After months of anticipation from fans, Money Heist is all set to return on Netflix with its season 4 (which is classified by Netflix as part 4). Here is everything you need to know La Casa de Papel ahead of its return.
Netflix recently dropped the action-packed trailer of the show with a tagline of “Let the chaos begin.” The trailer created a lot of buzz in the fans, and they just cannot wait to see what happens in the story next.
The release date of Money Heist Season 4
The fiery Spanish series will be premiered on Netflix on April 3, 2020. The revival of the show was announced even before part 3 aired. The show was a huge success and considered to be a key driver in Netflix’s international growth.
The cast of Money Heist Season 4
The cast of the new season has been confirmed by the new trailer of the show. This upcoming season has got Tokyo (Úrsula Corberó), Bogotá (Hovik Keuchkerian), Palermo (Rodrigo De la Serna), Helsinki (Darko Peric), Lisbon (Itziar Ituino), Rio (Miguel Herrán), Denver (Jaime Lorente) and Stockholm (Esther Acebo) as its cast. Najwa Nimri, as Alicia Sierra and Enrique Arce as Arturo Román, are expected to return to the series. No new cast members have been confirmed yet.
The plot of Money Heist Season 4
Nothing has officially been declared about the plot of the sitcom, but it can be picked after the finale of season 3. The last season ended on several climactic cliffhangers, including the Professor believing Raquel had been killed by the police. Nairobi was seen being shot, but in the trailer, we see a dramatic scene of Nairobi hinting that she can be alive.
In a recent interview with the creators of the show, it was revealed that they went all-in for a fiery third part to entice people back into the world of Money Heist. In contrast, season 4 might slow things down and be centered on characters.
This season is going to be filled with twists and turns, mysterious dramas to completely enthrall the audience again. Let’s just hope that they may be able to release it on April 3 itself amid the corona worries.