Netflix has launched the first puzzle for the final season of his hit crime drama, Money robbery, and it looks like the Spanish-language series isn’t pulling any punches for its final curtain. As dramatic and tense as the series is known to be, the first look at the final adventures of The Professor and his gang of misfit criminals leaves fans with great anticipation for the full trailer, which is expected next week.
In just under thirty seconds, the teaser manages to pack a lot of impact in just thirty seconds, showing Alvaro DeathThe professor bound with chains and looking significantly distraught, presumably upon seeing the anonymous woman holding said chains. The trailer doesn’t give any indication of how the professor ended up in such a crisis, but we can still find out when the full trailer arrives on August 2.
Originally broadcast on the Spanish channel Antena 3, Money robbery tracks two elaborate robberies led by the professor, one at the Royal Mint of Spain and another at the Bank of Spain. Initially intended as a limited series, the series achieved such global success on Netflix that the streaming platform renewed the series, with a significantly higher budget, for two new seasons in April 2018 and for a fifth and final season in July 2020.
The series has won several awards, including Best Dramatic Series at the International Emmy Awards, and even inspired a summer radio hit, after featuring the Italian protest song “Bella Ciao” throughout the series.
Money robbery also stars Ursula Corberó, Itziar Ituño, Pedro Alonso, Y Miguel Herran. The series is created and produced by Alex Pina, next to Jesus Colmenar, Nacho manubens, Esther Martinez Lobato, Y Sonia Martinez.
The fifth and final season of Money robbery It will be released in two five-episode volumes on September 3 and December 3, respectively, and fans can stream the first four seasons on Netflix now. Check out the new teaser below before the full trailer on August 2:
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