Money Heist and Many other things to watch this week

Money Heist, also known as La Casa de Papel, returns for its fifth season. The greatest heist in history will be aired in two parts on Netflix, according to the show’s creators.

It appears that the era of pandemic-affected television is (finally) coming to an end. As Money Heist season 5 is available on Netflix this weekend.

Over the next few days, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney Plus are going to be adding a slew of new shows and movies.

Below we rounded some biggest new arrivals you can watch this week

Money Heist Part 5 Volume 1 (Netflix)

As of this weekend, the fifth and final season of Money Heist (or La Casa De Papel) is available on Netflix in two parts (the second is arriving on December 3).

Netflix’s hit show picks up right where it left off, with the bank-robbing gang imprisoned for over 100 hours inside the Bank of Spain.

The show’s creator, Alex Pina, has stated that the decision to split the show in half was made in order to ensure that season 5 lives up to fans’ expectations of a finale, so expect a bullet-riddled fiesta right from the start.

Money Heist Part 5 Volume 1 is available to stream on Netflix

Cinderella (Amazon Prime Video)

Cinderella is the most famous fairy tale that has ever been told – and it has been told many, many times. So, how do you give a centuries-old story, which has already been adapted into countless books, movies, TV shows, and musicals, a new lease on life? Of course, you cast James Corden as an anthropomorphic mouse!

In this Amazon adaptation of the classic story, pop star Camilla Cabello plays the title character. An ambitious young dressmaker with big dreams. While the ever-charismatic Billy Porter appears as Cinderella’s fairy godmother (or Fab G, in this case).

Cinderella is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

Worth (Netflix)

Ahead of the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Worth will be available on Netflix. It will tell the untold true story of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, which sought to compensate families affected by the tragedy – although not on equal terms.

Keaton plays Kenneth Feinberg along with Stanley Tucci and Amy Ryan. And the movie is produced by the team behind Spotlight and 12 Years a Slave.

Worth is available to stream on Netflix

Dug Days (Disney Plus)

Dug Days, like Monsters at Work before it, debuts on Disney Plus as the latest spin-off series based on a classic Pixar adventure. This time around, Up gets the episodic treatment, focusing on the misadventures of talking (and squirrel-loving) golden retriever Dug.

Carl and Russell return, as does the original film’s co-writer and co-director. Bob Peterson provides the voice of Dug. Dug Days look to be fun if unexpected, reintroduction to some beloved Pixar characters. Don’t expect much opening-sequence-level emotion from this limited series. Dug Days is available to stream in its entirety today – but it looks to be a fun, if entirely unexpected, reintroduction to some beloved Pixar characters.

Dug Days is available to stream on Disney Plus

Q-Force (Netflix)

The Netflix original series Q-Force shakes up the comic book formula. By introducing a rogue team of LGBTQ+ heroes known as – you guessed it – the Q-Force.

Gabe Liedman – a writer on Kroll Show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Broad City, and PEN15 – created this animated comedy series. Which stars the voices of David Harbour, Gary Cole, Laurie Metcalf, Patti Harrison, Matt Rogers, Wanda Sykes, and others.

Q-Force is available to stream on Netflix

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