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Titillating-Twenty-Tweets You Should Read Before Watching Any Season Of Money Heist

If someone has never heard of the Netflix series Money Heist, the likelihood is that they are going to study it finally. The title translates to La Casa De Papel and many fans ask it thereupon name!

The fourth season of the Spanish-language series premiered last week. Since it was sure to be the foremost successful launch for the show, it really may be a pure rock’n’ roll.

Twitter reactions for La Casa De Papel:

Days after the fourth installment of the series was launched, twitter has collectively lost its shit over the brilliance of this Spanish drama. A number of them say about the ending of the season giving some significant spoilers. While some praise the exciting plot of the series.

 

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What’s precisely in season 4? (spoilers ahead)

Money Heist Part 4 begins in chaos. The Professor thinks that Lisbon (Itziar Ituño) has been executed. Rio (Miguel Herrán) and Tokyo Úrsula Corberó) have blown up a military tank and Nairobi (Alba Flores) is struggling between life and death. The gang goes through its toughest moments, and therefore the rise of an enemy among its ranks will put the heist in grave danger.

As everyone has seen, the first trailer included the caption “let the chaos begin”. The new season is going to be doubling down on Part 3. Where the gang created mass disturbances by dropping money over Madrid. The new season also promises a violent confrontation between the robbers and therefore the police. After The Professor is falsely led to believe the police negotiator has killed his lover, he declares “all-out war” on the police—an all-out war we’ll likely see in Season 4.

There are 13 episodes in season one, nine episodes in season two, and eight episodes in season three. The fourth season also has eight chapters. Most fans recommend watching with subtitles rather than doing the dubbing!

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