Find out when Peaky Blinders season 6 will be released, as well as the cast, trailer, and plot.
The return of the Red Right Hand will be warmly welcomed by Peaky Blinders fans, but when will season six begin?
Peaky Blinders has been off the air for three years, with the fifth series premiering in 2019.
However, the wait is nearly over, as Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) will be returning to BBC One.
Here’s everything we know about the final season of Peaky Blinders so far.
The premiere date for Peaky Blinders season six has yet to be announced.
Filming for the final series has been significantly delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, the drama’s creator, Steven Knight, has already stated that it will return in early 2022, so there shouldn’t be much longer to wait.
This article will be updated as more information becomes available.
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Of course, Irish actor Cillian Murphy will reprise his role as Tommy Shelby for the final time.
Murphy has also appeared in Dunkirk, The Dark Knight Rises, and A Quiet Place Part II.
He’ll be joined by Alfie Solomons, played by Tom Hardy from Venom, Anya Taylor-Joy from The Queen’s Gambit, and Sophie Rundle from Gentleman Jack.
On the streets of Birmingham, fans can expect to see some new faces.
Stephen Graham, who starred in the HBO series Boardwalk Empire, will join the cast of This Is England for Season 6.
There has been speculation that he will play American gangster Al Capone, but the creators have remained tight-lipped about his role thus far.
Amber Anderson, who has appeared in Emma, Your Highness, and White Lie, will join him on set.
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On New Year’s Day, the first trailer for the upcoming season was released.
Tommy starts the trailer by shooting bullets into the air, and actor Graham, Taylor-Joy, and Sam Claflin as Oswald Mosley make cameo appearances.
“You have a very powerful enemy,” Tommy says in a voiceover at the end of this teaser.
This is the situation.
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