Money Heist 5 trailer is out: The series will offer more thrills as Lisbon takes charge following Professor’s capture

On Monday, August 2, the trailer for the highly anticipated fifth season of Money Heist was released. The new trailer promises an exciting experience, with Professor being held captive by inspector Alicia Sierra and Lisbon taking command in his absence.

Money Heist 5 will be released on September 3rd. The series will be released in two instalments. The first instalment will be released on September 3rd, followed by the second instalment on December 3rd.

The Money Heist 5 trailer is breathtaking, with much more action, suspense, and flashbacks from the past. Sergio, also known as Professor, is imprisoned. Inspector Alicia Sierra has him handcuffed, chained, and tortured.

On the other hand, the gang is attempting to move on from Nairobi’s death, while Lisbon takes control of the Bank of Spain. The trailer also includes flashbacks of Tokyo and her boyfriend, who was murdered by cops, Berlin, Tatiana, and others.

Fighting scenes from Denver-Stockholm and Rio-Tokyo are also included in the new trailer. The military also attacks the gang when they are at their weakest, but this time the gang will avenge themselves, and the series goes far beyond robbery.

Professor, as is customary, will have a backup plan. In a statement, the show’s creators, Alex Pina, said that when they began writing season 5 amid the pandemic, they felt they had to change what was expected from the ten-episode seasons. The creators used every tool available to create the sensation of a season or series finale.

The creators have placed a greater emphasis on the characters’ emotional situations. It is a journey across emotional bridges that will lead directly to the departure.

Among those who appear in the show are Alvaro Morte, Pedro Alonso, Ursula Corbero, Esther Acebo, Itziar Ituno, Najwa Nimri, Jaime Lorente, Miguel Herran, Rodrigo de la Serna, Darko Peric, and Hovik Keuchkerian.

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