Pepsi partners with ‘Money Heist 5’, Jaipur-based Verve Logic gives employees a surprise off

Pepsi partners with 'Money Heist 5', Jaipur-based Verve Logic gives employees a surprise off

‘MoneyHeist Season 5’ will release five episodes in two instalments each on September 3 and December 3, respectively.

Jaipur-based firm Verve Logic gives a day off to its employees to watch the final season of the popular Netflix show, ‘Money Heist’ (‘La casa de Papel’), India Today reported. Season 5 will release on September 3 on Netflix.

Verve Logic’s CE Jain, in a notification, shared, “We have taken this initiative not just to save an attack on our emails with false leaves. See mass bunks and numbers being switched off, but because we sometimes know ‘Moments of Chill be the Best Pills for Energy at Work.”

“Have Been Going Over the Love We have Received.! Yes, it is real, and we are absolutely happy to announce an off on September 3 naming it to be “Netflix & Chill Holiday” on the release of the final season of #MoneyHeist @NetflixIndia,” Verve Logic announced in a tweet.

“MoneyHeist Season 5” will release five episodes in two instalments each on September 3 and December 3, respectively.

‘Money Heist Season 5’ trailers and episodes

The latest trailer suggests that the Professors gang will be in big trouble as the army is getting into the venue. In a rare case, Netflix revealed the names of all five episodes. Going by the names, it looks like a dead-end for Tokyo and her group.

Episode one is named ‘The End of the Road’, where we’ll see inspector Alicia Sierra torturing The Professor.

Denver, Lisbon and Manila will be in attack mode in the second episode, ‘Do You Believe in Reincarnation.

The third episode, titled ‘Welcome to the Show of Life’, shows Tokyo and Rio finally reconciling.

The fourth one, ‘Your Place in Heaven’, is where the real battle is anticipated to begin. The bank’s rooftop gets blown up, most probably by the army, leaving the gang in a self-protective mode.

Episode five, named ‘Live Many Lives’, brings back Berlin in a flashback.

Pepsi partners with ‘Money Heist’

The Money Control reports that PepsiCo has signed an agreement with Netflix to integrate the brand with the streaming platform’s popular series “Money Heist.”

The partnership will blend brand Pepsi with the show through advertisements across digital platforms.