleidoscope‘ differently.
What is Kaleidoscope about?
The show Kaleidoscope it will span 25 years and center on a gang of thieves trying to crack an unbreakable vault for the ‘biggest payday ever’.
Netflix states of the series: “Guarded by the world’s most powerful corporate security team, and with law enforcement on the case, each episode reveals a piece of an elaborate puzzle of corruption, greed, revenge, intrigue, loyalties and betrayals. How did the gang of thieves plan it? Who gets away with it? Who can be trusted?
The trailer reveals that the show will have an all-star cast with Giancarlo Esposito, who played Gus Fring In. breaking bad Y Better call Saul – playing the title role Leo Pap.
The show will also star Paz Vega (Spanglish) as Ava Mercer, Rufus Sewell (The party, the tale of a gentleman) as Roger Salas, Tati Gabrielle (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) as Hannah Kim, Rosaline Elbay (rami) as Judy Goodwin, Peter Mark Kendall (The Americans) as Stan Loomis, Jai Courtney (suicide squad) as Bob Goodwin, Niousha Noor (Here and now) as Nazan Abassi, Patch Darragh as Andrew Covington and Max Casella (The sopranos) like Taco.
Is Kaleidoscope based on a true story?
Although this story is fictional, Netflix revealed that the story is slightly inspired by real life events. The synopsis for the series revealed that the show is “lightly inspired by the true-life story of $70 billion worth of bonds going missing in midtown Manhattan during Hurricane Sandy.”
So while the characters and events in this show may not be 100% based on the truth, there is an element of reality to this shocking show.