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Kaleidoscope in Best Chronological Order on Netflix

January 2, 2023

Netflix started 2023 in a totally unique way with the release of Kaleidoscope, marking the first series of its kind. Created by Eric Garcia, the American heist drama premiered on the streaming service on Sunday, January 1, 2023 and has already sparked plenty of discussion.

Giancarlo Esposito (Gus from Better Call Saul) plays Leo Pap, a highly skilled and ambitious thief who plots a heist that could net him and his crew up to $7 billion.

It’s fascinating to watch events unfold because, well, you can do it in any order.

That’s right. you can choose the episodes randomly and have a different experience every time. So, it’s worth considering what is the best order to watch Kaleidoscope.

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Paz Vega as Ava Mercer and Giancarlo Esposito as Leo Pap stand next to a giant vault doorKaleidoscope/Scott Free/Automatik/Netflix Media Center

Kaleidoscope in best chronological order

Spanning 25 years of timeline, the order of viewing the Kaleidoscope doesn’t really matter, but there is arguably a better order to watch which we’ve detailed below:

  • Black
  • Purple
  • Green
  • Yellow
  • Orange
  • Blue
  • Red
  • Pink
  • White

Of course, it’s a matter of preference, but the reason it’s arguably the best order is that it’s chronological with the exception of White, which Netflix says should be viewed last regardless. or the order of the episodes beforehand. Black isn’t really an episode, but rather, it serves to explain the approach audiences should take when entering Kaleidoscope.

If you want to ignore Netflix’s last-watch White suggestions and want to watch all the episodes in chronological order, just watch White before Red and Pink; these take place respectively one day and six months before the robbery.

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How many episodes and ways to watch Kaleidoscope?

There are eight episodes in total and if you take Netflix’s advice and conclude the experiment with White, then Vulture reports that there are a total of 5,040 potential combinations.

Taking that into consideration, this is a show that will definitely reward repeat viewings.

After all, it’s new every time.

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“I would definitely not suggest an order”

Tati Gabrielle (who plays Hannah Kim) was recently interviewed by Collider and asked if she would suggest an ideal viewing order:

“I would like people to watch it how it appears on Netflix. I definitely wouldn’t suggest an order because I’m very excited and curious to see, or hear, the conversations that come out of everyone seeing it in a different way. And just excited to hear what people are taking from their particular set. So yeah, I wouldn’t suggest any commands.

Giancarlo added: “I should agree. I think the magic of this is to look at it in whatever color palette you like. Granted, if it appears on Netflix in a suggested order, I’d say shuffle that order and pick one.

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Kaleidoscope is streaming exclusively on Netflix.

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