Money Heist is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated shows of the current era. Unfortunately, Netflix’s groundbreaking Spanish action and crime series originally titled ‘La Casa De Papel’ Aka Money heist is coming to an end. Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 is about to premiere in two weeks. And we are still not done processing everything that has happened in part one, which aired on September 3. Now, the heist isn’t a symbolic uprising against the corrupt system anymore, it’s a full-fletched war.
Part two of Money Heist’s fifth season is set to conclude the story of our beloved robbers and their mastermind, aka ‘The Professor.’ The first half of season five, Netflix’s groundbreaking Spanish show was a thrilling ride that left us on the edge of our seats, guessing about how the events will turn out in the series finale. So, let us dig in to find out-
What Did Alvaro Morto Say About Upcoming Season?
With the last ever part, Money Heist is going to conclude all the cliffhangers of the series. In building the anticipation for the series, Netflix shared a clip on YouTube featuring the show’s cast, and behind the scenes. The clip was captioned “Making The End’. In the nearly two minutes long video, we see the actors sharing their experiences and memories about the show. Although not revealing much about the next season, the clip boosts our excitement for the end.
Alvaro Morte, who plays The Professor, says in the video, “I think this season is loaded with extreme tension.” Furthermore, the clip featured Tokyo actress Ursula Corbero hinting at her possible reappearance in the season in the form of flashbacks. The clip ended with Alvaro saying, “People will not be able to go to bed after watching these episodes,”
Money Heist Season 5 Part 2: What Will Happen?
The heist in the National Bank of Spain has become a fight for survival for the gang members after Colonial Tamayo ordered a team of elite special agents to take over the Bank. The team led by ruthless Commander Sagasta is now committed to terminating every heist member.
The heartbreaking death of Professor’s most valuable asset Tokyo in the first part left the gang vulnerable. So, now, Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 will resume from the ending of the first part. While the members are fighting for their survival in the Bank, the Professor is trying to help them from the outside.
Inspector Alicia Sierra, who found the Professor’s hideout in the first half, also seems to assist them. However, we can never be sure of her intentions. She’s an agent, after all. It will be thrilling to see how the gang members pull off a seemingly impossible escape from the Bank of Spain. And what new trick the Professor has got up in his sleeve.
Money Heist Season 5 Part 2: Finale Trailer!
Netflix dropped a promo for Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 on October 13. The trailer gives viewers a glimpse of the gang members who are still grieving Tokyo’s death from Vol. 1. However, they are now well aware of the consequences that will befall them if they continue to challenge the government, and they are waiting for them to occur. “I’ve lost people very dear to me, now I won’t let anyone else fall because of this heist,” Professor is heard saying. The teaser then shows the words ‘The End Is Coming’ in large letters, indicating that part 2 will be the series’ final installment.
Money Heist Season 5 Part 2: Release Date
Netflix confirmed the return of Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 in 2020. The return came as no surprise as the fourth installment dominated Netflix’s top 10 list worldwide upon release. But the unexpected ending of part one of Money Heist Season 5, which released on Netflix on September 3, left the ‘Heist’ fans worldwide stunned. Luckily, the wait is almost over, as the final batch of episodes will air on Friday, December 3.
The production of Money Heist Season 5 wrapped in the latter half of May 2021. And the creators released the first half just after three months. With the release date for the series finale looming closer, the hype is skyrocketing. And fans can’t wait to put on red jumpsuits and start singing ‘Bella Ciao’ on December 3. So, don’t miss it.