Netflix announced over the weekend that Money Heist Season 5 (or Technical Part 5) will be the last season of the Spanish series, as it confirms the return of the show. ÁlexPina, the creator of MoneyHeist, revealed that he has started working on Season 5. Netflix also announced two new actors for the 5th season of “Money Robbery”, namely MiguelÁngel Silvestre (Sky Rojo, Sense8) and Patrick Criado (Spanish Family Hotels, Vivir sin permiso), the nominee of the Goya Award, equivalent to the Oscar in Spain. Production of the 5th season of Money Heist will begin on Monday, August 3.
Pina said in a prepared statement: “We spent almost a year thinking about how to split the band.” “How to tie the professor (Álvaro Morte) to the rope. How to enter the irreversible situation of many roles.” The result is the fifth part La Casa de Papel [‘The House of Paper’, as Money Heist is known in Spanish]. The war has reached the most extreme and cruel degree, but it is also the most epic and most exciting season. “
In addition to Morte as a professor, the repeat actors of Money Heist Season 5 include Úrsula Coberó as Tokyo, Itziar Ituño as Lisbon, Pedro Alonso as Berlin, Miguel Herrán as Rio, Jaime Lorente as Denver, Esther Acebo as Stockholm, Enrique Arce as Arturo and Darko Peric as In Helsinki, Hovik Keuchkerian is Bogotá, Luka Peros is Marseille, Belén Cuesta is Manila, Fernando Cayo is Coronel Tamayo, Rodrígo de la Serna is Palermo, Najwa Nimri is Inspector Sierra and José Manuel Poga is Gandía.
Behind the scenes, Pina serves as the host of the show, executive producer, Jesús Colmenar and Cristina López Ferraz and production director. Javier Gómez Santander continues to serve as the lead writer for the fifth season of “Money Robbery,” and Migue Amodeo as the director of photography. Santander, Amodeo and Esther Martínez-Lobato will also be co-produced. Money Heist is a work of Vancouver Media created by Pina. Jesús Colmenar, Koldo Serra and Álex Rodrigo will serve as directors.
The fifth season of “Money Robbery” will be filmed in Spain, Denmark and Portugal. Netflix said that there is no news on the release date, but the fifth and final seasons will include 10 episodes, which is longer than any single part.
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