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Why Money Heist has ended – and the chances of a season 6

Money Heist spoilers follow. Even before Money Heist (La Casa de Papel) ended with part two of its fifth and final season, fans had already experienced another kind of loss with the death of a key character in season 5A. It's not like we should have been too surprised, though. Creator Álex Pina warned us a while back that the war would reach "its most extreme and savage levels" towards the end (via Deadline), and boy, he was not kidding.
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Money Heist Recap: I’ll Never Be Your Friend

It’s been a minute since Money Heist reminded us that the genesis for the Bank of Spain heist was not just Palermo’s fertile mind but also his hope of impressing Berlin, object of his unrequited love. This episode’s flashback takes us back to the night that, after Berlin gave his brother the broad strokes, Palermo really got into the weeds to answer all The Professor’s questions about the physics of moving gold grit through 100-year-old pipes and whether a plan in which a stormwater tank is a crucial staging ground is too risky in the event of rain.* Obviously, we know that Palermo was convincing since … you know, we’re knee-deep in the heist. Still, the point of the flashbacks is to show us how passionate Palermo was about his scheme in those long-ago days and the giddy delight he and Berlin took in teasing out and solving for all the possible contingencies.
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One Good Thing: Money Heist, a joyful TV series about fighting the system

Rarely has a TV show inspired such widespread, global rebellion as Casa de Papel. Set in Madrid, the now-five-part series tells the story of a group of robbers who steal from Spain’s Royal Mint and, later, the Bank of Spain, taking hostages along the way. The whole thing is conceived and led by “El Profesor,” the almost improbably smart and well-organized fatherly figure who hatches and directs the greatest robbery Spain has ever seen. Twice.
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Money Heist Season 5B Premiere Recap: The Professor Regains His Wits

Grief is a very personal emotion, and that’s what Money Heist fans had to realize when Season 5B roared back into our lives Friday on Netflix. The premiere opened with the Bella Ciao bandits mourning the loss of Tokyo, who valiantly died taking out a handful of Spanish Army soldiers and that murderous monster Gandia. Sagasta lied and said Tokyo killed the lady soldier as well when she pulled those grenade pins, but that wounded woman is  somewhere in hiding, waiting to pounce. That said, no one took Tokyo’s death harder than the Professor, who had a complete meltdown in the...

Money Heist ends with the Professor's biggest gamble to date

Warning: This article contains spoilers about the series finale of Money Heist. The Professor's (Álvaro Morte) biggest gamble yet paid off in the end. In a daring last move by the heist crew's mastermind, the final hour of Money Heist begins with the Professor entering the bank where his team was in police custody. His plan is to put pressure on the Spanish government by revealing to the world how the crew took the gold, something that could drastically hurt Spain's economy. The problem? Rafael (Patrick Criado), the Professor's nephew, has stolen the gold, a secret that would surely get them all killed.

Watch Becky G’s Music Video for Her ‘Money Heist’-Themed ‘Bella Ciao’ Cover – Global Bulletin

MUSIC VIDEO After a cameo at Wednesday night’s “La Casa de Papel: El Legado” global fan event streamed from Madrid, Becky G has dropped the full-length video of her reggaeton cover of “Bella Ciao,” an Italian anti-fascist protest song co-opted by the “Money Heist” gang as a resistance anthem of their own. “I have always loved ‘La Casa de Papel’ (Money Heist) and the way this show connected with millions of people across the world,” said the singer in a statement released with the video. “‘Bella Ciao’ is an iconic song and marks an important moment in the series, so being asked...

What to Watch this Weekend: Money Heist is back for one last job with final episodes

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'La Casa De Papel (Money Heist)' Makeup Collection Released by NYX

Ahead of the final installment of Netflix's Money Heist, makeup company NYX has launched a Money Heist-themed collection of products. The collection contains two eyeshadow palettes, two highlighters, an ink eyeliner, five eyeliner pencils, two lipsticks, as well as a Dalí mask handheld mirror and a gold bar highlighter brush. NYX is also offering a Money Heist Vault kit which includes both eyeshadow palettes, one lipstick, the ink eyeliner, and one highlighter.

15 films and series streaming in December: from 'Money Heist' to 'Emily in Paris'

A new month brings with it a new crop of films and series to streaming services, and the year looks set to finish on a high. From the long-awaited second instalment of season five of 'Money Heist', to Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence-starring blockbuster Don't Look Up, here are some of the shows and films to look out for this month ...

‘Money Heist’ Writers Explain Why They Regretted Killing Off Berlin

In the Netflix drama series Money Heist (La Casa de Papel), Berlin, also known as Andrés de Fonollosan, is the second-in-command of the Royal Mint of Spain heist. Although his morals are questionable, Berlin is one of the most popular characters in the show. So, when he died in the series, fans were left in shock. But, the Money Heist writers once shared they regretted killing off his character. Here is why the writers initially didn’t want to remove Berlin from the show.