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People can't wait to wait new Netflix series Kaleidoscope after trailer drops

People can't wait to wait new Netflix series Kaleidoscope after trailer drops

The streaming platform's latest offering looks incredible.

It's no secret that Netflix has brought film and TV fans some truly memorable watches, but one of its first releases of 2023 is set to be a game-changer.

This is because the thriller series Kaleidoscope can be watched in any order you fancy as a viewer and its meaning will change at random. Check out the trailer below:

In a nutshell, Kaleidoscope has a non-linear plot, which undoubtedly will make it stand out from most other watches on the platform.

And if its trailer is anything to go by, it looks incredible too.

The show's official synopsis reads: "Spanning 25 years, the show follows a crew of masterful thieves who work to unlock a seemingly unbreakable vault for the biggest payday in history.

"Before they can get their hands on the cash, they must make it through the world's most powerful corporate security team and the FBI."

But don't just take our word for this show being a must-watch, fan reactions to the upcoming series - which stars Giancarlo Esposito, Paz Vega, and more - have been ones of total excitement too.

One person said: "Apart from the cast and the heist plot, I'm really excited about the concept of being able to watch the episodes in any order and the plot still making sense."

"The fact that you can watch this show in any sequence you prefer is phenomenal," wrote a second. "Hope they bring more shows like this onto Netflix eventually. I am so excited for this!!!"

Unlike the majority of shows, Kaleidoscope can be watched in any order.

"I'm actually kinda curious how mixing up the order you watch episodes will do to online discussions," wrote a third viewer while a fourth added: "Can't wait to watch this show in whatever order. Starting the year off with a bang. I love it."

And a sixth person said: "That sounds so cool, def watching."

While Kaleidoscope's plot might sound like the stuff of fiction, according to the show's creator, Eric Garcia, it is actually inspired by real life.

He said: "It's loosely based on something that might have happened.

"After Hurricane Sandy, $70 billion worth of bonds got flooded in the basement of the DTCC, which is a large clearing effort that’s owned by a bunch of the big banks. To my mind, I was like, 'Well, that's a perfect coverup for a heist!'"

If Kaleidoscope looks like it's up your street, you won't have to wait much longer either, as the series is dropping on New Year's Day.

We can't wait.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Film and TV, Netflix