“There are moments in life we should just be able to have a damn remote control, so you could pause it. Even if just for five minutes," said Tokio in Money Heist. Don't we all relate to this dialogue given the current situation? Locked inside our house due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, we all want a remote control to life that we can use of fast forward to the time when everything's normal. Well, but until technology develops a machine like that, all we can do is sit home and binge-watch our favourite shows. For all those who are in love with Money Heist, the good news is that the fourth season of this show is dropping this week.
While there were rumours suggesting that the release of the fourth season of this critically acclaimed crime-thriller web show may get postponed due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, Netflix, set the record straight and stated that the much-anticipated season is releasing this week. The official Twitter handle of Netflix India posted, "Not sure if this qualifies as #MondayMotivation but MONEY HEIST ARRIVES THIS WEEK." Of course, fans of Money Heist are bound to lose their calm with everyone excitingly tweeting about its new season.
While anticipation for the fourth season of Money Heist is at its peak, the third season of the show was enthralling to the core, to say the least. The Professor and his gang planned the quest to rob the Bank of Spain and what left everyone in shock was the end when Nairobi got shot! Is she dead, is she alive? We'll only know when season four hits the internet.
Not sure if this qualifies as #MondayMotivation but MONEY HEIST ARRIVES THIS WEEK.— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) March 30, 2020
Season 4 of money heist is coming on Friday 🥳 pic.twitter.com/ZfJNtRDLbT— 🦖 (@leensssss) March 30, 2020
Meanwhile, HERE's our review of season three of Money Heist.
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