Money Heist Season 4: Check Out Social Media Reactions Here (SPOILER ALERT!)
Money Heist Season 4: The fourth season of the super successful series dropped recently and this is how social media reacted
The fourth season of award-winning and addictive Spanish crime drama, Money Heist (La Casa de Papel), premiered recently on Netflix. Created by Alex Pina, the series revolves around criminal mastermind Professor (Álvaro Morte) and his plan to execute the biggest heist in history. The series’ fourth season and its finale have been binge watched with a lot of excitement and some disappointment by fans. After finishing the season, many took to Twitter to express their outrage over the fate of some characters on the show. Others created memes based on their favourite scenes characters, and discussed why they loved the new episodes. Check out some of the best reactions and memes below. Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD
People in #MoneyHeist falling in love way faster than every other teenager out there...— حفصہ (@mohterma_hafsa) April 7, 2020
Many fans were distressed when one of the main characters Nairobi (Alba Flores) was killed. They said she could have been saved if the gang had let her be taken outside for surgery.
Some fans posted their favourite dialogues from the season:
Other highlighted characters that deserve more screen space:
Maybe an unpopular opinion, but Raquel Murillo's character deserves so much more than being reduced to just a love interest. I hope season 5 gives what she deserves. #LaCasaDePapel4 #MoneyHeist pic.twitter.com/S18zZRlc3M— || Warrior || Bella Ciao (@SKsWarrior47) April 5, 2020
Bollywood fans were wondering who would play Professor’s role in a remake:
Or in a Tollywood remake:
Netflix India shared a funny post comparing a scene with Karan Johar's Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, which has recently been added to the streaming service's collection of Bollywood films:
There were of course some quarantine-related posts as well:
The new season of Money Heist has received positive to mixed reviews. Gautaman Bhaskaran wrote in his review for Arab News, “Much like TV serials, which go on forever, “Money Heist” now feels a bit jaded and ennui has begun to set in. The conflicts are the same and the flashbacks to times when the gang was planning the heist haven’t got anything new to say. The police interrogations are incredibly drab and the romantic yearnings are portrayed with no real vigor. Here’s to hoping season five will breathe new life into this much-loved show.”
As the fourth season ended on a major cliffhanger, Money Heist Season 5 has been confirmed by Netflix and is expected to return next year with a big twist.