Penthouse Season 3 Episode 11 will officially release on 13th August 2021. You can watch the episodes exclusively from Netflix with a subscription.
Are you a big fan of the Penthouse web series? If yes, then it’s very obvious after watching episode 10 of season 3, you are waiting to watch episode 11. So, to clear all of your questions we come here with this article.
So, if you are one of them who wants to know about the release date, spoilers, and many more then go through this article till the end. After the whole one, I think you get all the information that you find regarding this. But before it, let’s talk about the series the Penthouse.
About Penthouse Web series
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Penthouse is basically a Korean show which is based on crime, thriller, suspense. It’s a high-budget web series where till now the franchise spent almost ₩32.7 billion money. One of the most eminent Korean producers Cho Seung-Hoon produces this whole series. And from October 2020 it continues with great success and creates one after another mind-blowing episode.
The plot of the series is held in the city of Gangnam. In this city, we found a mediocre woman lives who wants to enter into the high living society. To full fill her this dream she tried to purchase a 100th-floor penthouse in Gangnam.
In short, a very interesting and exciting show which is really able to play with your brain. So, if you are not still watching this series then you should watch it once.
Preview of Episode of 11
The fans curiously want to know what gonna be happened to this episode. But still, now we do not officially get any hints about the upcoming episode. But it’s quite obvious that it starts from there from where the last episode end.
Penthouse Season 3 Episode 11 Release Date
The Penthouse season 3 episode 11 will officially release on 13th August 2021. And probably on 20th August 2021, it may release the last episode of season 3.
Penthouse Season 3 Episode 11 Where to Watch Online?
You can watch the series exclusively from Netflix. For this, you have to need only a subscription to Netflix.
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