The episodes are shown in random order for each Netflix account user?
Kaleidoscope is a one-of-a-kind heist drama from author Eric Garcia about a master thief and his crew attempting an epic heist worth $7 billion, but betrayal, greed, and other threats undermine their plans.
The show is based in part on the true story of how $7 billion in bonds went missing in downtown Manhattan during Hurricane Sandy. This wonderful unit drama adopts non-linear narrative techniques and creates foreshadowing and a suspenseful atmosphere in a unique style, so that movie fans have a unique and immersive viewing experience.
The series consists of 8 different episodes. The point is that the first seven episodes are shown in random order for each Netflix account user. However, the last episode is titled “White” and it is recommended to watch it at the end for the best experience.
Therefore, users can start watching from the middle then watch other episodes in depth according to their own preferences. This show will make people can’t help but watch to the end, but the viewing order will affect your view of the story and characters, and look at the questions and answers behind the robbery from a different perspective.