Back in October 2022, Netflix released a character introduction guide to the characters that will be part of its upcoming Money Heist spinoff series, Money Heist: Berlin. And today, the streaming platform released a new first look clip of the show.
The trailer does not give away too much information about the show. Instead, it uses the same style as it did with the former Money Heist intro clips, with The Professor (played by Álvaro Morte) placing some things on a model of the building they were trying to rob.
This time around, however, Berlin (played by Pedro Alonso) takes over as he places a car in front of the Chez Vienot (Maison des Enchéres) and a figure of a uniformed man in another area. The clip then highlights to a vault where a red gem is placed inside. Berlin picks up this gem and carefully holds it up to assess it before his attention is distracted by a woman in the cardboard model. The screen then switches to the show's title with a December release date.
When Is Money Heist: Berlin Coming Out?
No exact release date has been announced. But based on the short clip, we should see the show come out in December 2023.
Who Will Be in Money Heist: Berlin?
We already know the titular character, played by Alonso, will be part of this show. The character guide also introduces us to five new characters named Keila, Cameron, Roi, Damián, and Bruce. We'll also likely see The Professor (Morte) return since he plays Berlin's brother in the show.
You can watch both trailer clips here:
Money Heist: Berlin is coming out in December 2023.
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