It has only been slightly more than a week since the release of Money Heist’s fourth series, and fans have already been rallying for Money Heist – Season 5. The show has been immensely popular since it came out on Netflix with both fans and critics alike. Season 4 left us with a massive cliffhanger. Subsequently, the question arises as to when we will be getting Money Heist – Season 5.
So, is there going to be a Season 5? Who can we expect in the cast? When can we expect the show?
Let’s find out.
Money Heist: The Show
Money Heist or La Casa De Papel is a Spanish heist crime drama show. The show was supposed to be a limited series that was released on a Spanish network before it was picked up by Netflix in 2017. 2017 saw the show’s initial release.
According to Wikipedia, the show follows a well-planned and anticipated, multi-day heist on the Royal Mint of Spain in Madrid by a group of robbers. The burglars want to print and escape with €2.4 billion. They take hostages to complete their tasks, and an external handler, only known as the Professor, aids them. The burglars are named after cities, and the story follows Tokyo’s perspective.
Money Heist Season 5: Cast
We can expect to see most of the cast returning to the show, probably except Alba Flores. But, seeing as to how actors whose characters have made exits from the show have continued to be on there even after their doors, it is plausible and safe to assume that Flores might be returning for the next season or at least some episodes as well.
Money Heist Season 5: Expectations
Money Heist – Season 4 has received favorable reviews from critics and has been a hit among the fans. So, when can we expect Money Heist – Season 5?
Although there have been no official announcements, the show’s creator told ABC Spain that “Someone knows there will be [a fifth season], but we don’t.” Thus, it is safe to assume that we can expect a Money Heist – Season 5 soon.
If we consider the nine-month gap between the second and the third series, then we can expect season 5 by the end of this year. However, Netflix has stopped production on all original series; this might be a far fetched idea.