Money Heist Season 4: Meeting the expectation of the viewers?

Money Heist Season 4 is reportedly already filming after the success of part three of the Spanish crime thriller. The next series of the drama (originally called La Casa De Papel) will pick with the gang as they make the attempt to escape from the Bank of Spain. But how will they do it?


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Money Heist Season 4 is eagerly anticipated by the fans of the hit Spanish crime drama thriller on Netflix. after the cliffhanger ending of season 3, the question still remains the same, how will the gang of thieves escape the bank? However, Netflix has yet to officially confirm the series will be returning.

Money Heist season three was aired on Netflix on July 19 with a brand new trip for the bank criminals. The arrangement saw the group rejoined together by El Professor (played by Álvaro Morte) to spare Rio (Miguel Herrán) when he was caught by the experts. The masterplan required the group to join to take 90 tons of strong gold from the Bank of Spain in Madrid.

To conclude, the show finished with an incredibly sensational cliffhanger as the group was left stuck in the bank and the destiny of Nairobi (Alba Flores) was left in a critical position.

Regarding what fans could anticipate from the upcoming season four, the scriptwriter, Almudena Ramírez-Pantanella stayed quite tight-lipped about what could come next for the Money Heist posse. Pantanella stated that she is apprehensive that she can’t tell much. What she can say is that it will be considerably more energizing than this third season.

The author joined the show in arrangement three after one for the previous scriptwriters read her first play and proposed her as an essayist. At present, the cultivated author has quite recently completed a residency at the Royal Court Theater and is taking a shot at her most recent stage play called Coup de Grâce, which is a reflection on industrialist society.