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Netflix ‘s Money Heist season 5 release date: All we know so fare about cast and story plot

La Casa de Papel or the Money Heist has become another fan-favorite these days, and this past week when Netflix dropped the trailer for the second season’s second part, fans all around are desperately excited and eagerly waiting the fourth part. The third’s part cliffhanger is very much the reason behind the fans being too enthusiastic.

The first two parts in the series revolve around the group of robbers, who planned to rob the Royal Mint of Spain in Madrid, with the direction mastermind, The Professor. The third part depicts all our beloved surviving robbers scattered around the world, but when things turn, and few new faces join the force, the band is back again to assault the iconic landmark in Madrid, Banco de España.

But it looks like the fourth part might not have a happy ending, and the whole gang will witness the catastrophic consequences as Nairobi—on the latest trailer—is shown on a stretcher and the mastermind, El Professor is on the run. Raquel is pretty much alive, and she is planning to aid the police. On the other hand, the Bank of Spain’s unyielding security chief Gandia is hunting down all the members of the band.

Money Heist has garnered many critical acclaims mainly for the uniqueness of story-telling, direction, sincere dramas, and sophisticated plot. When the third part was dropped on Netflix, a year ago, it quickly became the most-watched series overall on Netflix in any language. This series attracted many European and Latin subscribers to the on-demand video subscription-based platform.

Release Date!

The fourth part will be available to viewers on Netflix all over the world on April 3, 2020. The analyst believes that the fourth part would have an enormous number of viewers because of the coronavirus pandemic because the majority of people have isolated themselves inside their house. Indeed, it would be the high time to binge-watch amid coronavirus fears.

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