One of Netflix’s newest series has blown people’s minds, as it can be watched in any order.
How viewers see the story will also be affected by which order they watch it in.
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Now, over the last few years, we’ve taken full advantage of the streaming service’s infamous selection of movies, TV shows, and documentaries.
I mean, who wouldn’t?
The days of struggling to stay entertained are over…
Netflix holds the potential to keep you occupied for weeks on end.
The streaming site truly is the best of the best…
At the click of a button, you can instantly stream thousands of movies and TV shows.
As soon as you’ve finished one box set, it’s on to the next…
And there’s nothing better than getting cozy in your own bed and flicking through the best of what Netflix has to offer, is there?
After a long day’s work, getting back home and sticking your favorite show on is what we all dream about…
It is pretty much all we’ll be doing over winter, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
But the latest show that everyone is obsessing over is something totally different…
It has us all wondering how it even works!
The show features 8 episodes in total.
But they aren’t numbered like normal…
Each 1 is actually named after a different color.
So, there are Pink, White, Yellow and Green, and so on.
The story itself spans over twenty-five years…
And follows a whole cast of characters.
The basis is that a team of thieves are trying to get into a vault.
This vault, of course, will give the criminals a huge reward.
In fact, the story is actually loosely based on a true story.
The show’s creator, Eric Garcia, opened up about this…
As per LADbible, he said: “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!’”
It is said that the series offers a “unique immersive experience.”
Because of how different viewers will see the show.
Although there is 1 episode to definitely save until last…
‘White: The Heist’ is the show’s finale, so keep that one for the end!
Other than that, each episode is set at different time points.
Viewers get to see everything from a few days before to even the morning after the final episode across the series.
Russell Fine said that “all the information is there.”
This means that viewers will be able “to be able to connect the dots and know the story.”
So, no matter what order you view the story in, you should be able to follow along!
Garcia has spoken about the advantages of this…
“Being able to move around and watch different orders gives you a different viewpoint on the characters.
“There are questions that are going to be asked in one episode that are answered in another episode.
“Similarly, there’ll be answers in an episode that you’re watching that you don’t even know are answers to something until you see the question when you watch another episode,” he said.
Doesn’t that just sound fascinating?
The show stars actors such as Giancarlo Esposito, Paz Vega and Rufus Sewell.
Tati Gabrielle, Peter Mark Kendall, Rosaline Elbay and Jai Courtney also star.
The show itself is called Kaleidoscope.
It premiers on Netflix on January 1.