Netflix's 'Kaleidoscope' allows for non-linear viewing



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Netflix's 'Kaleidoscope' allows for non-linear viewing

"Kaleidoscope" features episodes that can be watched in any order, but viewers are warned that there is a particular order in which they should watch them. Netflix's unique series allows viewers to watch the eight episodes in any order and still understand what's happening.

Despite the concept sounding crazy, most viewers on social media enjoyed it. It's a non-linear heist-drama that focuses on master thief Leo Pope and his crew as they attempt to pull off a stunning $7 billion heist. The drama starts 24 years before the heist and explores the months following.

As in a kaleidoscope, every episode of the show has a name that is derived from a color. As a result, viewers can select their journey based on their favorite colors. The episodes are: "Green", "Yellow", "Orange", "Blue", "Purple", "Red", "Pink" and "White".

The series can be experienced in a variety of ways, so how you watch it will affect your opinion of certain characters and key plot twists. The episode "Black" introduces the concept of the series, while "White" serves as the series' finale.

Numerous viewers missed this important rule, not realizing that "White" should always be the show's final episode, no matter what order they watched it in.

Influence of Quentin Tarantino on Series

They shared advice and reminded others that they always watch the episodes "White" last in the order that they watch them, and some claimed that for an optimal viewing experience, it was best to watch the episodes "Roza" second to last, in order to guarantee the best viewing experience.

It has also been said by some that the white color does not have to be the last one. If you are a fan of the works of Quentin Tarantino, then you will be happy to know that the "Kaleidoscope" series has been heavily influenced by his style.

The fast-paced dialogue, non-linear storytelling, and intense action sequences all bear the hallmark of a Tarantino production. So, if you are a fan of his films, then you are sure to enjoy the "Kaleidoscope" series.