Peaky Blinder which is a British crime series drama created by Steven Knight follows the story of the Shelby crime family taking place after the first world war. The background of the story is based in Birmingham, England. The frictional series about Shelby’s family is loosely based on a real 19th-century urban youth gang known by the name Birmingham. On September 12, 2013, the series premiered its first series on BBC which became a super hit instantly gathering the attention of viewers worldwide while the last series aired on August 25, 2019. The show is also featured on Netflix. Peaky Blinder has become one of the finest shows on BBC and viewers are greatly entertained by the plot and the crime sequence that take place in each of the seasons never failing to amaze the viewers.
When can we expect the Peaky Blinders Season 6?
Despite the challenging times, the show has confirmed to have renewed itself for the next season. However, a delay in the release date is highly expected due to the global pandemic situation owing to Corona Virus. Director Anthony Byrne stated in one of his interviews that filming of the upcoming series was to start at the end of March 2020 and end by July of this year. But the pandemic has halted production and filming process taking into consideration the health and the security of its actors. He further mentioned that if they start the shooting in January 2021, they wouldn’t be able to finish until June and then adding another six months of editing. This means Peaky Blinders season six may be released by the end of 2021 or early 2022.
Are we going to see our familiar faces?
Most of the previous cast members will return to reprise their roles: Cillian Murphy playing as Tommy Shelby, Paul Anderson as Arthur Shelby, Harry Kirton as Finn Shelby, Sophie Rundle as Ada Thorne, Annabelle Wallis as Grace, Natasha O’Keeffe as Lizzie Shelby, Sam Claflin as Oswald Mosley and we can also expect some more other cast members to return. Anthony Bryne also confirmed that a new female protagonist would be seen in the upcoming season. The mystery regarding this new female is yet to be discovered. Rumors are also there that Stephen Graham might appear in the upcoming season.
What will be the Peaky Blinder Season 6 be all about?
The season 5 ended pretty ambiguously with Tommy Shelby pointing a gun at his head and it has been confirmed by Anthony Byrne that season 6 would be picking up directly from this scene. Gina which is played by Anya Taylor-Joy will play a big role in the upcoming season, with Byrne confirming: “She’s a player, she’s a manipulator. She’s part of a wider plan.” With amazing twists and mind, exhausting plots speculations are high. Viewers wouldn’t be dissatisfied at all with the interesting turns in the plots which are set to drop some bombshells and will completely blow the mind.
The storyline of Peaky Blinder
“Peaky Blinders” is a gangster family epic which has it’s a gruesome connection with the underworld and is set in Birmingham, England in 1919, just after the First World War. The story centers on the Romani Peaky Blinders gang and their ambitious, torturous, and extremely cunning boss Tommy Shelby which has been played by Cillian Murphy. The gang due to its certain unavoidable mistakes and the circumstances comes to the attention of Chief Inspector Major Chester Campbell that has been played by Sam Neill, a detective in the Royal Irish Constabulary sent over by Winston Churchill from Belfast, where he had been sent to clean the entire mess of the city of the Irish Republican Army (IRA), communists, gangs and common criminals. A notoriously vicious gang of the 1920s Birmingham, England, is led by the fierce and highly powerful Tommy Shelby, a crime boss set on moving up in the world no matter whatever is going to be the cost. In season 5, as Shelby’s engagement into a small fight with the 1929 stock market crash, Tommy confronts his new threats to his power from younger family members and fascist rivals. Season 6 will reveal a lot of mystery that has been kept hanging in the air clearing the uncertainty.