Netflix released new images from the fifth and final season of Money Heist, also known as La Casa del Papel, hinting at a violent showdown in the show’s last episodes. The show, which began as a restricted two-part show on Spanish cable TV, has turned into one of Netflix’s most common international shows. Season 5 of Money Heist will serve as the end for the Professor (Álvaro Morte) and his loyal clan of rag-tag offenders as they try to finish their next and most ambitious heist yet.
Money Heist is much more than your normal crime drama – it blurs the lines between who classifies because the good guys and the bad guys. The gang of criminals who go by the titles of major cities started as strangers but quickly became a family, particularly after the successful heist of the Royal Mint of Spain in the first two seasons. Silen Oliveira/Tokyo (Úrsula Corberó) functions as the primary character, combined by Aníbal/Río (Miguel Herrán), Daniel/Denver (Jaime Lorente), Mónica/Stockholm (Esther Acebo), Mirko/Helsinki (Darko Perić) and Arturo (Enrique Arce). Season 4 ended with a cliffhanger since the team rescued police inspector turned criminal Raquel/Lisbon (Itziar Ituno) from jail. Now Netflix is preparing to get a two-part closing season, airing September 3 and December 3 of this year, which will reveal whether they will succeed in robbing the Bank of Spain of its gold.
Netflix showed during Day two of its new photos that provide fans a glimpse at what to expect, for example, who might be the key rival during season 5. One photograph shows Spanish army guards prepared to open fire on the Bank of Spain. Series newcomer José Manuel Seda plays the lead soldier in the next picture below. His character is still a puzzle, but when he is outside with the army, there’s a good chance he’s the crew’s new antagonist.
The other photos reveal Río posing with the assault rifle, prepared to seek revenge on everyone who has wronged him. Additionally, a third nonetheless shows three bank robbers supporting a bunker defending themselves with a bazooka. The photographs serve as a reminder to fans that the stakes are high and not everyone will make it out alive, even if the Professor’s strategy is successful. Remember this time around, their identities are no more a mystery to the public as the offenders have become actors in their own right throughout Spain. A hasty escape to a deserted island with all of the money in the world is not exactly a choice.
During the first four seasons, Moey Heist has demonstrated its capacity to captivate viewers with high-intensity plot points and cause them to feel a profound connection to some genuinely dark criminal masterminds. And mystery and unanswered questions are that the M.O. of this show. Netflix has a massive responsibility to give fans a satisfying final season whilst still maintaining the air of mystery which makes the series so attractive. And based on the very first trailer, it looks like Season 5 of Money Heist is truly looking to complete what it began back in 2017.