Netflix has created series, parts of which can be viewed in any order

Netflix has created series, parts of which can be viewed in any order

November 23, 2022 – 11:36 AM

Before the smart ones write: Yes, I know that in the era of broadcasting, when we watch this and that, we just want to, we can watch almost everything in any order. The point is, the Kaleidoscope series is designed so that you don’t necessarily have to watch it linearly.

The latter part is an eight-episode anthology that spans 24 years and deals very loosely with true crime (this is the episode called White), but before that, parts named according to different colors can be watched as we like.

This isn’t the first time that Netflix has experimented with putting slightly unusual content on the table, a few years ago they wanted to do it with interactive content, but it seems to have fizzled out after the episode of Black Mirror and Bear. Grillz survival.

Edge Notesthat Netflix tried something similar for Season 4 of Arrested Development (in Hungarian: Judgment: Family), where we can learn about what happened to the characters separately in some episodes, so that the threads come together in a finale, but that’s still almost 10 years ago. Years.

Kaleidoscope is a bank robbery story, starring Paz Vega (The OA) and Rosaline Elbay (Ramy), with Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad) appearing in a supporting role. The series will hit Netflix on January 1st, and here’s a preview with interviews:

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