The Stakes Are High In Trailer For Netflix’s Money Heist Part 4

With so many shows on a variety of streaming services, it’s easy sometimes to look over some series. Especially if such series originated in an international market. Such was the case for me and Money Heist or how it’s known in Spanish as La Casa De Papel. It was recommended by some co-workers and after checking out the first episode I was immediately hooked. The base story follows a criminal mastermind called “El Professor” that has a plan to pull off the biggest bank heist in history. Him and a band of misfits will accomplish this by printing their own unmarked bills in the Royal Mint of Spain. The group of thieves take hostages and buckle down in a game of chess between them and the authorities.

With Netflix calling their seasons “parts”, I will say that part four of Money Heist is set to debut on their streaming service on April 3rd, 2020. Earlier this week a trailer dropped for part four. We have attached that trailer at the top of the piece for your enjoyment. But fair warning, if you haven’t seen any of the series and are looking to watch it, I would suggest skipping it for now.

As you can see by the trailer, the stakes have never been higher for the band of thieves who have decided to come together for the sake of one of their own that had been caught. It will be interesting to see if this will wrap up the series all together or if they have plans to go for a fifth part. I had thought that after the second part that was released a few years ago that was going to be the end, but I was wrong.

The first two seasons of Money Heist originated on Antenna 3 in Spain before becoming a full Netflix Original for the third and fourth season. Once on the streaming service it became an instant success. According to a report by Deadline, over 34 million watched the series around the world. In certain meetings it has been called a key driver in international growth.

But don’t worry if Money Heist wraps up with the fourth part. Creator and showrunner for Money Heist, Alex Pina, has signed an exclusive deal with Netflix. So we will be sure to see his talent on other upcoming series on the streaming service.

Like I said, Money Heist is one of my favorite series on Netflix, so I am very excited to see how the band of thieves deal with the hole they have dug themselves in. Especially now that it seems that there is someone who will be taking them on from the inside. Have you seen Money Heist? If so what are your thoughts? Let us know in the comment section below!

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Netflix’s Money Heist part 4 drops on April 3rd, 2020.

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