Netflix has announced the rise of a subsidiary series to the particularly successful "Paper House".
Later this week, the last part of the final season of the popular Spanish drama will be streamed on the streaming service, and now it seems that a new plot will soon be ready for its fans.
"The robbery may be coming to an end," it was written yesterday (Tuesday) on Netflix's official Twitter page, "but the story goes on."
From here, the company announces a series called "Berlin" that will be released in 2023.
This heist might be coming to an end, but the story continues ...
Berlin: A New Series, coming in 2023 pic.twitter.com/jMvufEArKq
- Netflix (@netflix) November 30, 2021
At this point there is no further information about the intriguing spin-off series - whether it will be an original story (i.e., one that takes place before the "House of Paper" plots), and whether it will follow Pedro Alonzo's exploits, after the end of the current series.
And while many were thrilled by the announcement, there are also those who felt it was better not to continue squeezing the juice from this TV lemon.
"You have to stop with this," read one of the comments, "do something else."
"I like the character of Berlin in 'The Paper House,'" wrote another, "but it's starting to get a little bullshit. What the hell is Berlin 2023?"
Berlin served as the leader of the bank robbers famous in the hit series, and was one of the professor's secret agents.
As mentioned, the second part of the last season of the series will air on Netflix on December 3, and the world will finally get to see how the most talked about fictional robbery in the world came about.
Alex Pina, creator of the series, promised in a recent interview that it is scheduled to end in a particularly impressive grand finale.
"The war is reaching its most extreme and animalistic stages, but it's also the biggest and most exciting season of all," he told Entertainment Weekly.
"We are moving from a chess-mat game and an intellectual strategy, to a place of war, attack and controversy."
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