Netflix’s ‘Money Heist’, to Return in Two Parts for 5th Season

Fans are totally in delight as Money Heist (La Casa de Papel) has finished filming it’s fifth and final season. The streaming giant has announced that the cult Spanish series’ last season would be split into two halves, each with five episodes. The first part will be released on September 3 and the second on December 3 of this year.

A Recap on the Last Four Seasons

The show is about two heists rather than one. The first operation takes place throughout the first two seasons. Most of the main characters are introduced here, and their names are based on cities, such as Tokyo, Nairobi, Moscow, Rio, Denver, Helsinki, Berlin, and Oslo. The Professor is the mastermind behind them all, as well as the heist he has planned to rob Spain’s Royal Mint.

The gang raids the mint while wearing Salvador Dali masks and red jumpsuits. They are successful in escaping with millions of Euros, but Berlin, Oslo, and Moscow are killed.

The robbery of the Bank of Spain is the focus of the third and fourth seasons, which takes place three years after the Royal Mint of Spain incident. The organization has grown by three new members. Nairobi is killed during the robbery. Sierra, a pregnant cop, gets sacked, but by the fourth season, she has not only found the Professor in his hidden location on her own, but she has also held him at gunpoint.

What exactly is Sierra’s goal? After the policemen released her, Lisbon has joined the group inside the bank, but is this part of a police plan? The final season, which will contain ten episodes — two more than the previous seasons — will resolve a lot of questions.

La Casa de Papel Season 5

As per the latest season’s synopsis, the gang has been confined to the Bank of Spain for over a hundred hours. They have rescued Lisbon, but their darkest hour has arrived following the loss of one of their own. Sierra has apprehended the Professor and, for the first time, he lacks an escape plan. Just when it appears that nothing else could possibly go wrong, an adversary far more powerful than any they have encountered appears on the scene: the army. The greatest heist in history is drawing to a close, and what began as a robbery will escalate into a war.

Sounds exciting, right? Let’s all see each other on September for the first part’s premier. Until then, Bella Ciao!

Written by Nicole Sael

A future educator and an anime enthusiast. Nicole enjoys cooking and baking in her free time. A rom-com freak.

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