Money Heist fans across the world will be stunned by the startling conclusion to season five, part one, which premiered on Netflix on Friday, September 3.
Fortunately, they will not have to wait for ages to find out how this massive crime storey concludes, since the last batch of episodes is just a few weeks away, set to be released on Friday, December 3.
The streaming service revealed the release date for Money Heist season five in May, with a tweet as well as a teaser video for the programme’s startling ending.
We were assured a “charged” second half of season five, with “intense tension” woven throughout a recent teaser featuring some behind-the-scenes action from the programme.
“I will do other things,” said Darko Peri, who portrays Helsinki, “but something like this occurs once in a lifetime.”
“We know it is not going just to let down the show’S fans,” Rodrigo De la Serna, who portrays Palermo, remarked. On the contrary, we are confident they will enjoy it. What is coming is potent.”
“People will not be able to sleep after seeing any of these programmes,” Mort (The Professor) said.
So, what will happen next? Netflix has now revealed the fairly gloomy narrative summary for Season 5 Part 2.
“Tokyo (Ursula Corberó) is no longer alive. The adversary is wounded but as deadly as ever in the Bank of Spain.”
“Faced with their darkest hour and toughest challenge yet, the group devises a daring strategy to extract the gold without anybody knowing. Then, to make matters worse, the Professor commits the most egregious error of his life.”