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Money Heist Season Four Is Now Available To Stream On Netflix

Money Heist Season Four Is Now Available To Stream On Netflix

If you've already exhausted your binge-watching backlog during this period of lockdown, you'll be pleased to learn that the fourth instalment of Money Heist has just touched down onto Netflix in the UK today. Here's the trailer to get you excited:

The series - called La Casa de Papel (The Paper House) in Spanish - is the most popular non-English speaking show on the whole of the streaming platform, and has gripped viewers around the world for three thrilling seasons already.

The series, for those who are uninitiated, was created by Alex Pina and follows a gang of eight criminals through their plan - initially - to break into the Royal Mint of Spain.

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So, where are we up to?

Well, at the end of season three we found the crew back together again and planning another - even bigger - heist than their first endeavour.

It was supposed to be an elaborate plan to rescue one of their captured comrades but - as things have a tendency to do in these sorts of situations - it quickly descended into absolute bedlam and warfare.

The Professor is convinced that Raquel is dead, and is asking for DEFCON, which basically means the firing of a load of rocket-propelled grenades at the approaching tank looking to storm the Bank of Spain.

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Credit: Netflix

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Fans are pretty convinced that Nairobi is dead. That's because - crucially - she's got a bullet wound. Also, the fact that she didn't appear in any of the recent clips, trailers, or promotional material.

Hey, maybe that is an elaborate ruse, too.

The Professor's cunning plan appears to be in tatters as a result of a new police negotiator arriving on the scene.

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If you're itching to get stuck right into the new series, then you'd better have a Netflix subscription, because Pina recently signed a deal with the online streaming giant that means the streamer has got complete exclusivity over the rights to the show.

No Netflix, no chance you're going to see Money Heist series four.

Credit: Netflix
Credit: Netflix

In a press conference that took place before the release of the show, Pina said: "They're [the characters are] a group of people who still have a lot to say. It took us quite a long time to decide, we wanted to respect our work."

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Does that mean that we'll see more series after this one? We'll have to wait and see.

Once again, all eight episodes of Money Heist series four are available on Netflix as of today (3 April).

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV and Film, Netflix

Tom Wood

Tom Wood is a LADbible journalist and Twin Peaks enthusiast. Despite having a career in football cut short by a chronic lack of talent, he managed to obtain degrees from both the University of London and Salford. According to his French teacher, at the weekends he mostly likes to play football and go to the park with his brother. Contact Tom on [email protected]