New photos from Netflix’s Money Heist, also known as La Casa del Papel, have already been revealed, hinting at a deadly finale in the show’s final episodes. The show, which started as a two-part limited show on Spanish cable television, has grown to become one of Netflix’s most common foreign titles.
Season 5 of Money Robbery will see the end of the Professor (Alvaro Morte) and his ragtag group of crooks as they want to pull off their second and most daring heist yet. Money Heist is more than a conventional criminal drama in that it blurs the lines between who’s good and who’s bad.
The group of thieves known by their city names began as strangers but slowly became into a family, particularly after the theft of the Royal Mint of Spain in the first two seasons.
The main character, Silen Oliveira/Tokyo (Ursula Corberó), is connected by Anibal/Ro (Miguel Herrán), Daniel/Denver (Jaime Lorente), Mónica/Stockholm (Esther Acebo), Mirko/Helsinki (Darko Peri), and Arturo/Stockholm (Esther Acebo) (Enrique Arce). Season 4 concluded on a cliffhanger when the group rescued Raquel/Lisbon (Itziar Ituno), a police detective turned offender, from imprisonment.
Money Heist Season 5 Images Revealed
Three new photographs were unveiled on Day two of Netflix’s Geeked Week reside that provides fans a peek of what to anticipate in season 5, for example who might function as an important adversary.
In 1 shot, Spanish military guards have been seen preparing to fire the Bank of Spain. From the second picture below, José Manuel Seda, a newbie to the show, plays the lead soldier. His identity is unknown, but if he is outside with the army, he’s the team’s new adversary.
Ro is shown in other images standing with an attack weapon, able to exact vengeance on anybody who has abused him. A third still shows three bank robbers defending themselves with a bazooka behind a bunker.
Even if the Professor’s program succeeds, the photos serve as a warning to viewers that the stakes are large and that not everyone will make it out alive. And keep in mind that the offenders’ names aren’t any longer a secret to the general public, since they have become superstars in their own right across Spain. A fast getaway to a desolate island with all the world’s money is not an alternative.
Money Heist has proven its potential to engage viewers with high-intensity storylines and also to make them feel a powerful link to a very evil criminal mastermind over the span of the first four seasons. And the show’s M.O. is a mystery and open-source question.