Money Heist spin-off series Berlin: Netflix release date, trailer, cast details

The prequel of Money Heist, one of Netflix’s most popular shows, is coming out!  Netflix has released the Berlin trailer, a spin-off of Money Heist and is based on the character Berlin, whose real name is Andrés de Fonollosa. The teaser video for Berlin was shown at Tudum, the Netflix event in Brazil. If you are a Money Heist fan, and Netflix isn’t available in your country, try VPN services. For example, gamers use VPN for Roblox for online security and privacy.

One of the most hyped shows on Netflix so far has been Money Heist, also known as La Casa De Papel. It has already been made into a hit South Korean movie. A Spanish show based on one of the most famous characters in Money Heist, a man named Berlin, is coming. People who watch the new show will go on “a trip through the golden years of the character.” “When he was stealing all over Europe, he was crazy in love,” Money Heist author Alex Pina said at the Netflix  Tudum event. Fans will love plenty of things about this show, just like they loved the first one. Before the show came out, we looked at the most recent release update and put together a list of the most important things you need to know. Before it comes out, here’s everything you need to know about Berlin.

What is Berlin about?

As we already said, Berlin will be based on the well-known figure from Money Heist, whose real name is Andrés de Fonollosa. Berlin’s past was shown in Money Heist Season 5, but we still don’t know a lot about him.  He has been married five times. Fans want to know more about Berlin, like who his father is, who he dates other people and more.

Love and a million-dollar paycheck are the only two things that can make a bad day really great. They’re what keep Berlin going during his golden years when he doesn’t know he’s sick and hasn’t become stuck like a rat in the Spanish Mint. Here is where he starts planning one of his most amazing heists: he plans to make 44 million dollars worth of jewels disappear like magic. He will ask one of the three gangs he has ever stolen with for help.

Berlin release date

On September 18, Netflix put out a teaser for the final date announcement. Now we know for sure that Money Heist: Berlin will come out on December 29, 2023.

Berlin’s cast

It is already known for sure that Berlin, aka Pedro Alonso, will be back for the Money Heist spinoff series. Before the movie came out, Netflix also put out a short introducing the characters, which you can see below.

Here is the full list of cast:

  • Pedro Alonso as Berlín
  • Michelle Jenner as Keila, an expert in electronic engineering
  • Begoña Vargas as Cameron, a risk taker living life on the edge
  • Julio Peña as Roi, Berlin’s faithful sidekick
  • Tristán Ulloa as Damián, a professor and confidant
  • Joel Sánchez as Bruce, a man of action
  • Yuri D. Brown as Bertrand
  • Marcel Gonzalez as Jean
  • Miko Jarry as Olivier
  • Julien Paschal as Polignac
  • Itziar Ituño as Raquel Murillo, reprising her role as the policewoman from Money Heist
  • Najwa Nimri as Alicia Sierra, like Ituño, Nimri is also reprising her role

Number of episodes in Berlin

There will be eight episodes of Money Heist: Berlin, just like many other Netflix shows. After it comes out in December 2023, you’ll be able to watch all of the episodes on Netflix.

What makes Money Heist such a popular show?

First and foremost is its gripping and intricate storyline, which revolves around a group of robbers executing heists on the Royal Mint of Spain and the Bank of Spain. The show’s masterful blend of suspense, drama, and unexpected twists keeps viewers on the edge of their seats.

Moreover, Money Heist features well-developed and relatable characters, each with their own quirks and complexities. The Professor, Tokyo, Nairobi, and other members of the gang have captured the audience’s hearts, making them emotionally invested in the story.

The show’s underlying themes of resistance against oppressive systems and the struggle for justice resonate with a global audience, fostering a sense of connection and relevance. Additionally, Money Heist benefits from its availability on Netflix, allowing viewers from around the world to easily access and binge-watch the series.

Final Words

Money Heist’s universal themes, compelling characters, and suspenseful plot have contributed to its widespread popularity, making it a cultural phenomenon that has captivated audiences across the globe. Fans are eagerly anticipating the spin-off series Berlin following the final season.

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