The series was originally supposed to be a two-part limited series. It aired on the Spanish television network Antena 3 for 15 episodes from May 2 to November 23, 2017. Late in 2017, Netflix obtained global streaming rights. It re-cut the series into 22 shorter episodes and published them worldwide, beginning on December 20, 2017, with the first part and ending on April 6, 2018, with the second half.
Netflix revived the series in April 2018 with a slightly enhanced budget for a total of 16 new episodes. On July 19, 2019, Part 3 was released, consisting of eight episodes. Part 4 was launched on April 3rd, 2020, with eight episodes.
The same day, Money Heist: The Phenomenon (Spanish: La casa de Papel: El Fenómeno), a documentary starring the producers and cast, appeared on Netflix.
Netflix renewed the show for a fifth and final season in July 2020, which was published in two five-episode volumes on September 3 and December 3 of the same year. Money Heist: From Tokyo to Berlin, a two-part documentary starring the producers and cast, launched on Netflix the same day as Money Heist: The Phenomenon. The series was shot in the Spanish capital of Madrid. Parts of the film were shot in Panama, Thailand, Italy (Florence), Denmark, and Portugal (Lisbon).
The series won several prizes, including the 46th International Emmy Award for Best Drama Series, as well as critical acclaim for its clever plot, interpersonal dynamics, direction, and attempt to reinvent Spanish television. The anti-fascist Italian song “Bella ciao,” which appears several times in the series, was a summer smash across Europe in 2018.
By 2018, the series has become the most-watched non-English-language series on Netflix, as well as one of the most-watched programs overall, with a strong following in Mediterranean Europe and Latin America.
About Season Six
Fans have been asking if a Money Heist season 6 is in the works since the release of Money Heist Part 5 Volume 2. On December 3, 2021, Money Heist Season 5 Volume 2 was released on Netflix, putting an end to the anticipation of fans all across the world.
The robbery’s finale will be revealed in the second volume of the series, ending fans’ suspense over whether The Professor and his gang will succeed in their heist or be beaten by the cops. Money Heist, commonly known as La Casa De Papel, is a Spanish heist crime drama series about the Professor (Alvaro Morte) and his two well-planned heists on the Royal Mint of Spain and the Bank of Spain.
Money Heist will not be renewed for a sixth season. Money Heist season 5 will be the Netflix original series’ final season, which was announced last year.
After seeing Money Heist Part 5 Vol 2 on December 3, 2021, many fans will wonder if Money Heist is over or if there will be a Money Heist Season 6. Money Heist fans around the world will be disappointed to discover that the series has been cancelled for Season 6. With the publication of the Money Heist season 5 Volume 2 trailer, the show’s creators made it obvious that this will be the show’s final season.
Is the heist now complete?
Though the show will not return after the release of Money Heist Part 5 Vol 2, fans should not be afraid because the makers are developing a Netflix spinoff series focusing on the character Berlin/Andrés de Fonollosa, who plays the Professor’s brother in the show. Park Hae-soo of Squid Game will star in the Money Heist spin-off TV drama, which will launch on Netflix in 2023. A Korean adaptation of the series is also in the works, with Squid Game’s Park Hae-soo starring.
Is there a Money Heist 2 in the works?
Yes! A Money Heist spinoff is in the works at Netflix. The story will be set in Berlin, according to Deadline (Pedro Alonso). The working title is Berlin. We don’t know what the spinoff will be about or who will be involved. Without a doubt, it will be a prequel. We’re hoping to see other Money Heist characters in the new Netflix original series.
The Money Heist offshoot Berlin’s release date has been set.
Netflix has yet to announce the official release date for Berlin or Money Heist Season 6. Berlin, on the other hand, will be available on Netflix in 2023. Netflix announced the spinoff and its release year in a tweet before to the release of Money Heist season 5 in December 2021.
So far, only one cast member for La Casa De Papel or Money Heist Season 6 has been revealed: Pedro Alonso, who will play Berlin in the new series.
The Berlin Synopsis
Because Netflix hasn’t released much about the Berlin synopsis, we couldn’t read it yet. We can only suppose it will be about his life before the robbery at the Royal Mint of Spain in Money Heist. The spin-off might also go deeper into Berlin’s love interest, Tatiana, and their marriage. Rafael, his son, was first revealed to us in the series’ final season. More of those characters are expected to appear in the forthcoming season, according to fans.
Money Heist Season 6 spin-off series Money Heist: Berlin is generating a lot of buzz, but fans will have to wait until 2023 to see it on Netflix.