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Money Heist 5: Netflix announces titles of the episode with subtle hints of the plot, video out

The title of the first episode is End of the Road.

Aishwarya Vasudevan
Aug 31, 2021
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Netflix and the makers of Money Heist have been testing the patience of the fans with several interesting updates being dropped now and then. On Monday, just a few days before the release of the season five volume one, the titles and glimpses of the first five episodes have been revealed. The video starts with Sierra strangling The Professor and the first episode is titled End of the Road.

The video then shifts to Denver, Lisbon and Manila, who are hunting and getting into the attacking mode. But there's a question asked in the title of the second episode - Do You Believe in Reincarnation? The third episode seems to give a hope that Tokyo and Rio are reconciling after he breaks up with her, with the title - Welcome to the Show of Life

The Bank of Spain is likely to turn into shambles in the fourth episode while the makers have titled it as metaphorically - Your Place in Heaven. Episode five features Berlin who looks surprised while watching something and is joined by the Professor too. The episode is titled Live Many Lives.

The whole 43-second long video makes us wonder what will exactly be the plot of Money Heist season five. 

In the finale of the fourth season, Lisbon is rescued by the gang at the Bank of Spain while Nairobi is killed point-blank by Gandia. On the other hand, The Professor is captured by Sierra and he has no backup plan. She makes sure to torture him mercilessly while the gang is finding their way out safely. 

The first part of the fifth season is set to stream on Netflix from September 3, 2021. While the second and the final part of the show will be out on December 3, 2021. 

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