Season 5 of Money Heist is now available on Netflix. In September 2021, the first half of the season of the Netflix original series was published. Netflix aired the remaining five episodes of Money Heist season 5 in December.
In early December, the series is on its way to becoming the most popular show on the planet. It’s easily one of the best Netflix shows, and it’ll undoubtedly be one of the year’s most anticipated new releases.
Fans are naturally curious about what’s next for these characters, the show as a whole, and whether or not Money Heist season 6 will take place.
It’s hard to think that the Spanish-language smash hit, which was originally titled La Casa de Papel, was a flop when it first aired in Spain in 2017. After five seasons, we’re still not ready to let go of the twists and turns. Here’s everything you need to know about a possible sixth season of Money Heist, as well as the new episodes that recently debuted on Netflix.
Money Heist Season 6 Release Date and Time
Money Heist is a popular Spanish heist crime drama television series that was first broadcast on May 2, 2017. This sitcom gained enormous popularity after only a few episodes, and it now has a new season, Season 6. Money Heist Season 6 is generating a lot of buzz among fans, and they’re eager to find out when it will be released. Money Heist Season 6 is expected to premiere in the year 2022. These are, however, simply guesses. As a result, we’ll have to wait for formal word on the release date for Money Heist Season 6.
When Is the Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Release Date?
Money Heist Season 5 part 1 has been available to stream since September 4, 2021, but the nonstop action of the first five episodes has left us hungry for more. Thankfully, as of December 3, the season’s final five episodes are available to stream on the platform.
With a tweet in May 2021, Netflix confirmed the show’s schedule. Fortunately, it also provided inpatient fans a sneak peek at the first part’s teaser!
We’re not looking forward to the remaining three episodes of the series either, but we have a feeling it’ll all be worth it in the end as the Professor’s crew and the Spanish army battle it out.
Money Heist Season 6 Cast
Despite her death, there’s a good chance Tokyo may show up in the remaining episodes. Flashbacks are a popular plot device for crime shows, and as one of the main characters, there’s bound to be more to her story.
As previously stated, there’s every reason to expect that popular newcomer Rafael will return and that there’s still a lot more to learn about him.
Other Key Characters that Will Likely Be Back Include:
Lvaro Morte (The Professor), Miguel Herrán (Rio), Belén Cuesta (Manila), Jaime Lorente (Denver), Esther Acebo (Sweden), Darko Peric (Helsinki), Rodrigo de la Serna (Palermo), Hovik Keuchkerian (Bogotá) and Alicia Sierra (Rio) (Najwa Nimri).
Is the Money Heist Now Over?
Though the show will not return after the release of Money Heist Part 5 Vol 2, fans should not be afraid because the makers are developing a Netflix spinoff series focusing on the character Berlin/Andrés de Fonollosa, who plays the Professor’s brother in the show. Park Hae-soo of Squid Game will star in the Money Heist spin-off TV drama, which will launch on Netflix in 2023. A Korean adaptation of the series is also in the works, with Squid Game’s Park Hae-soo starring.
Money Heist Season 6 Plot
Tokyo, Denver (Jaime Lorente), and Manila (Belén Cuesta) were barricaded in the kitchen of the Bank of Spain and found themselves in a shootout with Commander Sagasta and his military unit.
César Ganda, the bank’s bodyguard, was left with a crimson face after a nifty trick with a hand grenade, alerting Tokyo’s on/off love interest Rio to the possibility that his pals might be in danger. Rio uses the team’s jackhammer to begin drilling through the ceiling in order to gain access via the room’s floor in an attempt to save them.
In an attempt to penetrate, Sagasta began drilling through the walls, and a following shot through the holes renders part of his men ineffective and Tokyo severely hurt. Her bulletproof vest undoubtedly saved her life, but she had lost the use of her limbs as a result of her injuries.
However, the only safe way out of the kitchen was down a lift shaft, which would have required them to descend numerous floors using wires. Tokyo was unable to do so due to her injury, so she persuaded Denver and Manila to accompany her. She intended for them to layer soft goods at the bottom of the drop so she could leap down and join them.
Rio is able to make a small hole in order to rejoin Tokyo, but it is too small for her to escape through. The military blasted its way into the kitchen and opened fire on Tokyo before the lift leap was made possible. She accepted her fate despite being outmanned, but not before detonating the grenades strapped to her chest in an attempt to drag the squad with her and save the rest of her team.
The group came to terms with the emotional loss of Tokyo in the finale.
The great question now is whether her narration of the series will continue after she dies, or if the baton will be handed on to someone else – and if so, who?
We also don’t know what happened to Helsinki, who was stuck beneath a pillar and now requires a leg amputation, or Stockholm, who self-injected morphine.
The first half of season five also appears to have spent a significant amount of time establishing Rafael (Patrick Criado) as a key character in future episodes. We learn how Rafael was duped into committing a heist with his father Berlin (Pedro Alonso) through a series of flashbacks. He’s made it clear that he doesn’t want to follow in his late father’s footsteps, which has many Money Heist viewers wondering if he’ll end up saving the day in the show’s final season.