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Berlin reaffirms its success by confirming its season 2 on Netflix

Money Heist has no limits.

Berlin reaffirms its success by confirming its season 2 on Netflix
Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

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Money Heist is one of the most incredible phenomena that has ever happened on Netflix. From being a series with moderate success on Spanish television, it became a global mass triumph thanks to Ted Sarandos’ streaming platform. It was such a success that more and more seasons were confirmed because of it, until it reached a final that, despite everything, could not be stretched any further.

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But Netflix wasn’t going to leave it at that, of course. They had another ace up their sleeve: a spin-off about Berlin, one of the most beloved (and hated) characters by the audience. Berlin had a spectacular past before arriving at Money Heist, and it was time to portray it. They did so a couple of months ago with the first season of their own series, and now it has just been confirmed that it will have a second season.

A new mission for an unusual group of thieves

After the success of Berlin, Netflix has commissioned Vancouver Media to produce the second season of the series. And it’s no wonder. During its premiere week, Berlin was the most-watched series on Netflix. It reached the Top 10 in 91 countries, a milestone only matched by Money Heist. But since then, it has remained in the Top 10 of non-English language series for 7 consecutive weeks.

For the return of Berlin, all the ingredients from the first season are present. In addition to Pedro Alonso as the protagonist, Michelle Jenner returns as Keila, Tristán Ulloa as Damián, Begoña Vargas as Cameron, Julio Peña Fernández as Roi, and Joel Sánchez as Bruce. The whole team is back, and their mission is going to be much more difficult than before.

Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

Cultural journalist specialized in film, series, comics, video games, and everything your parents tried to keep you away from during your childhood. Also an aspiring film director, screenwriter, and professional troublemaker.

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