The action-packed trailer for the Money Heist: Part Five Vol. One was released on Netflix‘s official YouTube channel on Monday.
In the clip, several members from the team are seen preparing for the final act of their robbery while numerous government officials launch a siege on the building.
The upcoming release serves as the first portion of the crime drama series’ final season, and it is set to be released next month.
New footage: The official trailer for the first Volume of Money Heist Part Five made its debut on Netflix’s official YouTube channel on Monday
The trailer begins with the show’s main character Tokyo, portrayed by Ursula Corbero, dozing off while remaining handcuffed to two walls on both sides of her.
While Helsinki, played by Darko Peric, carries a corpse up a staircase, the series; narrator comments that as she has been ‘locked up for a hundred hours…it feels like a hundred years have gone by.’
The mastermind of the heist, Alvaro Morte’s The Professor, is then confronted by inspector Alicia Sierra, played by Najwa Nimri, who fires a gun towards his face and pistol-whips him.
After the National Police Corps officer ties up the criminal mastermind, he is put in contact with the rest of the heist’s team and confesses that he may not see them again.
Content: In the featurette, the heist team is seen preparing for the final stage of their robbery while military forces approach their position
Reflection: Tokyo, played by Ursula Corbero, comments that she has been ‘locked up for a hundred hours…it feels like a hundred years have gone by’
Colonel Luis Tamayo, played by Fernando Cayo, announces that he has detained the criminals and that he is sending the military to apprehend them.
Several shots of soldiers advancing on the team’s position is shown, while the brash military official remarks that his forces will ‘come out victorious or come out dead.’
Sierra then pushes The Professor over a ledge and leaves him hanging by a chain, after which Tokyo is seen sharing a tender moment with her boyfriend Rio, played by Miguel Herran.
Lisbon, played by Itziar Ituno, addresses the team and expressed that they are ‘up against the ropes, but we’re not going to end up in the morgue.’
Making moves: Colonel Luis Tamayo, portrayed by Fernando Cayo, announces that he will be sending military forces to apprehend the heist team
Going for broke: A member of the heist team rallied the squad in the trailer and told them that they will not ‘end up in the morgue’
Winner takes all: During a tense conversation, the Colonel comments that the military forces will ‘come out victorious or come out dead’
The crew then begins preparing to take on the military forces, and one of its members is seen putting on a mask with the visage of Salvador Dali.
The soldiers then begin their assault on the team’s position, firing a hail of bullets and several explosives while Tokyo tearfully takes aim at an unknown target.
While several flashback scenes are shown, Berlin, portrayed by Pedro Alonso, comments that he will guide an offscreen character to ‘authentic liberation, and if we ever have to pay a price for it, then we pay it.’
The trailer ends by following an unknown individual with smoke rising from their chest making their way towards a pair of military vehicles and falling to their knees.
Getting ready: The heist team was also seen preparing to take on the forces, and one of its members donned a mask with the visage of Salvador Dali
Running and gunning: Several soldiers then assaulted the team’s position, and Tokyo was seen aiming at an unseen target
No regrets: Berlin, played by Pedro Alonso, was also shown having a conversation with an offscreen individual and commented that ‘if we ever have to pay a price for it, then we pay it’
Money Heist, or La Casa De Papel as it is known in Spanish-speaking territories, was renewed for a fifth and final season last April.
Earlier this year, it was revealed that the last run of episodes would be split in two and released months apart from each other.
Series creator Alex Pina gave a statement via Deadline to express how the show’s production team took great care in raising the tension of the heist team.
‘We’ve spent almost a year thinking about how to break up the band. How to put the Professor on the ropes. How to get into situations that are irreversible for many characters,’ he noted.
Production: A fifth season of Money Heist was renewed for a final run of episodes last April
Big changes: Series creator Alex Pina later said that the show’s writing team took great care in coming up with ‘situations that are irreversible for many characters’
The producer then remarked that, although great losses would be suffered on all sides, the storytelling would keep fans at the edges of their seats.
‘The result is the fifth part of La Casa De Papel. The war reaches its most extreme and savage levels, but it is also the most epic and exciting season,’ he noted.
The first Volume of Money Heist Part Five will make its debut on Netflix on September 3rd, and its second set of episodes are set to premiere on December 3rd.
Coming soon: The first Volume of Money Heist Part One will premiere on Netflix on September 3rd, and its second set of episodes are set to arrive on December 3rd