Money Heist’s (La Casa De Papel) journey on Netflix ends in December 2021 with the arrival of Part 5, Volume 2 (or sometimes called Season 6, Season 5, Part 2, or just like the last season, as you like. call her ). We’ve seen five great seasons of Money Heist and below we’ll discuss everything we can expect from last season, following trailers, videos, and the Netflix release date.
The Spanish phenomenon has been one of the most polarizing shows of the past five years, breaking the language barrier and entertaining tens of millions of non-Spaniards around the world. While we’re still waiting for Part 5’s view count, we know Part 4 made Money Heist the most viewed non-English title when over 65 million households were online to watch in the first month.
The series has led to a huge expansion in demand for Spanish content around the world, including dozens of upcoming projects based in Spain. Bluper reports that the demand has led to a shortage of filming equipment in the country.
It’s been a long road of twists and turns, but we can’t wait to see what the last part of Money Heist has prepared for us.
When will Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 be on Netflix?
The final part of Money Heist will be released on Netflix globally on Friday, December 3rd, 2021.
All the Trailers for Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Available:
At Netflix’s TUDUM event, we first saw the latest installment of Money Heist. While the professor is mysteriously removed from communications and the building is still surrounded by police, the robbery team is debating how to escape and what to do with all the gold.
Then, on October 13, 2021, we received our first taster for the final season, which was just a 42-second clip.
The latest trailer (rumored to be official) arrived on November 3, 2021, exactly one month before the last season on Netflix.
It was accompanied by the text of the teaser:
“The world’s greatest heist comes to an end. Last season of Money Heist launching December 3rd, only on Netflix.”
On November 17, Netflix Geeked shared a behind-the-scenes look at the latest season of Money Heist.
What to expect from MH Part 5 Volume 2?
There is a lot to expect from the last part of Money Heist. As you can imagine, there are a lot of spoilers below, so be careful!
Will Alicia hand the Professor over to the Police?
Like Junkyard’s team, Alicia is now one of the most coveted women in Spain, Europe and possibly the world. After confronting the professor and knocking out Marseille and Benjamin, a very pregnant Alicia gave birth. The last time we saw Alicia was when she pulled two players out of the bathroom and hid them in her sleeve. This means that Alicia isn’t quite on the professor’s side yet and there’s still a good chance she’s a catalyst for Obira’s breakdown, or at least the professor’s demise.
The reason Alicia cheated on the professor is obvious. The last thing she wants is to spend her entire life running away from the police while she tries to raise her baby. Entrusting the professor to the police could earn him a job at the mercy of Colonel Tamayo.
Will the heist crew die or escape?
Nairobi’s death was devastating for the crew and Tokyo’s death would have had a similar effect on their psyche. With no more hostages, the only thing preventing Tamayo from sending all his forces to the police and army is the gold held hostage and the fact that the professor has the colonel’s cursed criminal record.
Of course, we expect to see the death of one or two of Junkyard’s crew members, but we also expect to see some survivors, even if that doesn’t mean the gold has been stolen. Given that the entire robbery has begun to wrest Rio out of the hands of the police, he is one of the few we would expect to escape from.
How the hell will the crew escape is a puzzle at this speed.
What is the episode count for Part 5 Volume 2?
The last part of Money Heist will be released in five episodes. Everything should take about 50 minutes.
At the end of the final part of Money Heist, there will be a total of 41 episodes on Netflix.
We are also waiting for episode 2 of the retrospective documentary entitled Money Heist: From Tokyo to Berlin.
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