‘Money Heist’ Season 5 Volume 2 says goodbye to the fans with full of emotions

The second part of the fifth and final season of La Casa de Papel ‘Money Heist’ Season 5 Volume 2 arrives this Friday, December 3, on Netflix. Before the premiere, SAPO Mag was at the presentation press conference with the cast and creators of the Spanish series.

La Casa de Papel ‘Money Heist’ Season 5 Volume 2
La Casa de Papel ‘Money Heist’ Season 5 Volume 2

Netflix’s Popular Spanish Series “La Casa de Papel” ‘Money Heist’ Season 5 Volume 2 says goodbye to the fans with full of emotions

After four years of wild plans, twists and lots of emotions, the phenomenon “La Casa de Papel” has come to an end. La Casa de Papel ‘Money Heist’ Season 5 Volume 2 of the Spanish series arrives this Friday (3) on Netflix, presenting to the public the outcome of one of the most successful plots on the streaming platform.

The final five episodes show the conclusion of the Spanish Central Bank robbery. After painful losses, the team of the Professor (Álvaro Morte) plots a new strategy to remove the gold from the place, while following the crosshairs of a bloody group of elite Spanish army.

Emotional Farewell of ‘Money Heist’ Season 5 Volume 2

According to Álex Pina, creator of the series, this is the most emotionally charged season. “We brought a lot of emotional responses about the characters, which help to understand them better. The sequels I like most from the entire series are in these last few episodes,” said the showrunner, during a press conference held virtually.

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About the production of new volumes of the attraction, the producer was categorical in stating that this possibility does not exist. According to him, the script leaves no room for sequels. “Finishing now is a way to give fans what they deserve. We gave our best," said actor Álvaro Morte.

Despite the tragic fate of her character in the first series of episodes this season, Úrsula Corberó will still appear in the series. The actress revealed that she was happy with the fiery Tokyo end of the plot. “I don't know if I should say this, but I wanted it to happen that way. We talked a lot about it. I think it's very poetic when she talks about having lived several lives,” she said.

From fiasco to success

La Casa de Papel “Money Heist” followed an unlikely path. When it debuted, in 2017, on the Spanish network TV Antena 3, its ratings were not the most encouraging and it ended up cancelling. Even so, Netflix decided to bet on the production, buying its rights and turning the initial episodes into two seasons. Before long, the attraction became one of the most watched around the world.

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It's over, but it goes on

Although La Casa de Papel ‘Money Heist’ Season 5 Volume 2 are out of the question for now, fans of the series will not be orphans. That's because, in the wake of the farewell, Netflix took the opportunity to announce some news. One is from the spin-off “Berlin”, focused on the thief played by Pedro Alonso, for 2023. The other is the premiere, still in 2022, of a Korean version of the series, with the presence of Park Hae-soo, star of “Round 6” in the cast.