Netflix’s international hit series Money Heist will be returning to the streaming platform with its fifth and final season.
Netflix, the streaming platform shared a photo of cracked Salvador Dalí mask and revealing that the heist is coming to its end!
THE HEIST COMES TO AN END— Netflix (@netflix) July 31, 2020
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The Spanish-language crime drama La Casa De Papel, or Money Heist’s fourth season was released back on April 3, comprising of eight episodes.
The series will be entering unknown territory when it returns, going beyond the heist to avenge Nairobi’s (Alba Flores) death.
Season 4 saw Professor’s (Álvaro Morte) team declaring war on the authorities during their job at the Bank of Spain as he was discovered by Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri), the inspector who’s been chasing him.
A heist began to save Rio (Miguel Herrán), but it cost them the life of their team member Nairobi (Alba Flores) and causing a stir among the series’ fans.
Series creator Alex Pina while talking to Entertainment Weekly, said, “We are moving from a chess game – a mere intellectual strategy – to a war strategy: attack and contention”.
The war they’ve been pushed to start results in “the most epic part of all the parts we’ve shot,” according to Pina.
“We always try that our opponents be charismatic, intelligent, shiny,” he explains. “In this case, in a pure war film genre, we also look for characters whose intelligence can measure up against The Professor’s.”
“Adrenaline is within Money Heist’s DNA. Every thirty seconds things take place and disrupt the characters, a turn of the screw to the action. The adrenaline mixed with feelings arising from absolutely complex, magnetic, unforeseeable characters will continue until the end of the heist to the Bank of Spain,” Pina says.
“However, the gang will now be pushed into irreversible situations, into a wild war: it is the most epic part of all the parts we’ve shot.”
As being reported, the final season 5 production will start from Monday in Denmark before filming in Spain and Portugal.