Money Heist season 5: Tokyo’s fate confirmed as star teases ‘I could come back’

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The first half of Money Heist’s hotly anticipated fifth season will be released on Netflix this Friday. In the run-up to the show’s grand finale, Úrsula Corberó has opened up about the difficulty of saying goodbye to her character Tokyo, hinting she may eventually reprise the iconic role.

The robber known as Tokyo could eventually return to screens, Money Heist star Úrsula Corberó has claimed.

Although the series will come to its jaw-dropping conclusion this year, there are still rumours flying about a potential spin-off or continuation.

In a recent interview with Variety, Corberó added more fuel to the speculation when she admitted this might not be the end of Tokyo’s story.

“When we finished shooting, I chose not to say goodbye to Tokyo,” she explained.

Most of the cast have already posted emotional farewells to their characters on Instagram once filming had come to an end earlier this year.

This has led fans to believe a number of the cast could be killed off next season, with red flags flying over Rio (Miguel Herrán) and the Professor (Álvaro Morte) in particular.

However, Corberó implied Tokyo, the narrator of the series, will escape the Bank of Spain alive as she shared her reaction to the end of the series.

She continued: “It seemed too heartbreaking, so I decided to take her with me forever, and I never close doors to opportunity.”

“Right now, the healthiest thing for me is to do other work, but that doesn’t mean that in a few years I couldn’t come back.”

The Spanish actress will undoubtedly be back on screens in due course following her breakthrough role in Netflix’s international hit.

Indeed, she already nabbed a part in this year’s major blockbuster Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins alongside Henry Golding and Samara Weaving.

Despite some exciting career prospects, it’s clear Corberó will always keep a special place in her heart for the Money Heist fan favourite.

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Unfortunately, Netflix have brought the riveting drama to a close, though showrunner Álex Pina hasn’t entirely ruled out bringing the series back somewhere down the line.

He told Variety: “After Part 5, we’ll see what we do next. But for now, there are no plans for more Money Heist.”

The writer and producer has kept himself busy in the last year with two brand new shows for Netflix, White Lines and Sky Rojo.

Even so, much of the cast still seem keen to return their star-making roles.

Corberó’s co-star Álvaro Morte even said: “It would be a pleasure to return to The Professor. Anything can happen.”

The series’ mastermind may be happy with how the final episodes panned out, but that doesn’t mean the Professor couldn’t eventually come back in another series.

For the meantime, fans will just have to wait and find out how the robbers’ second heist comes to an end once the second batch of episodes are released in December.

Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1 will be released on Friday, September 3 on Netflix. Volume 2 is coming Friday, December 3.


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