Money Heist Season 5 Arrives on Netflix This Friday But You Can Watch the First 15 Minutes Now

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September 02, 2021  12:42 PM

Money Heist (La Casa de Papel), the Spanish crime thriller series, will return to Netflix for its fifth and final season this Friday, September 3, and fans are excited to find out how the Professor and the gang will pull off their insane heist in the Bank of Spain. 

Money Heist Season 5 Volume 1 - First 15 minutes

The final season will be released in two volumes, with the second part releasing this December, but fans can start watching the new episodes from the first part this Friday. However, if you can't contain your excitement, you can actually watch the first 15 minutes of Money Heist Season 5, Vol. 1 now, and it will surely get you hyped! 

Watch the 15-minute premiere from the official YouTube channel of La Casa de Papel in the embed here: 

 

The final season picks off where Season 4 left: Alicia (Najwa Nimri) pointing the gun at the Professor (Alvaro Morte) while the gang at the bank are still struggling to find out how they will pull off the heist. Raquel Murillo, aka Lisbon (Itziar Ituno) talks to Tokyo (Ursula Corbero) about their plan, but it seems that Tokyo is having trouble trusting her since Lisbon was interrogated by the police for 30 hours. 

The first 15 minutes also gives us a flashback of Berlin (Pedro Alonso) with his son Rafael (Patrick Criado). There's also a flashback scene with Professor and Lisbon on bed, talking about how the military will eventually come against the heist gang. 

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Money Heist Season 5, Vol. 1 is set to release on Netflix on September 3; Vol. 2 will be released on Dec. 3. You can check more details about Money Heist Season here

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