Álex Pina
Tamara Arranz

Vancouver Media


Bowing April 2020, “Money Heist: Part 4” (“La Casa de Papel”) was watched by 65 million Netflix households in its first four weeks, making the streamer’s top-10 list in 62 countries for a month. Part 5 — the last — started production in August, and no other non-English-language series is so anticipated, except perhaps Netflix’s “Sky Rojo,” again from Pina and regular co-creator Esther Martínez-Lobato. The wrap — a woman-hunt thriller mixing hedonism and aesthetics while doubling down on the reality of prostitution — will embrace the full-on action, narrative experiment and framing of social issues of its predecessors. It’s safe to say the series will go out with a bang, as the future of Spanish-language shows as a growing SVOD alternative to U.S. content hinges on Pina delivering more home runs.



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Netflix to Launch Korean Version of 'Money Heist' Hit Spanish Series

Netflix to Launch Korean Version of 'Money Heist' Hit Spanish Series

Netflix is to create a Korean version of its own Spanish-language action thriller series “Money Heist” (“La Casa de Papel”). The production is to be a collaboration between BH Entertainment and Contents Zium.The Korean adaptation of “Money Heist” will be directed by Kim Hong-sun, who has helmed TV dramas like “The Guest,” “Voice” and “Black.” Ryu Yong-jae and his team, whose credits include the Netflix original series “My Holo Love” and tvN series “Psychopath Diary,” are set as screenwriters for...


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