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Money Heist season 3: Is Berlin really dead in La Casa de Papel?

6 monthes ago   |   By Daily Express

MONEY HEIST season 3 on Netflix has finally been released with eight new episodes for fans to binge. The third part brings all of the surviving gang back together again, including one of the best-loved characters Berlin. But what really happened to him in the series and could we see him again?
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Money Heist season 3 ending explained: What happened at the end of La Casa de Papel?

Money Heist season 3 ending explained: What happened at the end of La Casa de Papel?

6 monthes ago   |   By Daily Express

MONEY HEIST season 3 finally dropped on Netflix on Friday, July 19 after fans waited for two years for another outing. The dramatic series followed the gang as they reunited for another heist to raid the gold of the Bank of Spain. But, what happened at the end of the La Casa De Papel part 3?
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