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Review: 'Money Heist' Season 5 On Netflix: Is It A Return To Riches?

“Money Heist” (aka “La Casa de Papel”) is back after what has felt like an exceedingly long break. When it left off, the series was in the midst of lots of action as yet another “season” or “part” came to a close. Once again, it is the same heist, different season. Now to some good news. Season 5 (…

Does 'The Vault' Lock Up A 'Money Heist' Worthy Movie On Netflix?

What happens when “Norman Bates” (“Bates Motel”) and “Ser Davos” (“Game of Thrones”) team up to pull off a heist on the level of a certain Netflix series? You get “The Vault,” a movie featuring a familiar premise that somehow manages to repackage it in a fresh, exciting way. New to Netflix, “The Va…

'Money Heist' Ending With Season 5: Why Tokyo Needs To Go Early

At long last, “Money Heist” (“La Casa de Papel”) has gotten renewed for Season 5 with one major caveat. It will be the series’ last. If there is justice, it will not take spend many of its final episodes with Tokyo. It is the main way to bolster what remains of a compelling drama that has mostly sa…

TV Review: 'Money Heist' Season 4 Struggles To Strike It Rich

“Money Heist” (“La Casa De Papal”) recently returned for Season 4 (Part 4) on Netflix, and the result is somewhere between addictive and bewildering. There is no doubt it, an eight-episode season serves the series well. It has a nice flow and clip to it. Unlike the first two installments, “Money H…

Best TV Of 2019: 'Yellowstone,' 'Money Heist,' 'You' And More

The power of TV kept burning bright in 2019 with the follow-up installments of “Yellowstone,” “Money Heist,” and “You.” They were not alone as “Game of Thrones” returned for its final bow. In a year that witnessed television continue to soar, new shows readied to take the lead. Thus, continuing a …

Is Netflix's 'Money Heist' Planning A Massive Season 4 Twist?

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Is there a massive twist coming to “Money Heist” (“La casa de Papel”) when it returns for Season 4 (Part 4)? I think there might be, and the ending of its previous installment set the stage for it. What if everyone is not who viewers think they are? It is a big question to consider while waiting for the Season 4 premiere.

'Money Heist' Season 3 (Part 3) Ending: Is There A Cliffhanger?

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Is the ending of “Money Heist” (“La casa de Papel”) Season 3 (Part 3) a cliffhanger? It is arguably the question you most want to know before you decide to start (or continue) binge-watching the crime thriller on Netflix. There is nothing worse than having to wait out an edge-of-your-seat plot twist.

Review: 'Money Heist' Season 3 (Part 3) Thrillingly Ups The Ante

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“Money Heist” (“La Casa de Papel”) manages to steal all the attention it demands during its enrapturing third outing. Season 3 (Part 3 on Netflix) takes everything the series established during its debut effort (its characters, tension, and mythos), and escalates it, tenfold.

'Money Heist': Why Season 2's Ending Almost Made Me Stop There

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“Money Heist” (“La Casa de Papel”) Season 2 (aka Part 2 on Netflix) concludes with a brazen finale that builds for 22 episodes. Typically, the notion of immediately continuing to the next season is an easy one to make. Not in the case of the hit series. Why? Let me explain.

Spoiler-Free Review: Netflix's 'Money Heist' Season 1 And Season 2

Do not worry, I am not about to spoil a thing about “Money Heist” (“La Casa de Papel”) Season 1 or Season 2. Giving you a general idea and handle of what to expect? You got it. “Money Heist” is a gripping heist series that does what few of its kind ever has.
For over 20 episodes in the Netflix for…