After Peaky Blinders season five finale bombshell, it was just right the BBC agreed to make a season six to answer all the questions which have been bothering us since it aired in September 2019, like who the hell betrayed Tommy Shelby? Here’s what we know about the upcoming series…
Who’ll star in Peaky Blinders season 6?
After the season five cliffhanger which ended with Tommy pointing a gun in his head after the assassination plot went wrong, you can expect Cillian Murphy back in the lead role. Line of Duty celebrity Stephen Graham also revealed he is going to soon be starring in the new year.
Sam Claflin’s Oswald Mosley is also returning, with director Anthony Byrne stating the season will be introducing more characters linked to the MP. He also revealed fans could expect to see more of Gina Gray’s family, which is where Graham may come in.
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“Gina, and whoever her family are, will make themselves understood, Oswald Mosley and some people around him and his world,” Byrne said on BBC Sounds’ Obsessed With Peaky Blinders podcast.
What will the Peaky Blinders season 6 plot be about?
We know Gina (played with Anya Taylor-Joy) will play a huge part in the upcoming season, with Byrne adding to GQ: “She’s a player, she’s a manipulator. She is a part of a broader plan.”
It’s also guaranteed to deliver some more bombshells if those comments in the manager are anything to go by: “I checked my email and episode one of season 6 had only arrived and I went’Oh f**k, would you wish to know what happens after what we’ve just watched?’
When will Peaky Blinders season 6 be on TV?
Filming was due to start in March 2020 and the series would have probably aired in ancient 2021 however production was suspended on account of the coronavirus pandemic.