Kaleidoscope is a 25-year heist thriller starring Esposito, Rufus Sewell, Jai Courtney, and others. Its USP is the order – or, more accurately, the lack of one, with Netflix encouraging viewers to watch episodes in any order they want before the finale.
The show is described as an “all-new anthology series following a crew of masterful thieves and their attempt to crack a seemingly impenetrable vault for the largest payday in history.”
Kaleidoscope, a brand new heist series that can be watched in any order to tell the complete story, is now streaming.
Which episode comes up first to start your watch experience?
— Netflix (@netflix) January 6, 2023
Because all eight episodes were released on Netflix this week, viewers may be wondering if there will be a Kaleidoscope Season 2.
Will there be a Kaleidoscope season 2 on Netflix?
Netflix has not yet confirmed a second season of Kaleidoscope, but it seems unlikely that it will return.
First, the show has been described as a “limited series,” which means it is a self-contained, one-and-done series – at least for the time being. In an interview with TV Line, Esposito discussed how the release of Kaleidoscope coincides with a busy period in his career.
“Thus, it’s as good as it gets, as busy as it gets, but I must admit that I’m experiencing a creative surge. I mean, I know that you and audiences are probably thinking, ‘Man, this guy never stops working,’ but I’ve had the opportunity to be in quality projects where I couldn’t say no,’ he said.
“I see the showrunner/writer, who I just felt had just such a great amount of talent, in Eric Garcia. I observe that each episode is directed by a different director, which prompted me to conclude, “Alright, I’m making mini-movies every week.”
Kaleidoscope isn’t as original as its presentation, but it’s still an experiment worth playing into.
Our review: https://t.co/xVshZtS8CA
— IGN (@IGN) January 9, 2023
It also appears the show has been conceived with re-watches in mind, rather than continuing the story. “I hope that everyone will have a unique perspective on the characters and plot,” Garcia told The New York Post. “The show truly comes to life in conversations between people and on repeat viewings in a different order.”
Kaleidoscope Season 1 Trailer
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