And the robbery of the Bank of Spain came to an end. Netflix has announced the premiere date of the fifth season of ‘La casa de papel’. The streaming service has decided to divide the launch into Two parts, the first volume will arrive on September 3 and the second will do it December 3. The band and the Professor will extend the farewell a little longer.
“When we started writing Part 5 in the midst of a pandemic, we felt we had to change what was expected of a ten-episode season and we seek by all means to generate a feeling of the end of the season or series finale in that first volume, “explains Álex Pina, creator of the series, in a statement.
“We decided to work in an extreme war genre and put La Banda against the ropes. In volume 2 we focus more on the emotionality of the characters, it is a journey through his sentimental map that connects us directly with the farewell“, keep going.
In addition, along with the announcement of the release date of the two batches of episodes, Netflix has also released the first trailer for the fifth season. An epic teaser loaded with action and emotion that abuses slow motion for, spiced up with a cover of the theme song ‘In The End’ by Linkin Park, warn that “there is no going back”.
The official synopsis for the fifth season is as follows: “The band has been locked up more than 100 hours at the Bank of Spain, have managed to rescue Lisbon, but are experiencing one of their worst moments after losing one of their own. The teacher has been captured by Sierra and, for the first time, he has no plan to escape“.
And he continues: “When it seems that nothing can get worse, a new enemy will arrive much more powerful than any of the previous ones: the army. The end of the biggest robbery in history is near and what started as a robbery will now be transformed into a war“.
The fifth part of ‘The Money Heist’ stars Álvaro Morte, Úrsula Corberó, Pedro Alonso, Itziar Ituño, Rodrigo de la Serna, Najwa Nimri, Miguel Herrán, Jaime Lorente, Esther Acebo, Enrique Arce, Darko Peric, Belén Cuesta, Hovik Keuchkerian, Luka Peros, Fernando Cayo, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Patrick Criado, José Manuel Seda and Alberto Amarila.