Have You Watched Money Heist Series?
Money Robbery is a Spanish television series that premiered on a heist that was developed by Lex Pina. The series follows two long-planned heists led by the Professor, one on the Royal Mint of Spain and the other on the Bank of Spain, as narrated from the perspective of one of the thieves, Tokyo, in the first episode. The narrative is conveyed in a real-time-like manner, and the intricacy is provided by flashbacks, time-jumping, hidden personality objectives, and an unreliable narrator, among other devices.
As the story opens, a woman named “Tokyo” is caught up in the aftermath of a failed bank robbery, and a guy named the “Professor” saves her from being apprehended by the police and offers to her a theft of monumental proportions. An overview of the planned heist is provided before the plot moves to the beginning of a multi-day assault on the Royal Mint of Spain, which takes place in Madrid. Tokyo, Moscow, Berlin, Nairobi, Rio de Janeiro, Denver, Helsinki, and Oslo are the code names for the eight thieves, which are all named after cities.
The thieves, who are dressed in red jumpsuits and wearing masks of Spanish painter Salvador Dali, seize 67 hostages as part of their plot to print and escape with €2.4 billion in cash down a tunnel they created themselves. The theft is being directed by the Professor from a remote location. As the series progresses, flashbacks reveal the five months of preparation that took place on an abandoned hunting estate in Toledo’s countryside; the robbers were instructed not to share any personal information or engage in personal relationships, and the assault was to be carried out without bloodshed.