Giancarlo Esposito recommends ideal order to watch new Netflix series Kaleidoscope
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This new Netflix drama may seem daunting at first, but series stars Giancarlo Esposito and Tati Gabrielle have revealed the best way to binge-watch their new show Kaleidoscope.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Gabrielle portrays Hannah Kim, Leo's daughter who works at Roger Sala's (Rufus Sewell) security firm.
But unfortunately for the crew, betrayal, greed, and other threats come in the way of their plans.
The cast also includes Jai Courtney, Rosaline Elbay, Paz Vega, and Jordan Mendoza among others.
It takes place 24 years before the heist and explores the months after, too.
Kaleidoscope’s eight-episode first season was released in its entirely on Sunday (1 January) and it's the centre of discussion on social media, with the show debuted at number four on the Netflix UK TV Programmes chart on today.
And one of the reasons why people are talking about it is because viewers can watch the episodes in any order and the show should still make sense.
The introduction, titled 'Black' explains the show’s concept while the episode 'White' is intended to be the series finale.
Gabrielle suggested that viewers should watch the episodes as they are listed on Netflix, rather than mixing up the order.
“I would want people to watch it how it pops up on Netflix,” the 26-year-old actor told Collider.
However, she then went on to add that she wouldn’t recommend a particular order because she wants to hear people’s thoughts about their own orders.
“I definitely would not suggest an order because I'm very excited and curious to see, or to hear, the conversations that come out of everybody seeing it in a different way. And just excited to hear what people take from their particular set."
The Breaking Bad star agreed with his co-star and suggested that people watch it ‘in the colour scheme that appeals to you'.
He added: “Certainly, if it pops up on Netflix in a suggested order, I would say jumble that order and just go for one.
“Because no matter which order you watch this particular show in, you're going to watch it again in a different order because you're going to be intrigued enough to want to see how all these puzzle pieces fit with each other, and how the connective tissue of all these characters gives you a different way in each time you watch it.”