Money Heist’s (La Casa De Papel) journey on Netflix comes to an end this Friday with the arrival of Part 5 Volume 2 (or sometimes referred to as season 6, season 5 part 2, or just simply as the final season – however you want to call it). We’ve witnessed five incredible seasons of Money Heist, and below we’ll be discussing everything we can expect from the final season, keeping track of trailers, clips and now, episode titles.
This Spanish show has become one of the most controversial shows in the last five years. It transcends the barrier of language and entertains tens to millions of non-Spanish speaking viewers from all over the globe. We are still waiting for part 5's viewing statistics, but we know part 4 made Money Heist the most watched non-English title of all time with over 65,000,000 households tuning in within one month.
This series led to an enormous increase in Spanish content demand worldwide, including many upcoming Spanish-based projects. Bluper says that there is a shortage of equipment for filming in Spain due to the increased demand.
It’s been a long road of twists and turns, but we can’t wait to see what the final part of Money Heist has in store for us.
Netflix will release the final installment of Money Heist on Friday, December 3, 2021.
If you’re looking to stay up or get up early, here’s the release schedule for Netflix globally:
|Time Zone||Time available to stream|
|Pacific Standard Time||12:00 AM (GMT-7)|
|Mountain Standard Time||01:00 AM (GMT-6)|
|Central Standard Time||02:00 AM (GMT-5)|
|Eastern Daylight Time||03:00 AM (GMT-4)|
|Brasilia Standard Time||04:00 AM (GMT-3)|
|British Summer Time||08:00 AM (GMT +1)|
|Central European Summer Time||09:00 AM (GMT+2)|
|Eastern European Summer Time||10:00 AM (GMT+3)|
|India Standard Time||13:30 PM (GMT+5:30)|
|Philippine Time (PHT)||15:00 (GMT+8:00)|
|Japan Standard Time||16:00 PM (GMT+9)|
|Australian Eastern Time||18:00 PM (GMT+10)|
|New Zealand Standard Time||19:00 PM (GMT+11)|
We were treated to the first glimpse of the last part Money Heist at the Netflix TUDUM Event. The Professor is mysteriously absent from communications and the building remains surrounded by police, so the Heist Crew debates how they can escape and what to do about all their gold.
On October 13, 2021, we received our first tease of the final season. It was only 42 seconds long.
One month prior to the release of the final season on Netflix, the trailer (also known as the official trailer) arrived on November 3, 2021.
The teaser text was included with it:
“The world’s greatest heist comes to an end. Last season of Money Heist launching December 3rd, only on Netflix.”
The official Twitter accounts of La Casa De Papel revealed episode titles in Spanish on November 25, 2015. Here are some theories about episode titles.
These titles are direct translations of the Spanish-named episodes.
The final installment of Money Heist has a lot to offer. There are spoilers in the following, so you should be aware!
Alicia, just like the rest of the heist crew, is one of the most sought-after women in Spain, Europe and arguably the entire world. After confronting Benjamin and Marseille, Alicia became pregnant. Alicia took a couple of bathroom players and concealed them in her sleeve. That was the last time we saw of her. This means Alicia isn’t fully on the side of the Professor yet, and there’s still a great chance she could be the catalyst to the heist’s downfall, or at the very least the Professor’s end.
It is not difficult to see why Alicia would leave the Professor. She doesn't want to live a life of crime and terror while raising her child. Giving the Professor up to the police may earn her a place back in Colonel Tamayo’s good graces.
Crew members were devastated by the loss of Nairobi, while Tokyo's death will have the same effect on their mental health. With no more hostages, the only thing keeping Tamayo from sending the full force of the police and army is the Gold that’s being held hostage and the fact that the Professor has a damning recording of the Colonel.
Naturally, we expect to see one or two of the heist crew to perish, but we also expect to see some survivors, even if it doesn’t mean the gold is stolen. Given that the entire heist was started to retrieve Rio from the hands of the police, he’s one of the few that we’d expect to escape.
How on earth the crew will escape is anyone’s guess at this rate.
Season 5's Money Heist featured Rafael, a cyber security genius from Berlin. Rafael, despite his disapproval and reluctance to steal eventually discovered how to love the thrill of it and wanted to be a part of the family's business. These events occurred before the Spanish Mint heist, so Rafael is not yet included in the Heist.
Rafael could be exiled from his family. We assume that Rafael and Tatiana fled together. This would leave Berlin heartbroken but likely impressed.
Rafael, currently the wildcard is helping the crew and Professor to find an escape route.
Money Heist has seen many twists, turns and turns. However, no one is able to survive without four grenades. Tokyo’s sacrifice has given the crew more time, as she was able to kill Gandía, Sagasta, and the majority of the Special Force personnel.
According to some fan theories, Tokyo will return in the last season. We expect her to appear at the very least in one flashback.
Marca said that all the cast members will return to the filming of the second and first volumes together.
That means we’ll see:
There are also many more theories to explore that we can’t include here which are well worth reading. Fuera de Series has compiled their top seven theories for the finale season.
Five episodes will be released as the final installment of Money Heist. They are all expected to run around 50 minutes each.
There will be 41 episodes of Money Heist, with the last part dropping.
In addition, we’re also expecting episode 2 of the retrospective behind-the-scenes documentary called Money Heist: From Tokyo to Berlin.
Professor in Money Heist part 5 volume 2
All good things must come to an end, but that doesn’t stop fans from being disappointed that one of their favorite shows is almost over.
Alex Pina (the creator of Money Heist) has spoken out about the ending of the series in several interviews. It is largely to credit that he has moved on to other projects like Sky Rojo.
The good news is that numerous spin-offs have been teased which we’ll dive into in a separate article.
The demand for the cast is another reason the series has ended. Money Heist has a stellar cast, and each season only increases its popularity. It’s extremely difficult to continue producing shows with a star-studded cast when they are in such high demand.
We will be watching at least one spinoff, which is the good news. We know very little about the Money Heist Korean spinoff, which will begin filming in 2021.
You may also be eligible to participate in the Money Heist pop-up live events if your city is large.