Since Money Heist (aka. La Casa De Papel) first appeared on our screens in 2017, the series has become one of the most-watched shows in the world and it proudly stands as Netflix’s biggest non-English language series.

Money Heist’s highly anticipated fifth season premiered on Netflix on September 3rd and fans have wasted no time in delving into the new episodes following season 4’s cliffhanger ending.

However, following the release of season 5, a number of fans have been left asking how many episodes Money Heist’s fifth season will have in total.

Money Heist: Part 5 Vol. 1 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Money Heist: Part 5 Vol. 1 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Money Heist season 5: Release date and plot

Part 1 of Money Heist season 5 exploded onto Netflix on September 3rd, 2021.

In season 5, we catch up with the gang who have now been shut inside the Bank of Spain for more than 100 hours following the start of the deadly heist.

With The Professor now captured by rogue police officer Alicia Sierra, matters get even worse when a new enemy emerges, the army, as what began as a robbery threatens to turn into an all-out war.


How many episodes in season 5?

  • Money Heist season 5 will consist of 10 episodes split into two parts.

The first five episodes arrived on September 3rd while the second half of the season will release on December 3rd, 2021.

Ahead of the new season’s release, Netflix unveiled the titles for the first five episodes in season 5.

  • The End of the Road | El final del camino
  • Do You Believe in Reincarnation? | ¿Crees en la reencarnación?
  • Welcome to the Show of Life | El espectáculo de la vida
  • Your Place in Heaven | Tu sitio en el cielo
  • Live Many Lives | Vivir muchas vidas

Sadly for fans of La Casa De Papel, season 5 has been confirmed as Money Heist’s final instalment, meaning that once part 2 releases in December, it will bring an end to the series for good.


Fans react to part 2 release date

Following the cliffhanger conclusion of season 5’s first part, Money Heist fans have been flooding to social media to ask for December to hurry up and arrive.

One fan on Twitter simply wrote: “Can we skip to December quickly?”

While another added: “fast forward to december 3 please 😩😩😩”


While this sad fan said: “CRYING UNTIL DECEMBER 3… #MoneyHeist

And finally, this Twitter fan channelled the Professor in this tweet:

Part 1 of Money Heist season 5 is available to stream now on Netflix after releasing on September 3rd, 2021.

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