Money Heist’s Lisbon star confirms Netflix’s season 5 and hints how epic bank robbery will end – The Sun

NETFLIX'S hit Money Heist will be coming back for season five and may even see the end of the tense bank siege.

Known in its native Spanish as La Casa De Papel, the show about an elaborate bank robbery has become a global phenomenon.

The streaming giant had kept the fate of the Spanish series under wraps until it released a short video showing actors prepping to return to work.

But in even more exciting news, actor Itziar Ituño who plays Lisbon let slip that viewers might even get to see how the long-running bank robbery ends in the upcoming season.

She said: "Well, it's like knowing how to finish the story," and then tied her her back in the character's iconic bun.

Alvaro Morte who plays El Profesor in Money Heist confirmed they were getting back to filming.

He said in the video entitled 'Volvemos' [we come back]: "What excited me most about coming back to filming is reuniting with everyone."

Series director Koldo Serra even held up some of the storyboards he's been working on during lockdown ahead of getting back to set for series five.

He said: "I am very good here drawing plans and preparing everything, but what I need is action."

Next the video cuts to actress Najwa Nimri ,who plays police inspector Alicia Sierra, shooting a prop handgun and then using a play on words to describe how she's feeling about getting back to set.

She said: "I'm excited to know that I'll soon start shooting."

The most recent season showed the crew getting once step closer to pulling off their heist.

Along with confirming season five was happening, fans are also excited that one of their favourite characters might come back from the dead.

Pedro Alonso, who plays the role of Andrés de Fonollosa AKA Berlin – who died in season two – has admitted he could come back as fans speculate what will happen in season five.



Despite the season two finale, Berlin did reappear in the third and fourth instalments of the Spanish show – but in a variety of flashback scenes, and now fans are keen for more.

Addressing viewer's theories, the 48-year-old actor said: "After Berlin died, it was funny how it was impossible for a lot of people to believe he actually died.

"Some still insisted that he was going to come back to life, somehow."

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