Money Heist: Season 5 Marks The End Of The Netflix Series

One of favorite Netflix series, Money Heist or La casa de Papel, is back with its 5th season. According to rumors, this season can be the last season of the Spanish series. Let’s read more about this in this post.

Season 5th of Money Heist

Netflix’s Spanish-language original series Money Heist is officially coming to an end in season 5. There are many close shaves in season 4 of the series which need to be tied. In season 4, things got ramped in terms of violence more slaughter than all the three previous seasons.

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Creator of the series, Alex Pina, they spent more than a year, finding how to split up the band. The reason for the delay in the production of season 5 is that they have to decide about the Professor. And also how to how to put him in the ropes.

Cast of Money Heist

  • Ursula Corbero as Tokyo
  • Álvaro Morte as Professor
  • Najwa Nimri as Alicia Sierra
  • Itziar Ituno as Lisbon
  • Jaime Lorente as Denver
  • Miguel Herrán as Rio
  • Esther Acebo as Stockholm
  • Darko Perić as Helsinki
  • Enrique Arce as Arturo Román

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Plot of The Series

Money Heist is a Spanish crime drama Television Series, which is created by Alex Pina. The series follows two long-prepared heists and led by The Professor. The heist includes one on the Royal Mint of Spain, and others on the Bank of Spain. There are overall of 4 seasons in the series, started on May 2, 2017, in Spain.

Also read: Money Heist Season 5: Will The Mystery Related To Alicia Get Solved?

The series is set in Madrid, and there is a strange man known as The Professor. He selects a group of eight people and choose their code names as cities, to carry out a complicated plan. The plan includes accessing in the Royal Mint of Spain, and escaping with €2.4 billion. In the second heist, they prepare for the Bank of Spain. In this heist, they again deal with hostages and police forces.

The series won the Iris Award for Best Screenplay in 2017. Pedro Alonso or Berlin, won the Best supporting Television Actor in 2018. 

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