Money Heist ‘La Casa De Papel’ Season 4 Everything you want to know before the 2020 Premiere

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We live in a world that offers us numerous choices which makes it difficult to decide which movie or TV show to watch on a lazy evening. 

‘The Paper House’ managed to stand out and get the attention of the spectators. The Spanish Netflix series is the talk of the town because of a group of robbers with a tendency to sing in Italian and to adorn their speeches of the most varied phrases. The third season premiered on July 19, 2019, and it did not disappoint us.

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Neither did they disappoint 34,355,956 household inhabitants in the world that saw the third part in the first week after its release. This heady event is not limited to users in countries where Spanish is spoken but has expanded to France, Italy as well as India among other countries.

The genius of terror, Stephen King, was impressed too and took to Twitter to express his excitement. “The current season exceeds the first. It’s exciting and hilarious.” The Shining, author wrote.

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La Casa de Papel’s season 4 will be released on April 3, 2020. An announcement was made through a teaser that was launched on December 8, 2019, at Comin Con Experience 2019 (CCXP) in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

WHAT WE KNOW FROM PART 4:

Most people already knew even before the premiere of the third part that there would be the fourth season of Money Heist. It was clear we needed more episodes to answer all the heart attack-inducing questions that season 3 left behind.

Alvaro Morte (The Professor) published a post on his Instagram account on August 9, 2019, announcing the last day of filming of the fourth season of the series.

CAST:

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The cast we all hoped to see again in season 4 of La Casa de Papel was confirmed by Netflix in a press release dated December 8, 2019.

  • Ursala Corbero (Tokyo)
  • Alvaro Morte (The Professor)
  • Pedro Alonso (Berlin)
  • Alba Flores (Nairobi)
  • Jaime Lorente (Denver)
  • Miguel Herran (Rio)
  • Darko Peric (Helsinki)
  • Esther Acebo (Stockholm)
  • Itziar Ituno (Raquel Murillo / Lisbon)
  • Enrique Arce (Arturo)
  • Kiti Manver (Marivi)
  • Juan Fernandez (Colonel Prieto)
  • Mario de la Rosa (Suarez)
  • Hovik Keuchkerian (Bogota)
  • Rodrigo de la Serna (Palermo)
  • Luka Peros (Marseille)
  • Najwa Nimri (Sierra Inspector)
  • Fernando Cayo (Tamayo)
  • Fernando Soto (Angel)
  • Pep Munne (Governor)
  • Jose Manuel Poga (Gandia)