The countless twists and turns on the Spanish crime Netflix series Money Heist (La Casa de Papel) for five seasons has piqued audiences, and the television show has grown to become one of the most successful Spanish-language series on the streaming platform. As most fans know, the most-successful Spanish-language series will be coming to an end with the conclusion of the second half of Season 5.
Fans of the drama series may ask why the program won't return for another season, especially since it's been so successful. Unfortunately, we're here to lay it all out for everyone who tunes in to the show on why there will be no Season 6.
Here's why 'Money Heist' is coming to an end, and it won't be back for Season 6.
Originally, Money Heist was not a Netflix series. When it premiered on Spanish TV, the ratings for La Casa de Papel were terrible. In December 2017, the television show was recut into 22 episodes and broadcast on Netflix; then, a few months later, Part 2 was released. Despite the success of Money Heist, Netflix requested that the creator lex Pina figure out how to continue the program.
The team decided that, even if Money Heist was a total success, Season 5 would be the last, so the show wasn't canceled by Netflix but it's still coming to rest creatively. Volume 1 of La Casa de Papel Season 5 premiered on Netflix on September 3, and the second half will premiere on December 3.
According to Alex, "I believe that the fifth season is the most brutal from any other we have done." "It's difficult for us to finish it like this but it's rewarding that the series is getting proper closure with its finest season thus far," he added in an interview with Esquire Middle East, "I believe that the fifth season is the most brutal from any other we've done." "It's difficult for us to finish it like this but it's important that the series is getting proper closure with its
He told the newspaper that the team had to alter the original ending because it wasn't working. But in the fifth part, what happened is, "Usually, what we're aware of is the end," and that we had to radically alter the last chapter. We changed everything we had in mind about how the robbery ended because it was not working for us. It took 33 versions to do it." Wow! That's a lot of re-writes.
Before we have to pay farewell to Money Heist, it will be fascinating to see how it all unfolds.
Money Heist is now available for streaming on Netflix, with the release of Volume 2 of Season 5 coming out on December 3, 2021.