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Revolving around a criminal mastermind named 'The Professor', the award-winning Spanish crime series sees an array of skilled criminals attempt to pull off the biggest heist ever recorded in human history.
The show, also known as La Casa de Papel, saw the first half of its final season conclude with a jaw-dropping twist - and it's one that no one was expecting.
In a completely unexpected turn of events, the fifth season sees the fate change of one of the characters, Tokyo, a criminal on the run from the police when the Professor picks her for the initial heist.
Serving as the show's official narrator, fans of the series will have been entertained with her wit and unpredictability, but could it be the last swan song for the codenamed protagonist?
The mid-season finale of season five will forever be remembered by fans of the show for one key reason - the shocking and emotional death of Tokyo.
In the Bank of Spain, the group decide to split up, with Tokyo, Manila and Denver left to their own devices.
While trying to keep the military at bay, Tokyo fearlessly decides to pull a near impossible stunt but, unfortunately, it does not go to plan.
After realising that her moments were numbered, Tokyo said goodbye to the Professor and her lover Rio before going on a suicide mission to kill as many adversaries as she could.
After being shot five times in her arms and legs, Tokyo pulled out a grenade and died alongside her enemies in a final brave act to save her colleagues.
Weirder things have happened, however, it does look like she's not coming back for the final five episodes, but we will have to wait on the second part to find out more.