Netflix gave us our first clue of season five part two in a short teaser, with the clip appearing behind the words "The End" – just to spice it up.
An inciting clip from part two was released during Netflix's TUDUM event, displaying a rather subdued team reasoning how to get the gold out of the bank.
Netflix dropped a full-length trailer for part two in November 2021, and it really does not look good for The Professor and his jumpsuit team who appear to find themselves ambushed. We're also a bit concerned by the choice of a Band of Horses song called The Funeral.
Money Heist season five is the final display for the series, but a new series starring Pedro Alonso, who played Berlin on the crime role, has been confirmed by Netflix.
Berlin: A New Series is set to premiere in 2023 and will see Alonso replay his role of jewel thief Andrés de Fonollosa.
The actor revealed of the news: “I’m so excited about it. I am very grateful to be able to connect with people across the globe and receive so much attention and such an unforgettable time.
"We started this series walking into the unknown and we have been Victorious ever since. You fans are our motivation and thank you for that.”
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