- Season 3 of La Casa de Papel (a.k.a Money Heist) premiered on July 19.
- The eight episodes are currently available to stream—and a season four has reportedly been confirmed.
- During a press conference in June, the show's creator Álex Pina hinted there was still more for viewers to see after the end of season 3.
It's (quasi) official: There's more of Netflix's La Casa de Papel a.k.a Money Heist coming.
The show—which, according to Forbes, was the most popular foreign language TV series on the streaming platform in 2018—will reportedly be back for a season 4.
Netflix hasn't made an announcement just yet, but Álex Pina, the show's creator did say the story of thieves Álvaro Morte (The Professor/Salvador "Salva" Martin), Úrsula Corberó (Tokio), Jaime Lorente Lopez (Denver), Alba Flores (Nairobi), Darko Peric (Helsinki), Itziar Ituño (Raquel/Lisbon), and Esther Acebo (Monica/Stockholm), Hovik Keuchkerian (Bogotá), Rodrigo de la Serna (Palermo), Luka Peros (Marsella), and negotiator Najwa Nimri (Alicia Sierra) isn't over.
"They're a group of people who still have a lot to say. It took us quite a long time to decide. We wanted to respect our work," he said according to elPeriódico during a June press conference. "The success of the series around the world has been so crazy."
Okay, so how did season three end?
If you haven't finished season three yet, there are SPOILERS ahead. If you have, however and need a refresh, you'll recall that viewers got to see The Professor and Lisbon work as a team to guide the thieves through robbing the Bank of Spain. Their goal? To get into the vault and not only melt down the gold that's stored there but also enter a secret compartment inside the vault that stores all of the Spanish government's secrets.
As soon as Denver walked out of the bank with the red boxes, the negotiators knew they would have to give into the demands of the robbers, which was to give Rio back safely. The Professor got what he wanted but it came at a cost. Nairobi was shot and killed by the police after Alicia tricked her into standing by a window to see her son for the first time since he was taken away from her years ago.
And the ultimate blow? The Professor broke his one rule about not killing anyone by having Rio and Tokio launch a rocket-propelled grenade at an army tanker that was about to enter the bank. Alicia made The Professor believe Lisbon was executed by the police as a trap and it worked. She was actually taken into police custody, so it's safe to assume she might face the same torture that Rio did. The last words viewers hear are "And, this is war." Based on that, it's very obvious that there's still a lot to explore next season.
What's the release date of La Casa de Papel (Money Heist) season 4?
There is no word yet on when season four of La Casa de Papel (Money Heist) will return, but like many fans, we are hoping it's soon.
Season one first aired on May 9, 2017, while season two hit the platform on October 16, 2017. But then it took almost two years for season three to return to Netflix on July 19, 2019. If the way the first two seasons came out is any indication of when the next part will be released, maybe viewers can expect it soon rather than later.
Who's in La Casa de Papel (Money Heist) season four?
Considering that Pina hinted filming had already started during a June press conference, according to elPeriódico, it's safe to say that Morte, Corberó, Lopez, Peric, Ituño, Acebo, Keuchkerian, de la Serna, Herrán, Peros, and Nimri will be returning to season four of La Casa de Papel ( Money Heist).
What will La Casa de Papel (Money Heist) season four be about?
Needless to say, things have taken an unexpected turn for The Professor, Lisbon, and the thieves. When everything seemingly goes wrong, The Professor always has a backup plan but this time around, he is the one who has officially lost and it's all because he broke his other top rule: no personal relationships. Before Lisbon was captured, he professed to her that she was the first and only person he has ever been in love with.
In season four, viewers will probably get to see just how far he's willing to go to rescue Lisbon. The lives of the thieves have also been rocked since Nairobi was killed, Rio broke up with Tokio, and they've had to put the Alcatraz plan into effect. What the latter means, we will have to wait and find out.
Is there a trailer yet?
Well, no, but you can stream the third season to get a possible feel.
Where can I watch La Casa de Papel (Money Heist)?
Seasons one, two, and three are currently available to stream on Netflix. The company offers a free one-month trial before charging $9 to $16 a month, depending on the streaming quality you prefer. So if you haven't started yet—happy bingeing.
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