Netflix’s Money Heist or La Casa De Papel, which became a global sensation, is far from over. A spin-off centered on one of the series’ most popular characters, Berlin, is in the works. Netflix has confirmed that the spin-off project has been ordered, with actor Pedro Alonso reprising his role as Andres de Fonollosa, aka Berlin.
Money Heist Spin off Announcement
Netflix has announced that a Money Heist spin-off is on its way, saying “This heist might be coming to an end, but the story continues… Berlin: A New Series, coming in 2023” on December 1, 2021.
When Berlin: Money Hiest Spin Off is Coming
According to Netflix, Berlin is Coming in 2023. The Series is now in the pre-production stage.
Berlin: A New Series Cast
As the Berlin: A New Series is still in the pre-production stage, all the cast of the show is not confirmed except Pedro Alonso, who played Andrés de Fonollosa aka Berlin in the mega show Money Heist or La Casa De Papel. Here is an expected cast of Berlin:
- Pedro Alonso as Andrés de Fonollosa (Berlin)
- Álvaro Morte as Sergio Marquina (The Professor)
- Luka Peroš as Jakov
- Rodrigo de la Serna as Martín Berrote (Palermo)
- Patrick Criado as Rafael
- Diana Gómez as Tatiana
Character of Berlin in Berlin: Money Hiest Spin Off
During part 1, the police discover Berlin’s real name is Andrés de Fonollosa and that he is critically ill. Meanwhile, he begins a forceful connection with Ariadna, a hostage. Berlin sacrifices himself in the last minutes of part 2 to allow the gang to flee, dying under police fire.
Despite his demise, he emerges in a pivotal role in part 3 via flashbacks to several years previously, when he was involved in the original planning of the Bank of Spain heist and married to a woman named Tatiana. Berlin’s prior life, all of his heists, and personal life will be explored in the upcoming show Berlin: Money Heist Spin-Off.
Characterisation of Berlin
Berlin was defined by La Voz de Galicia as a “cool, captivating, brilliant, and frightening guy, an inveterate macho with serious empathy issues, a white-collar thief who despises and views his subordinates as inferior.”
Joana Oliveira of El Pas regarded Berlin as “obnoxious” and “a snob, a chauvinist, and a touch sadistic” in parts 1 and 2, in contrast to his portrayal in part 3’s flashbacks, where he appeared “much more in love and cuddly.”
Berlin is defined by actor Pedro Alonso as “cruel, heroic, and humorous all at the same time,” with Berlin’s excellent observational talents and rare knowledge of his environment adding to his character’s unique and unpredictable behavior. While Berlin possessed empathy, he lacked it regularly.
He was “deeply human and passionately zealous,” wreaking havoc in his interactions with others. According to Alonso, Berlin’s success originates from his willingness to live and “enjoy everything deeply in the present moment,” experiencing “life as a fantastic dream with incredible honesty, disregarding rules and morals.”
Berlin: A New Series Trailer
We will update Berlin trailer when it will come. Enjoy the promo of Berlin.
Este atraco llega a su fin… pero la historia continúa… Berlín 2023, solo en Netflix.
— La Casa de Papel (@lacasadepapel) November 30, 2021