Peaky Blinders season 6 trailer promises final deal for Tommy Shelby

Fans have been waiting for the final season of Peaky Blinders for a long time, and it looks like they’re coming out on a high.

Peaky Blinders will end with season 6, creator teases spin-off

Peaky blinders fans were awaiting the sixth season of the popular gangster drama with both excitement and a sense of sadness thanks to the announcement last year that this would also be the final season of the award-winning show. The New Year has come with a BBC treat as the first trailer for upcoming Season 6 has been released, giving a first look at the return of Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy and Co, with an expected release date early on. of this year.

The sixth season will apparently revolve around the Tommy Shelby story, but that doesn’t mean it’s the last we’ll see of the Peaky blinders as creator Steven Knight has previously hinted that there will be more to come, but in the form of a film set to begin production next year. He said:


“Peaky is back and with a bang. After the forced production delay due to the Covid pandemic, we find the family in extreme danger and the stakes have never been higher. We think this will be the best series of all and are sure our amazing fans will love it. As the TV series draws to a close, the story will continue in another form.

The trailer opens with Murphy’s Tommy Shelby standing in a field at night firing a machine gun into the sky and ends with Shelby’s words, “One last deal to be made, then we rest Peaky Blinders.” While the rest of the trailer gives a very brief look at some of the main characters, Nazi flags, and sound bites, it says very little about what will become of the much-loved characters as the finale unfolds. Fans are hoping their favorites will make it out alive, but with a series like this, there are no guarantees at all.

While the majority of the cast are back again, including Paul Anderson, Finn Cole and Anya Taylor-Joy with the addition of Stephen Graham, Helen McCrory, who played Aunt Polly on the show, died in April this year after. a battle with cancer at the age of 52 and according to the trailer, we do not yet know the fate of his character. Previously, Murphy had spoken of her sadness at having to film the final season without the actress when she appeared on Today FM. He commented:

“Sad for all of us who knew her, as well as those close to her and the fans. She was like the Peaky Blinders matriarch and the person I was closest to. The Polly and Tommy scenes were just some of them. of my favorite scenes on the show. It’s hopelessly sad. We’re all trying to come to terms with this. ”

Peaky blinders has been one of the biggest shows produced by the BBC over the past decade, and having also found an audience when streaming on Netflix, the sixth season will undoubtedly bring the highest ratings so far, as the past seasons have a habit of doing. Many fans are just hoping the series can avoid the disappointing ending that other longtime shows have fallen victim to and bring. Peaky blinders to a worthy conclusion.

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