Kaleidoscope on Netflix

How to Watch Kaleidoscope on Netflix

A master thief rustles up a skillful team of crooks to attempt the biggest heist in history. Kaleidoscope on Netflix is an anthology series that spans over 25 years and tells the story of Leo Pap and his motley crew as they scheme and plot to rob one of the safest vaults in the world worth $7 billion. Seven of its nine episodes can be watched in any order, giving the viewers a unique take on the story.

Where to Watch Kaleidoscope

Good news! You and your family can enjoy not only Kaleidoscope but everything Netflix has to offer. With Netflix, there are no extra costs and no contracts. Watch from your smartphone, tablet, smart TV, laptop, or streaming device. Plans range from $6.99 to $19.99 a month, making it easy to pick an option that gives you access to hit TV shows, movies, documentaries, and more.

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How Many Episodes Are in Kaleidoscope?

Kaleidoscope on Netflix

There are nine episodes in Kaleidoscope. The runtime of episodes averages between 35-56 minutes. The first episode is an introduction to the series and is only a minute long. You can check the complete list of Kaleidoscope episodes and their release date below.

  1. Black”: January 1, 2023
  2. Yellow”: January 1, 2023
  3. Green”: January 1, 2023
  4. Blue”: January 1, 2023
  5. Orange”: January 1, 2023
  6. Violet”: January 1, 2023
  7. Red”: January 1, 2023
  8. Pink”: January 1, 2023
  9. White”: January 1, 2023

What Are the Critics Saying About Kaleidoscope?

Kaleidoscope has an official critics rating of 48% and an average audience score of 50% on Rotten Tomatoes. The non-linear approach of storytelling has appealed only to some viewers.

John Anderson from Wall Street Journal writes, “Eric Garcia no doubt had his hands full writing episodes that could all serve as intros without giving away the game entirely and also be engaging enough to get a viewer to do a modicum of mental labor in keeping the story straight. That he has done.”

The Hollywood Reporter’s Angie Han says, “In practice, Kaleidoscope feels like a slick but forgettable two-hour movie puffed up into a jumbled six-hour saga. The main advantage of its unorthodox structure is that it helps obscure how generic some of its component pieces really are.”

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Is Kaleidoscope Suitable for Kids?

Kaleidoscope is rated TV-MA, which means it is meant for viewing by mature audiences only. The content material is not suitable for children under 17.


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