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Money Heist Spin-off Berlin’s Cast Released, Series To Get Brand New Gang

Berlin prequel cast revealed

Netflix has revealed the cast for the Money Heist spin-off project Berlin. The film is to go on the floor in October 2022. Prequel Berlin will show Pedro Alonso, a sharp jewel thief Andrés de Fonollosa, AKA Berlin with a brand new gang, who are all set for Money Heist events in the series. 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the prequel series will recount the incredible heists carried out before the original show. 

Berlin Prequel Cast Revealed

The cast includes Michelle Jenner (The Cook of Castamar), who will play electronics specialist Keila, and Tristán Ulloa (Warrior Nun) emerges as Damián, Berlin’s confidant and philanthropic professor. Begoña Vargas plays the unstable Cameron, Julio Peña Fernández (Through My Window) appears as Roi, while Joel Sánchez is cast as Bruce, a relentless man of action. 

Money Heist makers Esther Martínez Lobato and Álex Pina penned the prequel, the series will have eight episodes. During a Netflix event in Madrid Martínez Lobato spoke about the prequel story. He pointed out that they loved the idea of introducing a new gang around Berlin in a completely distinct emotional state”. Money Heist creators also spoke about Alonso’s Berlin’s character and why the spinoff is based on his life. They claimed that Berlin is the most sparkling personality of the original Money Heist. 


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The eight-episode season of Berlin is co-written by David Oliva, David Berrocal, Lobato, and Pina. The directors will be Geoffrey Cowper, Barrocal, and Albert Pinto. On October 3, Berlin will start filming in Paris. Most of the series will be shoot in Madrid and the French capital Paris, as per a report. 

The original show Money Heist was well received by the audience globally. Spanish title- La Casa de Papel became Netflix’s most-watched non-English language series across the world. The theme song Bella Ciao, popularly known as an Italian protest song also made around on the internet. The various version in different regional languages were produced taking the music of it. Makers feel the Berlin prequel will make a similar buzz as the story is going to be interesting and power-packed with action.