Money Heist, or La Casa de Papel, is one of Netflix’s most popular TV shows and was premiered just a few months ago in the third season. If you are all caught up in the very complicated version of Spike Lee’s movie Inside Man, then you likely have to fall anxiously for season 4. The good news is that according to a show star, it will happen much sooner than we thought.
Rodrigo de la Serna, Argentina’s actor who plays Palermo in Season 3, a crucial addition to the group who is overseeing an enormous new heist scheme, told Cadena 3 that the fourth season had already finished and was to be shown on Netflix in January. In reality, the reports offer a date of release for season 4, citing undisclosed Spanish sources: January 18th, 2020. That’s precisely six months after the premiere of season 3.
Reports peculates Netflix is about to offer a “great final” to the show, hence the early launch date, or is just about to compete better with the two new streaming services released this fall: Disney+ and Apple TV+. At this point, it is not clear if Money Heist is going to have a fifth season.
Reports state that Money Heist will also have a huge presence later this month at the Comics & Games Lucca event. The report says Netflix will not reveal the fourth season trailer–though it should go down in January–the service will host a whole Professor and gang pavilion. You can find it in Piazza Anfiteatro from 30 October to 2 November.
Netflix Italia seemed to have inserted commentaries about the success of the series, saying that Money Heist is the most popular non-English TV series, with more than 34 million stories having seen at least a third episode during the first seven days of the broadcast. Of these, 70% ended the season in only a week.
Netflix’s The Witcher will also have a significant appearance in Lucca in addition to Money Heist, with Netflix showcasing its first full trailer at the festival.