'Money Heist' spinoff: Berlin to get his own series at Netflix

Titled 'Berlin', upcoming project will see actor Pedro Alonso returning to play Andres de Fonollosa

Entertainment Desk December 01, 2021

Fans of popular Netflix original Money Heist are eagerly waiting for the last part of the series. Volume two of the fifth and the last season of the crime thriller is all set to stream this week, which should help tie the loose ends of the show. One of the plots viewers are hoping to divulge more into is Berlin, his son and Tatiana. 

However, according to Variety, a spin-off show centring on the popular character is already being developed at the streaming service. Berlin will now have his own show, which will be released in 2023, reported Deadline. Titled Berlin, Netflix has officially ordered the spin-off project which will see actor Pedro Alonso returning to play Andres de Fonollosa aka Berlin.

Fans have found him to be quite charming, clever, funny and attractive but deep down, he is a misogynistic and violent man, who is also a sexual predator. There are no details about the new show's plot and how the makers plan to bring Berlin back as the character had died towards the end of season two of Money Heist.

The news of the spin-off comes as the famous series is ending with its last five episodes dropping on December 3. The Netflix series traces two heists pulled off by a ragtag group of thieves, led by the enigmatic The Professor (Alvaro Morte) - one on the Royal Mint of Spain, and one on the Bank of Spain.

The fifth and final season of the popular Spanish series has been divided into two parts of five episodes each. The first five had debuted on Netflix on September 3. 

Last month, the streaming giant released the trailer for the last part of the highly anticipated finale of Money Heist. As the series comes to a close, the trailer for the last installment, which will feature five episodes, replaces Tokyo as the narrator with Lisbon, originally known as Raquel.

“You see the disappointed faces of people you failed,” she said at the start of the clip, as the Professor appears to gear up to ‘give up’ by barging straight into the Bank of Spain himself. But is it really giving up? Since Sergio, alias, the mastermind robber, always has a trick or two up his sleeves.

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