The return of La Casa de Papel’s first batch of season five episodes was accompanied by the death of one of the show’s main characters, breaking the hearts of viewers.
Tokyo (Ursula Corberó) has reached the end of the road, as was shown in the series’ devastating finale. But what does this imply for Money Heist season six (or season five, part two, as it is formally presented)?
Will there be Money Heist Season 6?
The answer is sad no. Season 5: Vol. 2 has been revealed as the series’ final installment and has been marketed as the grand finale. For the time being, Netflix has made it plain that Money Heist has ended until the streaming giant announces a comeback in several years. However, this does not mean that Money Heist fans won’t be able to enjoy any new material shortly.
If you saw the conclusion of Money Robbery, you can tell that the heist is over and the story has been concluded.
Money Heist Season 6 Release Date
Netflix’s intention to split the final season of the story into two volumes had been known for quite some time, with the first volume now available to stream and the second volume arriving very shortly.
Because the show’s release schedule was revealed in May, we can confirm that the final batch of Money Heist episodes (season five part two, which many informally refer to as season six) will debut on the streaming service on December 3.
— Netflix World (@NetflixReporter) April 29, 2022
Money Heist Season 6 Cast
There is every possibility that Tokyo will play a role in the remaining episodes despite her death. The crime show frequently uses flashbacks, and being one of the primary protagonists, her backstory is likely to be expanded upon.
We have every reason to expect that popular newcomer Rafael will return, and there is much more to learn about him, as discussed previously.
Other prominent figures expected to return include:
The Professor (Álvaro Morte), Rio (Miguel Herrán), Manila (Belén Cuesta), Denver (Jaime Lorente), Stockholm (Esther Acebo), Helsinki (Darko Peric), Rodrigo de la Serna (Palermo), Bogotá (Hovik Keuchkerian) and Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri).
Synopsis of Berlin
We were unable to read the Berlin summary because Netflix has not provided much information about it. We can only suppose that Money Heist will concentrate on his life before the robbery at the Royal Mint of Spain. The Spin-Off might also delve deeper into Berlin’s romantic relationship with Tatiana and his marriage to her.
In the most recent season of the show, his son Rafael was introduced. Fans anticipate seeing more of these characters in the forthcoming series. Every day, anticipation for the Money Heist Season 6 spin-off series Money Heist: Berlin grows, yet the series will not come on Netflix until 2023.
Money Heist Season 5 Part 1 Ending Explained, and What It Could Mean for the Plot
Tokyo, Denver (Jaime Lorente), and Manila (Belén Cuesta) found themselves in a shootout with Commander Sagasta and his military squad while barricaded in the kitchen of the Bank of Spain.
César Ganda, the bank’s bodyguard, was left with a crimson face after a clever hand grenade maneuver, and Tokyo’s on/off boyfriend Rio was informed that his pals may be in danger. To rescue them, Rio uses the team’s jackhammer to begin drilling through the room’s roof to create a hole in the floor.
Sagasta began drilling through the walls in an attempt to infiltrate, and subsequent gunfire through the holes rendered some of his men ineffective and seriously injured Tokyo. Undoubtedly, her bulletproof vest saved her life, but she lost the use of her limbs due to damage.
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However, the only safe exit from the kitchen was down a lift shaft, which would have required the use of cables to descend numerous stories. Tokyo’s injury prevented her from completing this task, so she persuaded Denver and Manila to continue without her. She intended for soft objects to be placed at the base of the drop so she could leap down and join them.
Rio can construct a small hole to rejoin Tokyo, but the opening is too small for her to escape. Before enabling the lift leap, the military smashed its way into the kitchen and opened fire on Tokyo. She accepted her fate, but not before detonating the grenades strapped to her chest in an attempt to save the rest of her team by taking the squad with her.
The climax concluded with the group’s tearful acceptance of Tokyo’s death.
The crucial question moving forward is whether or not her narration of the series will continue despite her passing, or if it will be given to another character — and if so, who?
The fates of Helsinki, who was trapped under a column and now requires a limb amputation, and Stockholm, who self-injected morphine, remain unknown.
The opening portion of season five appears to have devoted a substantial amount of time to establishing Rafael’s (Patrick Criado) significant role in future episodes. Through a sequence of flashbacks involving his father Berlin (Pedro Alonso), we see how Rafael was coerced into participating in a robbery with him. He has made it quite plain that he has no desire to follow in his late father’s footsteps, leading many Money Heist fans to believe that he may end up saving the day in the show’s final season.
Money Heist Episodes: How Many Are Left?
We were informed that season five would consist of a total of 10 episodes, making it the longest season to date.
The first portion, which is now available to stream, consists of five episodes, therefore the conclusion will consist of the remaining five episodes.
Is Money Heist Season 6 in the Works?
Yes! Netflix is developing a spinoff of Money Heist. According to Deadline, the narrative will center on Berlin (Pedro Alonso). Berlin is the tentative title. We do not know the spinoff’s subject matter or participants. Without a doubt, it will be a prequel. We hope to see further Money Heist characters in the new Netflix original series.