Peaky Blinders Season 6 is finally being teased ahead of its 2022 release, following a lengthy pandemic-related production delay.
Tommy Shelby, played by Cillian Murphy, and his gun-toting family will return for their final season, facing bigger and badder foes than ever before.
Tommy was last seen holding a gun to his own head, plagued by visions of his deceased wife.
So, where will Peaky Blinders Season 6 take the mob boss-turned-businessman, and what is the gang’s “one final deal” all about?
Everything you need to know about the upcoming final season is right here.
Peaky Blinders Season 6: What to Expect
The trailer is replete with images from World War II, including various Nazi flags and emblems.
We already saw Tommy becoming involved with the Nazi Party in Season 5, so it’s clear that World War II events will play a significant role in the final season.
Steven Knight, the show’s creator, confirmed in an interview with Empire Magazine that the sixth season will “delve into and beyond World War II.”
Apart from that, the trailer hints at more guns, more striding down filthy streets, and more wild nights for Arthur Shelby.
Ada Thorne appears to be transitioning into a more action-oriented role, as she has been spotted with a handgun on several occasions.
Tommy Shelby also warns the family in a voiceover that this “one final deal” will be “the end of us,” highlighting the show’s final season’s high stakes.
Who is the cast of Peaky Blinders Season 6?
Following a failed assassination attempt in Season 5, Cillian Murphy will reprise the lead role of Tommy Shelby opposite Sam Claflin’s Oswald Mosley.
Tom Hardy reprises his role as Jewish mob boss Alfie Solomons, Paul Anderson reprises his role as Arthur Shelby, Sophie Rundle reprises her role as Ada Thorne, Harry Kirton reprises his role as Finn Shelby, Anya Taylor Joy reprises her role as Gina Gray, and Finn Cole reprises his role as Michael Gray.
Regrettably, Polly Gray will not be returning to the show following the death of Helen McCrory.
What is the best way to watch Peaky Blinders Season 6?
It will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer, but it is unclear whether all episodes will be released simultaneously or on a weekly basis.
Peaky Blinders is currently available on both BBC iPlayer and Netflix, so you can catch up on the gang-inspired drama before the sixth and final season premieres later this year.
When will Peaky Blinders Season 6 air?
Peaky Blinders will return to BBC One on Sunday, February 27th at 9 pm.
There is no confirmation of the exact number of episodes to anticipate, but if the upcoming release follows the previous season’s pattern of six episodes per season, we can anticipate at least six.
The new season’s first episode will be titled ‘Black Day.’