Money Heist may end up on Netflix, but a spin-off show focused on the famous Berlin character has already been developed on the streaming service.

Netflix has officially commissioned a spin-off project in which actor Pedro Alonso will return to the role of Andres de Fonollos aka Berlin. The show, called Berlin, is set to begin in 2023, Deadline said.

Berlin is one of the most popular but polar characters from Money Heist, known as La Casa De Papel in Spanish. Fans thought he was handsome, agile, funny, and attractive, but deep down he was a misogynistic and violent man who was also a sexual predator. There are no details about the plot of the new show and how the producers plan to bring Berlin back, as the character died at the end of Money Heist's second season.

News of the spin-off comes as Money Heist closes the last five episodes, which fall on December 3. The Netflix series follows two robberies seized by a ragged group of thieves led by a mysterious professor (Alvaro Morte) - one at the Spanish Royal Mint and the other at a Spanish bank.

The fifth and final season of the popular Spanish series is divided into two episodes of five episodes. The top five debuted on Netflix on September 3. On the other hand, in the Korean adaptation of Money Heist, the star Squid Game Park Hae-soo will appear as Berlin. The Korean adaptation of Money Heist will be directed by Kim Hong-sun, who directed television dramas such as Guest or Voice.

Ryu Yong-jae and his team, whose credits include the original Netflix My Holo Love series and TVN's Psychopath Diary, will write the film in 12 episodes. Hae-Soo found world fame earlier this year after playing the role of Cho Sang-woo in the successful dystopian drama Squid Game.

The Korean version of Money Heist will be produced by BH Entertainment and Contents Zium.