With a new teaser trailer uploaded to the official platforms, Netflix anticipates the arrival of the second part of The Paper House 5, which will end with this season at the end of the year, with a release date set for the next December 3.
The first installment of five episodes aired in September of this year, a short time ago, and officially it would be the first part of the third and final season, which however has been divided into volume 1 and volume 2. In our recent article we talked about the first two episodes, which kicked off this last chapter of the very popular Spanish television series that began in 2017.
Once the vision of the entire volume 1 was finished, as anticipated in our review of the entire block of episodes, the doubts that arose in the first ones were confirmed by a script that perhaps would have benefited from fewer episodes. Many were the changes and turn-arounds of some characters that laid the foundation for a real war between robbers and police, even assisted by the Spanish army, which could lead to a rather tragic conclusion.
The teaser trailer published on the official Netflix channels features the voiceover of the Professor, again played by Alvaro Death, (probably an excerpt from a speech to the band), which reveals his will to don’t miss any other person due to the actions taken in the series, which led to the death of some members, including the Tokyo sacrifice (Ursula Corbero) in order to defeat Gandia and the soldiers.
I’ve lost some very important people in the last few hours and I’m not going to let anyone else fall for this robbery.
The end is coming. The last season of LCDP arrives on December 3rd. pic.twitter.com/QCcxvFCwL1
– Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) October 13, 2021
As recalled by the description of the posts accompanying the teaser trailer, the second and last part of the episodes of The Paper House 5 will see the release date on the streaming platform next 3 December.
Throughout its seasons, The House of Paper has been nominated and has received several awards. In November 2020 Netflix announced that it will be created a South Korean remake of the series, with 12 episodes fixed and Kim Hong-Sun to the direction.