Will There Be Netflix's Kaleidoscope Season 2?

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Will There Be Netflix's Kaleidoscope Season 2?
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Over the first week of the year, everyone has been on Netflix to check out an intriguing series as it has been said to change the turf when it comes to shows given that it could be watched in no particular order, but will there be Kaleidoscope Season 2 given its popularity?

Will There Be Netflix's Kaleidoscope Season 2?

Will There Be Netflix's Kaleidoscope Season 2?
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Will There Be Netflix's Kaleidoscope Season 2?
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The talk of the town for the whole first week of the year is none other than Netflix's Kaleidoscope which made everyone think on the best episode order to watch given that there is no specific order to watch it and while it changes one's perspective on the story, everyone gets the same narrative.

As usual, curiosity kills the cat, and with the intriguing non-linear order of the episodes of Netflix's Kaleidoscope, many are engaged to watch the series in their respective preference on the episode order. That being said, once done, everyone's wondering whether there would be Kaleidoscope Season 2.

However, to date, there is still no confirmation from Netflix whether there would be Kaleidoscope Season 2 considering that the show has been considered as a limited series, meaning it will only last for one run and given the conclusion of the show, everything's already packed up with a proper ending.

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That is, unless, there is another heist similar to the one on the series but involving different issues between different people with different motives but with the same run of the narrative in the same style as that in Kaleidoscope which could bring a whole anthology series where a different story turns up in each season.

Kaleidoscope banners a powerhouse ensemble cast starring Giancarlo Esposito as Leo Pap/ Ray Vernon, Paz Vega as Ava Mercer, Tati Gabrielle as Hannah Kim, Rufus Sewell as Roger Salas/ Graham Davies, Peter Mark Kendall as Stan Loomis, Jai Courtney as Bob Goodwin, and Rosaline Elbay as Judy Goodwin.

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The cast also includes Jordan Mendoza as RJ Acosta, Niousha Noor as FBI Agent Nazan Abassi, Soojeong Son as Liz Kim, and Hemky Madera as Carlos Sujo.

Kaleidoscope is now available to stream on Netflix.