'Money Heist' aka 'La Casa de Papel' Season 4 could return to Netflix as early as January 2020
Reportedly, actor Rodrigo de la Serna, who plays Palermo in the Spanish series, revealed in an interview that it might be returning very soon.
With a suspenseful plot and solid cast, 'Money Heist' piqued viewers' interest and after season three ended with a cliffhanger, fans can't wait to watch the fourth season. Reportedly, actor Rodrigo de la Serna, who plays Palermo in the Spanish series, revealed in an interview that it might be returning very soon.
If the grapevine is to be believed, the actor spoke to Argentinian publication Cadena 3 about the next season and accidentally hinted at the release date. "The fourth is already set and has a release date for January, we are very happy." His confirmation created quite an uproar on social media and fans are expecting to witness the adventure and thrill of the new season in January 2020.
Fans have been speculating the release date for quite a while now. One Reddit user wrote, "I saw many talks about possible release dates being somewhere between May and July 2020, But, when asked on Instagram, Fernando Soto (Angel) said that it will return "during winter". Which means, somewhere beginning of next year (January to March). It makes sense considering they're already filming it. Say they finish filming around November? they'll still have enough time to announce a normal release date. Fingers crossed!"
Others can't wait to see what ensues in part four and have been endlessly tweeting about a possible date. "La casa de papel S4 on 4th Jan 2020 am hearing! We move #MoneyHeist," one fan wrote and another posted, "I saw #MoneyHeist trending and I thought Season 4 release date got released, y’all better stop playing with my feels."
There have also been some unconfirmed rumors from Italian blog SmartWorld, which cites Spanish sources claiming it will be out on January 18, 2020, exactly six months after the third outing. MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) could not independently confirm the date but watch this space for the latest updates.
Actor Esther Acebo who plays Mónica Gaztambide's post on Instagram first sparked rumors about the release date of the show as she captioned the image: "It’s official. I’m done shooting." Moreover, Diego Avalos, the director of the original Spanish series, said at a press conference, "Fans have loved it all around the globe because of the authenticity of the storytelling."
There is hope that the fourth part will be the last one for the series. Since the show has already gained much popularity with its fast-paced plot, the makers should not let viewership numbers tumble and instead keep it as a limited series with a kickass ending.