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Money Heist spinoff concentrated on Berlin set to debut in 2023 on Netflix

Money Heist fans who consider Berlin as a part of their cherished characters are in for a treat. Netflix reported the Bella Ciao crook is getting his own spinoff.

Named Berlin: A New Series, the dramatization will debut in 2023 and star Pedro Alonso, whose alter ego passed on in Season 2 yet showed up in resulting seasons by means of flashbacks. No word yet on assuming that the upcoming show will be a prequel, yet without a doubt it will given the conditions of his demise and his terminal sickness.

Money Heist reaches a conclusion this Friday with the second 50% of its fifth and last season.

“I’m so happy about it,” Alonso said of the spinoff, after it was announced at a fan event celebrating the final five installments of Money Heist. “I am deeply grateful to be able to connect with people all over the world and receive so much love and such a memorable time. We started this series walking into the unknown and we have been winning ever since. You fans are our accomplices and thank you for that.”

Alonso, whose character ended up being the Professor’s skeptical and all the more criminally experienced older brother, said he feels it is his obligation and honor to make Berlin a dramatization Money Heist fans will love as much as the original.

In Season 5, watchers additionally discovered that Berlin has a child named Rafael, who is knowledgeable in network protection and electrical designing. Which job he’ll play in the side project, assuming any, additionally is not yet clear.

“Responsibility can be something that weighs on you,” Alonso added. “It can be a prison. But in the case of this show, it has been a wonderful opportunity and real cosmic magic. This team has gone above and beyond for five years and I am sending them all kisses. It is really amazing this feeling knowing that people all over the world have favorite characters and favorite quotes. This is demanding work but it is worth it because of the fans.”