Berlin, the filming of the spin-off of La casa di Carta will begin on 3 October

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There are events that fans of TV series would never want to miss and one of these was the auction that was held in Madrid, which saw the screenplay of Berlinlo long-awaited spin-off de The House of Paper. The prequel to the Spanish series will actually go into production next October 3rd with the start of filming. Too bad that the auction was just a ploy to launch the new series, expected for next year on Netflix (it will also be visible on Sky Q and via the app on Now Smart Stick). The press conferences de The House of Paper they are always extraordinarily original and unique, different from everything else and trace the genius behind the writing of the TV series and the spin-off.

The press conference

Stage an auction for the sale of the script of Berlin it was a real theatrical coup for the production. Obviously, it was all fake but the script was really there, kept under lock and key inside a display case on stage. But when the lights went out for a moment, the package was no longer in its case but in the hands of Berlin, who took the stage to steal the film script. Netflix once again managed to amaze and launch the announcement of the start of the filming of one of its most cult series with an event destined to be remembered. The start has been set for October 3 and the plot already promises to attract the attention of millions of fans of the events in Berlin.

The plot of Berlin

As everyone knows, The House of Paper is a very successful Spanish series, which for most of the episodes was set in Spain. However, for the spin-off it was decided to change and set the events of Berlin in Paris. A total of 8 episodes created by Esther Martínez Lobato and Álex Pina, also signs de The House of Paper. The actors are already on the set to carry out some rehearsals but the first real take will be given on Monday. As explained by the writers, at the center of the plot of Berlin there is what they themselves call the “golden age” of the protagonist, when he had not yet been struck by the terminal illness that, in the original series, leads to his death.