Money Heist attracted its fourth season to a dramatic conclusion, as all the members of the heist team were finally reunited after a tense few episodes – but could Tokyo’s time on the series be nearing its completion as viewers cast doubt over her significance.
Cash Heist audiences were enthralled however he shows the latest season. While Tokyo (played with Ursula Corbero) was keen to reunite her group at the close of the season, things did not look likely. At the show’s last moments, viewers witnessed the whole team coming together.
Audiences have become convinced things are going to go downhill fast, although the final episode of the show ended on a high note.
This year, Tokyo made it, and her story could have a turn in episodes to come.
Popular fan theory says that the fifth season might see Berlin’s return although he was shot dead at the end of year 2. Berlin is one of the most well-known characters in the series. His aggression and despicable behavior may not be something that you would wish to see in a person, but Pedro Alonso’s dedication is sufficient to make Berlin a character.
Throughout the fourth season, the fans were left with a gun beside him.
We don’t know the release date yet though Netflix has shown that the fifth season of Currency Heist is forthcoming. Some speculations suggest that Money Heist season 5 would come out from late 2020, but some imply that the series would just come out in 2021 due to flaws in productions following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cast of this series will comprise Tokyo (Ursula), Professor (Alvaro Morte), Raquel Murillo (Itizar Ituno), Rio (Miguel Herran), Denver (Jaime Lorente), Stockholm (Esther Acebo), Helsinki (Darko Penic) and Aruto Roman (Errique Arce).