Money Heist season 5: The Professor dies in season premiere after shocking new theory

Money Heist: Netflix release dramatic teaser for season five

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The Professor (played by Álvaro Morte) was held at gunpoint by Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri) in the riveting last moments of Money Heist’s fourth season finale. With just a few short months before the popular Spanish drama returns on Netflix, viewers have been debating whether the criminal mastermind will be able to escape from his latest predicament.

Fans of Netflix’s international hit Money Heist have suggested The Professor could meet his end in the very first episode of the new season.

A brand new trailer for ‘La Casa De Papel’ confirmed the first block of new episodes will be hitting screens in September, well over a year after the latest instalment.

Viewers were left on the edge of their seats following some major twists at the end of Part 4.

Still surrounded by police on all sides within the walls of the Bank of Spain, the Professor’s team prepares to go to war following the death of Nairobi (Alba Flores).

Tokyo (Úrsula Corberó), Palermo (Martín Berrote), Denver (Jaime Lorente) and the rest will all return to make their final stand.

Unfortunately, their survival can’t be guaranteed, and fans have been predicting some major deaths in the intervening months before the final season.

Meanwhile, the Professor himself received a shock when disgraced inspector Alicia Sierra managed to infiltrate his hideout.

Ending the series with a gun pointed at his head, some viewers have speculated Sierra may have already pulled the trigger as soon as the credits started to roll.

One fan took their theory to Reddit to propose an Avengers-style prologue to the new season.

User Zealousideal_Cook248 posted: “In the first part we start with a big death in the first 10 minutes. The professor. Just like Loki.”

In the 2018 Marvel blockbuster, Avengers: Infinity War, fan favourite Loki (Tom Hiddleston) was killed by the powerful villain Thanos (Josh Brolin).

Although Loki will soon be resurrected in his own series coming to Disney+, his death successfully set the tone for the Avengers’ darkest chapter yet.

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This insightful viewer proposed that, since Money Heist is similarly being split into two parts for its final outing, the Professor’s death could be the perfect way to kick off the finale.

Once their ingenious team leader is out of the way, both Alicia and the Spanish police can launch a devastating attack on the remaining robbers.

The fan continued: “Then in the middle someone else dies. Helsiniki? Maybe Palermo.

“And in the end all hell breaks loose and we lose several characters.”

Money Heist’s latest trailer has already confirmed wall-to-wall carnage for season five, which has even managed to convince some viewers that all or most of the main characters will be killed.

Thankfully, this viewer is a little more optimistic, as they predicted a triumphant, albeit bittersweet, conclusion to volume two.

They added: “In the other part? The remaining survivors will have a very big challenge to get out of the bank alive. With or maybe even without the gold.”

Tokyo’s narration of the series at least seems to prove that she’ll be making it out of the Bank of Spain alive.

Unfortunately, the writing could be on the wall for the Professor if he doesn’t make use of some quick thinking to escape Alicia’s clutches in the season opener.

Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1 will be released on Friday, September 3 on Netflix. Volume 2 is coming Friday, December 3.


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