The rest of this article contains major spoilers for “Money Heist” Season 5, Episode 5 “Lives Many Lives.”
Thanks to What’s on Netflix, we already know that the latter half of Season 5 of “Money Heist” will debut on December 3. Since, via Newsweek, Netflix releases new series and films at midnight Pacific time on Fridays, fans will be able to watch “Money Heist” at 12 midnight sharp in that time zone. Other regions will likely unlock the series at a corresponding time of night. If you live on the east coast, that means you’ll have to stay up until 3 a.m. to watch the show.
Fans of “Money Heist” will likely find the wait well worth it, as they’ll finally find out what happens after Season 5’s shocking midseason finale. Episode 5 fills the audience in on Silene/Tokyo’s tragic backstory and explores her relationship with Aníbal/Rio. The heist passes its 100-hour mark, with the media, the Spanish army, and bank executives circling the complex. The Spanish Army attacks the group of robbers, which leads to Silene’s apparent death by noble sacrifice. This occurs when she blows up baddie César Gandía (José Manuel Poga) with multiple grenades attached to her person after she is shot by snipers. Per a recent trailer for the half-season, it appears the team will be stuck struggling with what Silene’s death means to the team at large.
Fans will find out if any of The Professor’s recruits make it out of the bank alive on December 3, 12 a.m. PST.