Money Heist: Part 2

Money Heist: Part 2

Money Heist: Part 2

Tensions between the robbers escalate as the police close in on them in the second part of the Spanish heist series.

2017Rating: 16SpainNetflix
CrimeDramaWorld Cinema

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EPISODE 2.1
19 July 2019

Episode 1

As forensic experts comb the Toledo country house for DNA, the Professor loses control. Inside the Mint, the robbers' nerves reach a breaking point.

EPISODE 2.2
19 July 2019

Episode 2

The police interrogate the first robber to be captured. Furious over Berlin's recent actions, Rio takes a stand against him.

EPISODE 2.3
19 July 2019

Episode 3

Hoping to learn the Professor's identity, Raquel appeals to her captive's emotions. A punishment for "high treason" sparks a revolt among the robbers.

EPISODE 2.4
19 July 2019

Episode 4

Recognizing their plan isn't working out, the robbers instead aim to win over the public via the press. Raquel plots a trap to capture the Professor.

EPISODE 2.5
19 July 2019

Episode 5

Arturo tries to set another escape plan in motion. During a conversation with Salva, Raquel sports a tiny detail that gets her mind racing.

EPISODE 2.6
19 July 2019

Episode 6

After confessing a long-held secret, Moscow loses his son's trust. A contingency plan to free Tokyo hits a snag, forcing her to improvise.

EPISODE 2.7
19 July 2019

Episode 7

With one of their own critically injured, the robbers race against time to save his life. During the moment alone, Ariadna makes a confession to Monica.

EPISODE 2.8
19 July 2019

Episode 8

After being removed from the case due to her relationship with the Professor, Raquel sets out to conduct her own search for the mastermind.

EPISODE 2.9
19 July 2019

Episode 9

As the police enter the Mint, Berlin leads the robbers in a final showdown. Will they escape with the 984 million euros -- and with their lives intact?

Money Heist: Part 2 / Reviews

The New York Times

The New York Times

It is too drawn out, but even so, it's often as tense and exciting as early-era "Lost." If you want a thriller with visual panache - like freaky Dalí masks - try this.

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Stuff

Stuff

Money Heist was stylish, sexy, shot through with a brilliant, very Mediterranean sensibility where conversation, sex and food all matter far more than mere money, and, somehow, it never really outstayed its welcome.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

There’s a world-changing, cultural juggernaut of a TV show that – while hugely popular – you may well have missed.

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Independent

Independent

The star rating here is for the series as a whole, which is peerless escapism. But ennui is setting in.

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