When is ‘Money Heist’ coming back to Netflix for season 4?
Let the heist resume. Netflix’s Money Heist has officially gotten a spring release date for part four. The hit Spanish series is coming back to Netflix on April 3rd to finish what it started in July.
Money Heist, also known as La Casa De Papel, is the most-watched foreign-language series on Netflix, so it’s no surprise the cliffhanger is getting resolved. The Professor (Alvaro Morte) and the rest of his associates are in the middle of the biggest heist in history on the Bank of Spain, and it’s all gone downhill.
Originating as a show on Spain’s Antena 3, Netflix took over complete distribution in 2019 with part three. Since then, the show has only grown bigger. In October, Netflix dropped some numbers on their top shows, and it was revealed the only shows bigger than Money Heist were Stranger Things and The Umbrella Academy.
What took so long?
Part three was officially the first portion of Money Heist to entirely be produced by Netflix, so that means Netflix production standards. Parts one and two were just being put on Netflix for international distribution after airing in Spain. Considering part three debuted in July 2019, April 2020 is less than a year of waiting for a finale to part three.
Remind me, where did we leave off?
In case you need a refresher on part three, the gang is in the middle of a new heist, taking on the Bank of Spain. Tokyo (Ursula Corbero), Nairobi (Alba Fores), Denver (Jaime Lorente), Helsinki (Darko Perlc), and The Professor are all still going, with the additions of The Engineer (Rodrigo de la Serna), Bogota (Hovik Keuchkerian), Stockholm (Esther Acebo), Marseille (Luka Peros), and Lisbon (Itziar Ituno) to the team.
Before Berlin died, he planned out a heist on the Bank of Spain and left the plans with his brother The Professor. When Rio gets picked up by Europol, The Professor gets the gang back together to pull off the heist to get Europol to hand over Rio. But when the hand-off occurs, Nairobi gets gravely injured, and Lisbon ends up in police custody.
The Professor is tricked into believing Lisbon was killed by police, so he declares DEFCON 2 on the police. Tokyo and Rio shoot a rocket launcher at the police on orders from Palermo, and blow up a police truck. However, Lisbon is actually alive, and The Professor fell for the police’s trap, declaring war against the police and going against his own policy of no blood.
Where do we go from here?
Well, it depends on what end of the Internet you get your Money Heist theories from. The hottest theory is that Tatiana (Diana Gomez) is actually Alicia (Najwa Nimri). We’re not going back into the specifics on this one, as it feels like grasping straws, and we already wrote about it once.
There’s plenty of other hot theories going on about the show, but the most likely for Money Heist part four is a revolution started by The Professor. Basically, since The Professor declared war on police, he decides to try and cover himself by starting a revolution against the government. The whole point of the heists is to take money from the powerful and weaken them, the perfect basis for a revolution.
All of part four of Money Heist drops on Netflix on April 3rd, 2020.