It might seem like just another big heist series, but the new “Kaleidoscope” (Netflix, streaming) takes advantage of the new technology to allow viewers to take a more interactive role in choosing which episode to watch and in what order in order to help solve an underlying puzzle in the 25-year effort to crack a tough vault. The cast includes Giancarlo Esposito, Rufus Swell and Paz Vega. 

The head-scratching “Paul T. Goodman” (Peacock, streaming) is a series about a guy telling the story of his divorce with the kind of clumsiness usually found in self-published books. That’s because the Goodman in question also wrote the screenplay for a film version of his woes. He insists on starring as himself and he’s pretty terrible, which is where director Jason Woliner comes in, mining the comedy of something so inept, mixing fantasy and reality in the way he did in “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.” Weird enough to be interesting. 

Brendan O’Carroll stars in “Mrs. Brown’s Boys New Year Special 2023” (BritBox, streaming). 

Hugh Bonneville returns to host the annual New Year’s Day concert from Vienna, this year conducted by Cleveland Orchestra music director Franz Welser-Möst on “Great Performances” (PBS, 8 p.m., check local listings).

The singer is profiled in the biographical documentary “Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over” (CNN, 9 p.m.), with contributions from Clive Davis, Gladys Knight, Burt Bacharach, Olivia Newton-John and Stevie Wonder, among others.

The most honestly named series on TV is “Sewer Divers” (Discovery, 9 p.m.) about those who work deep in the pipes in New York, New Jersey and Ohio. It follows the season premiere of “Dirty Jobs” (Discovery, 8 p.m.).