'Money Heist' aka 'La Casa de Papel' Season 4: Did Netflix just crash after the big drop? Fans go bonkers

Fans were concerned but also taken aback to see the Netflix crash for the first time


                            'Money Heist' aka 'La Casa de Papel' Season 4: Did Netflix just crash after the big drop? Fans go bonkers
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With a whopping 34 million views for Part 3, 'Money Heist' aka 'La Casa de Papel' smashed all-time records on Netflix. Now it's time to wonder: Will Part 4 do the same? Well, it's clear that almost double the crowd will be watching the show as Netflix 'crashed' immediately after the drop.

Fans were concerned but also taken aback to see the Netflix crash for the first time. "All the #LaCasaDePapel fans are witnessing a history! First time seeing Netflix crash! Wooooo! Bella Ciao Bella Ciao Bella Ciao Ciao Ciao," one said and another posted, "Waited all night for #MoneyHeist and when the clock struck 11 am @netflix crashed."

One even shared a screenshot and posted, "Yo! @netflix why crashed now?" Others are simply excited to watch it. "Finally!! LET THE CHAOS BEGIN. Money Heist season 4 now streaming on NETFLIX bye twitter," one said and another posted, "Less than 10 minutes into the newest season of #MoneyHeist #[email protected]
and everyone be like..."

Úrsula Corberó as Tokyo and Darko Perić as Helsinki (Netflix)

The streaming service also branded it as "one of the most-watched Netflix series or film of all time in any language – and the highest non-English speaking show ever". As the last season ended on a major cliffhanger around one of the major characters, Nairobi's (Alba Flores) death, fans can't stop wondering if she will survive. 

Created by Álex Pina and first broadcast on Spanish network Antena 3, it was not familiar until Netflix picked it up and slightly revamped the format. Apparently, they created two seasons instead of one and the episodes were re-edited to make them 45-50 minutes long. In fact, the show was initially intended to be a limited series. The series follows El Professor, who brings con-artists and criminals together, to pull off the ultimate heist of the Royal Mint of Spain in Season 1 and teams up yet again in Season 2 to assault the Bank of Spain. 

With the coronavirus lockdown, more people seem to be behind their screens to find something interesting to watch and that may only contribute to more views. All we can say it there is no doubt that Netflix will get most views for the Spanish heist drama! Get set to stream all the eight episodes now that it has dropped on Netflix.

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