Money Heist season four elevated the action and added more carnage than all the past seasons.
Fans were anticipating season 4 to end the same way as season two, systematically concluding the heist after two seasons.
As nothing went according to the plan, the team was forced to buy themselves a bit more time.
Eventually, season four ended on a cliffhanger, which gave way to Money Heist season five.
Also, Netflix has confirmed the new season. Netflix declared Money Heist would be back for a fifth and final season on 31 July 2020. However, the release date got delayed.
Money Heist season five will take place in Spain, Denmark and Portugal. The final season consists of 10 episodes. Netflix started working on season five plans a few days after the announcement, beginning production on August 3.
Money Heist Season 5: When Will It Release On Netflix?
The season five took a lot of time get a green signal, but being one of the most famous Netflix shows in the world, it was uncertain that Netflix would pull the plug on an unfinished narrative.
Fans waited for nine months between seasons three and four of Money Heist. If season five had followed the same pattern, you might have returned at the bank by the end of 2020.
Netflix halted production on all of its original series for two weeks because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But the cast and crew are back in action, according to reports.
While the viewers can’t expect the season 5 to release this year, 2021 seems more of a possibility, excluding any problems.
Money Heist Season 5: Who All Will Be There?
Netflix disclosed that apart from the old cast, some new faces will be seen.
Miguel Ángel Silvestre and Patrick Criado are sure to come as new additions to the show.
The previous cast has also confirmed to reprise their roles. It includes:-
Úrsula Coberó (Tokyo), Álvaro Morte (The Professor), Itziar Ituño (Lisbon), Pedro Alonso (Berlín), Miguel Herrán (Rio), Jaime Lorente (Denver), Esther Acebo (Stockholm), and Enrique Arce (Arturo).
Also starring Darko Peric (Helsinki), Hovik Keuchkerian (Bogotá), Luka Peros (Marseille), Belén Cuesta (Manila), Fernando Cayo (Coronel Tamayo) Rodrigo de la Serna (Palermo), Najwa Nimri (Inspector Sierra), and José Manuel Poga (Gandía).
Money Heist Season 5: What Can Be Expected?
There are a lot of loose threads to sew at the end of season four. So, now the upcoming episodes have a lot of scope for a much better story building.
Lisbon is made her way back to the bank, but with the professor found by Inspector Alicia Sierra, The others have no way to escape.
They’ll have to keep melting gold at top speed and hope that Sergio somehow manages to outsmart Sierra once and for all.
Money Heist Season 5: Fan Theories Made For The Show.
As always, at the end credits of season 4, the resistance anthem ‘Bella Ciao’ gave the goosebumps to every fan out there.
The song is full of subject matter that has proven to be critical throughout the series. But what’s even more essential this time is who’s singing it.
It was pointed out that actress Najwa Nimri is the one who’s singing the anthem, just a few seconds after the credits start to appear.
Before this, only characters who fight along with Berlin and Sergio were singing this song.
It was done for representing the backstory to their cause.
This leaves us with a vast question.
Does this mean that Alicia will turn out to be an ally to the group in season five?
While this could be some coincident, the fact that Nimri is the one who delivers the last line of dialogue before the credits link seems more intentional than that.
Although some fan theories propose that Alicia could covertly be Tatiana, Berlin’s wife from his wedding flashbacks, that looks like a huge plot twist. Ofcourse, the two women look quite similar, but Diana Gómez played Tatiana, not Nimri.
Still, the fans can’t avert the fact that there is some relationship between the two. Above all, Money Heist has never hesitated from surprise family reveals in the past.
This means that Alicia and Tatiana might be closely related after all.
Either way, the fans won’t be in surprise if Alicia joins the professor in season five, changing the dynamics of the series entirely.