‘Peaky Blinders’: BBC announces the end series after 6 seasons
‘Peaky Blinders’ had recently resumed production due to the coronavirus, but with bad news to fans.
BBC announced that’s series’ sixth season will be its last.
Created by Steven Knight, Oscar-nominated director, ‘Peaky Blinders’ tells the story of Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy). And follow his family’s rise to power throughout the city of Birmingham’s working-class post-World War I.
One of the BBC’s most successful dramas, becoming a huge international phenomenon, thrilling millions of viewers worldwide.
The show starting life on BBC 2 eight years ago, against the backdrop of working-class, post-First World War Birmingham.
Despite the announcement, the production is optimistic about a dignified closure. Tommy Bulfin, executive producer for the BBC said:
“We are very excited that filming for Peaky Blinders has begun and so grateful to everyone for all their hard work to make it happen. Steve’s scripts for series six are truly remarkable and provide a fitting send-off which we are sure will delight fans.”
The series resumed production, but there’s currently no word on when the sixth and final season will air. Tom Hardy joined the cast on Season 3. The entire series is available to stream via Netflix.
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