The sixth season of Peaky Blinders is here. Due to a pandemic, the production schedule was delayed for almost two years. In February 2022, new episodes started airing on BBC iPlayer, with a “dark as bad screenplay” ready to tie up all the loose ends left by the cliffhanger ending of season 5.
Peaky Blinders Season 6 will be the last for showrunner Steven Knight’s BBC historical drama on TV, but a feature-length movie “set and filmed in Birmingham” will continue the plot.
We’ve gathered everything we know about the series below, from its Netflix release date to new cast members and narrative information.
Avoid spoilers for seasons 1–5. You may watch the Shelby gang’s escapades on BBC iPlayer in the UK (with a VPN) and Netflix globally.
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Peaky Blinders Season 6 Release Date
Beginning on February 27, 2022, BBC iPlayer in the UK will broadcast Peaky Blinders season 6. On June 10, fresh episodes will thereafter be available on Netflix worldwide.
Peaky Blinders Season 6 Cast
With actors like Cillian Murphy, Paul Anderson, and Sam Claflin all reprising their roles, the majority of the Shelby family is rejoining the group. In addition, Tom Hardy is back, and Stephen Graham has joined the cast. For more information on the new cast members for season 6, scroll down.
Peaky Blinders Season 6 Story
While we’ll also be seeing a lot more of Gina and her family, we can expect to see some familiar individuals picking up the pieces left by Tommy’s botched assassination attempt on Sir Oswald Mosely. We also know that the narrative would be set against the backdrop of a “looming Second World War,” as promised by Cillian Murphy, who also promised a “gothic” and “heavy” tale. Murphy has said that “a lot of [the new season] comes close to home,” despite season 6’s general political setting.
What Happens next for Peaky Blinders?
Peaky Blinders is still must-see after 5 seasons. It’s uncommon for a UK-made programme to have the legitimacy of a large-budget US drama, so it’s no surprise more big stars are appearing each season.
Peaky Blinders’ UK ratings have quadrupled since the programme started, so don’t be shocked if season 6 isn’t the last we see of the Shelbys.
We know this next season will be the show’s conclusion, but Knight has confirmed it “The TV series will finish, but the tale will continue elsewhere.”
Knight has always planned to “finish Peaky with a movie,” which is “going to happen,” so expect a feature-length Peaky Blinders adventure soon.
Expect it late. Knight said during the London Film Festival in October that he hopes to start on a Peaky Blinders movie “based in and filmed in Birmingham” following season 6’s premiere, so full-scale production won’t begin until 2023.
Murphy won’t confirm or reject his participation, telling Esquire, “I’m open.” Knight wants to, but I haven’t read anything.
Let’s finish Peaky Blinders season 6 first.
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