'The Paper House' keep sweeping in Netflix and conquering the hearts of millions of followers around the world, among those of the renowned American writer Stephen King.
The author of 'Item' Y 'Carrie' He declared himself a fan of the Spanish series in 2018 and came to reveal that his favorite characters were Nairobi (Alba Flores) and Berlin (Pedro Alonso), and that watching the episodes of the series was like watching “fireworks.”
As a good fan, King has not lost track of every detail of the series and, in fact, proclaimed member of the band of robbers for the new season, after the production of a Dalí mask, one of the most characteristic objects of 'La Casa de Papel'.
“Do you remember 'The Paper House' on Netflix? Great, right? The boys sent me part of the loot. In the new season I will be Boston… And my masked accomplice will be 'Thing of Evil, “King wrote in his Twitter account.
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Remember MONEY HEIST, on Netflix? Cool right? The guys sent me some swag. In Season 2, I'll be rooting for Boston … and for my masked accomplice, the Thing of Evil. pic.twitter.com/wbVaFGl7lv
– Stephen King (@StephenKing) July 23, 2019
It has been a few weeks since this publication and now the writer shared a new message, this time giving his impressions on the third season of the series.
“The current season exceeds the first. It's exciting and fun”It was his opinion after seeing the most recent chapters, which include new characters such as Inspector Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri) and thieves Bogotá (Hovik Keuchkerian) and Palermo (Rodrigo de la Serna).
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MONEY HEIST, aka PAPER HOUSE: The current season tops the first one. It's exciting and hilarious.
– Stephen King (@StephenKing) August 11, 2019
'La Casa de Papel' has become one of Netflix's most watched series and has exceeded audience records from other series of the platform.
In its first week of release, More than 34 million homes worldwide saw it. To this is added the fact that in seven days, 24 million accounts would have seen the eight chapters complete, a figure higher than the third season of 'Stranger Things'.
– The Paper House (@lacasadepapel) August 1, 2019