BBC one’s top crime drama ‘Peaky Blinders’, created by Steven Knight, is being awaited for its 6th season. After the epic cliffhanger in the finale of Season 5, fans are eagerly waiting for their dose of the Shelby gang. Director Anthony Byrne has confirmed the release of season 6 of Peaky Blinders series. It has been confirmed with the recent Instagram post by him. The show is in pre-production now. He has confirmed that they prepared sets, costumes and locations but the Covid-19 pandemic halted the proceedings.
The 5th season shooted out many surprises along with the shocking return of Solomon, fans were treated with an enormous drama in the finale episode. Tommy Shelby’s plan to kill Oswald Mosley backfired as Barney was killed even before he could carry out the assassination. Meanwhile, the show ended with a bulldozer of a cliffhanger as the fate of Tommy and Shelby clan remains unknown. How do Tommy’s plans fail? Who is betraying him? Fans are expecting the answers in the upcoming season.
The main story plot will remain about the socialist fascist movements before the second world war. Stephen Knight also claimed Peaky blinders Season 6 is going to be the best yet, and if that is true, fans will experience a masterpiece.
The upcoming season may include most of the cast to return with Cillian Murphy’s Tommy Shelby to be front and centre for the new season. We’ll also see Helen McCrory playing Polly Gray, Paul Anderson playing Arthur Shelby, Sophie Rundle playing Ada Thorne, Natasha O’Keeffe playing Lizzie Shelby. Sam Claflin will come back as Oswald Mosely, as he had escaped from death. We might be experiencing more of Billy Boys. There are, however, rumours of Rowan Atkinson playing the role of Adolf Hitler in the coming season, although it has not been confirmed.
The release date for “Peaky Blinders” season 6 is yet to be announced. But fans are expecting it by 2021. Fans are expecting the show by the end of 2021. We expect the upcoming season to have 6 episodes like other seasons of the show. The episodes are aired on BBC One in the United Kingdom and on Netflix worldwide.