We investigate a well known scenario of interaction in the dark sector where the vacuum energy is interacting with cold dark matter throughout the cosmic evolution in light of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) data from final Planck 2018 release. In addition to this minimal scenario, we generalize the model baseline by including the properties of neutrinos, such as the neutrino mass scale (Mν) and the effective number of neutrino species (Neff) as free parameters, in order to verify the possible effects that such parameters might generate on the coupling parameter, and vice versa. As already known, we again confirm that in light of the Planck 2018 data, such dark coupling can successfully solve the H0 tension (with and without the presence of neutrinos). Concerning the properties of neutrinos, we find that Mν may be wider than expected within the ΛCDM model and Neff is fully compatible with three neutrino species (similar to ΛCDM prevision). The parameters characterizing the properties of neutrinos do not correlate with the coupling parameter of the interaction model. When considering the joint analysis of CMB from Planck 2018 and an estimate of H0 from Hubble Space Telescope 2019 data, we find an evidence for a non-null value of the coupling parameter at more than 3σ confidence-level. We also discuss the possible effects on the interacting scenario due to the inclusion of baryon acoustic oscillations data with Planck 2018. Our main results updating the dark sectors' interaction and neutrino properties in the model baseline, represent a new perspective in this direction. Clearly, a possible new physics in light of some dark interaction between dark energy and dark matter can serve as an alternative to ΛCDM scenario to explain the observable Universe, mainly in light of the current tension on H0.