Money Heist theories: Season six still possible as fans spot revealing social media clues

Money Heist: Netflix release dramatic teaser for season five

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Creator of the series Álex Pina has so far confirmed the upcoming fifth season of Money Heist will bring the Spanish crime drama to a close. However, many fans still want the story to continue after the series wraps up on Netflix in December.

Two lots of five episodes will bring Money Heist to its epic conclusion, starting with volume one releasing in September.

Season five will pick up where last year’s exhilarating finale left off, with the robbers still trapped within the walls of the Bank of Spain.

The team are preparing to go to war after the sudden death of Nairobi (played by Alba Flores), promising an action-packed conclusion.

Meanwhile, the criminal mastermind known as the Professor (Álvaro Morte) finally came face-to-face with the disgraced police inspector, Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri).

La Casa De Papel’s fifth season already has all the makings of a stunning conclusion to Netflix’s Spanish hit.

However, as the wait for the first five episodes continues, some fans remain convinced the series’ cancellation still hasn’t been set in stone.

One eagle-eyed viewer recently took to Reddit after spotting some intriguing clues which seem to suggest another season is still possible.

User mrIndianknight12 posted: “The Instagram post where all of the actors and creators announced the fifth season of LCDP.”

“If you read the caption carefully you will notice [it reads] ‘the heist comes to an end’ not the series or show comes to an end.”

The somewhat misleading tagline to the upcoming fifth season has only confirmed the robber’s heist in the Bank of Spain will end, not the whole series.

While most fans have interpreted the teaser to mean the show will indeed finish with season five, this viewer wasn’t buying it.

They continued: “When other shows and series ended (eg. Lucifer), they posted several pictures and also showed date marks of when they started shooting and when they ended.”

Although the show’s social media accounts have recently ramped up its promotional material for the new season, this fan thinks they’ve been following a slightly different format to its fellow Netflix series.

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Unfortunately, it’s widely believed several main characters, such as Denver (Jaime Lorente), (Rodrigo de la Serna) and even the Professor himself could be killed off at some point in the new season.

Even so, there’s still a possibility the remaining cast, which will most likely include Úrsula Corberó’s protagonist/narrator Tokyo, could join forces with a new roster of criminals in a follow-up season.

Despite the convincing clues, other viewers remain skeptical of the theory that Álex Pina and the cast are secretly working on another Money Heist.

“As of now the writers and producers have confirmed that the show is ending,” one user commented.

Although they did concede: “But who knows what the future holds, isn’t it?”

While another conflicted fan wrote: “I’m kinda torn about it. I hate to see LCDP end, but I don’t want it to outlive its greatness.”

Others have even suggested a spin-off series, which could follow an entirely new cast of characters but follow a similar format.

Whether or not Money Heist will indeed continue on after the Bank of Spain, fans are still in for a treat when the series finally returns after over a year this September.

Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1 will be released on Friday, September 3 on Netflix. Volume 2 is coming Friday, December 3.

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