Money Heist has been a way of attraction for fans for five years. The robbery-based action thriller’s adventure, however, is drawing to a close with the fifth and final season. Following the release of the season’s first volume, the season’s second volume is scheduled to be released. Fans were waiting with bated breath to see how the series would conclude and whether the franchise had been revived. The series has been premiere on Netflix on Friday. Here’s (www.tvacute.com) everything you need to know about Season 5 – vol 2 of Money Heist, including an episode guide, release date, and cast.
Money Heist (2021) Episode Guide
There are ten episodes in all in the fifth and final season. La casa de Papel aka Money Heist Season 5 Volume 2 will consist of five episodes. The Money Heist Season 5 Volume 2 episode available on Netflix
Money Heist Season 5 Episode 6: Válvulas de Escape (Escape Valve)
Synopsis: Sierra takes advantage of the Professor’s grief and gains the upper hand. Meanwhile, the team deals with the emotional fallout of their dead friend.
Money Heist Season 5 Episode 7: Ciencia Ilusionada (Wishful Thinking)
Synopsis: Tamayo mounts a manhunt in his neighborhood as his foes hide. In the past, Berlin and Palermo explain how they plan on getting the gold out of the bank.
Money Heist Season 5 Episode 8: La teoría de La elegancia (The Theory of Elegance)
Synopsis: Tamayo hunts for the gold as the team races against the clock. Mónica worries she’s having a psychotic break. Years earlier, Berlin is deceived.
Money Heist Season 5 Episode 9: Lo Que Se Habla En La Cama (Pillow Talk)
Synopsis: The Professor is left reeling after his tactics are used against him, and when it seems like all hope is lost, he makes a bold decision.
Money Heist Season 5 Episode 10: Una Tradición Familiar (A Family Tradition)
Synopsis: With multiple lives on the line and Spain’s economy at stake, the Professor and Tamayo engage in one final showdown.
Money Heist Season 5 Vol 2 Cast
Úrsula Corberó as Tokyo
Álvaro Morte as The Professor
Itziar Ituño as Lisbon
Miguel Herrán as Rio
Jaime Lorente as Denver
Esther Acebo as Stockholm
Hovik Keuchkerian as Bogota
Rodrigo de la Serna as Palermo
Najwa Nimri as Alicia Sierra
Belén Cuesta as Manila
Enrique Arce as Arturo
Darko Peric as Helsinki
Luka Peros as Marseille
Fernando Cayo as Coronel Tamayo
and José Manuel Poga as Gandía