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Monday, April 6, 2020

Money Heist- A Must Stream

The fourth season premiered April 3. So I'm just going to say it: Watch Money Heist on Netflix. Now. Here's why.

It'll keep you hooked

The first two seasons tell the tale of El Profesor (Álvaro Morte), a brilliant and nerdily attractive introvert who rounds up a team of mostly good-looking misfits to steal billions from the Royal Mint in Madrid. All while Inspector Raquel Murillo (Itziar Ituño) tries to catch them. Oh, and there's a lot of sexual tension between El Profesor and Inspector Murillo.
Money Heist (La Casa de Papel in its original Spanish title) won the Best Drama Series International Emmy in 2018. It's Netflix's most watched non-English series, with 44 million households streaming the third season in the first four weeks of release. 
This show is addictive and the kind of fast-paced, adrenaline-fueled entertainment that can numb half your brain while you watch it and that'll keep you hooked devouring episode after episode 
Money Heist - Part 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix - YouTube

Pretty much every criminal in this story oozes charisma. They look good in red overalls. Plus, they're named after cities around the world, so maybe your hometown will get a shout-out.
There's the hot-blooded Tokio (Úrsula Corberó), who always says what's on her mind. The conceited Berlín (Pedro Alonso), a gentleman thief and robbery mastermind with an ego to match -- yet you might end up warming to him. Nairobi (Alba Flores) is all organizational skills and motivation, while the big-hearted Denver (Jaime Lorente) might not seem the brightest but he'll charm you anyway.
Opt for the subtitles even if you're proficient in Spanish. It's the only way to catch all the dirty talk, innuendos, metaphors and banter used and abused especially but not exclusively by Denver and Nairobi. Also, these characters are going to make you laugh.

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