Money Heist (Spanish: La Casa de Papel) Part 5 Vol. 2 aired globally on Netflix in December 2021, presenting the final five episodes of the hit series. Now that many fans have seen the conclusion, they wonder if the crime thriller will return for season 6.
On December 3, Netflix broadcast the final episodes of Season 5 of Money Heist, culminating in the incredibly perilous heist at the Bank of Spain. Part 2 of the last season had five episodes with some of the best moments of the series, and now millions of fans are wondering if the Professor and his crew will return for another robbery.
Will there be a Money Heist Season 6?
The answer is sadly 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 in the near future. 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 Premiere Date
Netflix has not yet announced the release date for Season 6 of Berlin or Money Heist. Regardless, we are aware that Berlin will be available on Netflix by 2023. After the fifth season of Money Heist was published, Netflix posted a teaser and release date for the spinoff.
Is Money Heist Season 6 in Working?
Yes! Netflix(Instagram) is planning a Money Heist spinoff. According to Deadline, the setting of the story will be Berlin (Pedro Alonso).
The name “Berlin” is merely functional. We cannot conjecture because nobody knows what the spinoff will be about or who will be involved. There is no doubt that it will be a prequel. We expect to see other Money Heist characters in the new Netflix original series.
Money Heist Season 6 Plot
At the Royal Mint of Spain, a mysterious man known only as “The Professor” gathers a group of eight individuals, each of whom is given their place of birth as a code name, for an audacious scheme to steal €2.6billion.
They want to hold out in the Mint for eleven days to print the money while fending off elite police forces after taking 67 hostages there. The organization is planning a second heist on the Bank of Spain, which will require them to deal with hostages and police once again.
Cast for Money Heist season 6
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).
Is This The End of The Robbery?
After the release of Money Heist Part 5 Vol. 2, there will be no new season of the program, but fans shouldn't fret because the show's creators are developing a Netflix spinoff series about Berlin/Andrés de Fonollosa, who portrays the Professor's brother on the show.
The Money Heist spin-off television series will premiere on Netflix in 2023, starring Park Hae-soo of Squid Game in the lead role. The sitcom is also being remade in Korea, starring Squid Game's Park Hae-soo.
Before we could read the Berlin synopsis, Netflix had to provide further details. Money Heist will likely focus on his life prior to the theft at the Royal Mint of Spain. In the spinoff, Berlin's romantic interest and his marriage to Tatiana may also be explored.
His son Rafael was recently introduced in the series last season. It is anticipated that more of these characters will appear in the upcoming series. Money Heist: Berlin, the spin-off series from Season 6, is anticipated more and more each day, yet Netflix will not release it until 2023.