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Money Heist filming halted as Berlin star details on-set chaos: 'We couldn't finish'

The third season of Money Heist came after Netflix saw a surge in interest in the Spanish series and bosses asked for another run if episodes. Creator Alex Pina came up with one of the most ambitious heists on the Bank of Spain and it wasn’t long before the cast were back on set filming. However, as they returned for season three and four, they were shocked by how popular the series had become as fans flocked to filming locations.

In Money Heist: The Phenomenon, a special episode dedicated to the success of La Casa De Papel, it was revealed filming had to be stopped during key scenes.

The narrator of the episode explained: “When we started filming again, we realised for the first time how much our lives had changed. This was fame.”

Fans of the show were then given an insight into what is like when the cast film in famous locations like the Duomo Square in Florence, which saw The Professor (played by Alvaro Morte) meet up with his brother Berlin (Pedro Alonso).

Pedro commented: “When we got to Duomo Square, which was our first filming location, it was already full of people.

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“We couldn’t finish filming,” Pedro explained.

The narrator continued: “We had to stop filming. A tragedy. We ended up hiding out in a building.

“There was no way we could continue.”

Jesús was seen telling the cast: “It’s packed. There are 4,000 people in the square right now.”

When the cast arrived at Plaza Michelangelo in Florence for another scene in the city, they found even more fans waiting for them.

Fortunately, this time Pedro and Alvaro waited until they had finished filming before they spoke to the fans.

Again, the duo were surrounded by fans making it difficult to get off set.

Money Heist seasons 1-4 are available to stream on Netflix now.



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