Money Heist: Part 3

Money Heist: Part 3

Money Heist: Part 3

With a new plan in hand, Tokyo and The Professor look to reunite the team in the third part of the Spanish bank robbery series.

2019Rating: 16SpainNetflix
CrimeDramaWorld Cinema

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EPISODE 3.1
1 December 2019

We're Back

When Rio is captured, a distraught Tokyo turns to the Professor for help. Armed with a bold new plan, they reunite the team in order to rescue him.

EPISODE 3.2
1 December 2019

Aikido

The Professor recruits Martín to put his brother's plan into action and target the Bank of Spain. First step? Create total chaos.

EPISODE 3.3
1 December 2019

48 Meters Underground

Tokyo and Nairobi's efforts go drastically awry. The Professor recalls Berlin detailing how they'd steal the gold from the water-logged vault.

EPISODE 3.4
1 December 2019

It's Dolphin Time

Tamayo's breaches of protocol surprise the Professor. Bogotá calms Denver's anxieties. With time running out, Palermo initiates the "Flipper" plan.

EPISODE 3.5
1 December 2019

Boom, Boom, Ciao

The Professor shocks officials with his latest stunt, but in response, a new inspector rattles Raquel. Palermo and Nairobi get into a heated argument.

EPISODE 3.6
1 December 2019

Everything Seemed Insignificant

Just as Inspector Sierra orchestrates a plan to sneak a team into the Bank of Spain, the Professor and Raquel lose communication with Palermo.

EPISODE 3.7
1 December 2019

A Quick Vacation

Tokyo's happiness turns bittersweet. Ángel closes in on a quarreling Raquel and the Professor. Authorities offer a multimillion-dollar reward for tips.

EPISODE 3.8
1 December 2019

Astray

Tokyo attempts to drown her sorrows. Sierra uses personal tactics to target a vulnerable Nairobi, while Suárez continues to hunt down Raquel.

Money Heist: Part 3 / 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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