The final season of Peaky Blinders coming soon

The final season of the hit gangster series arrives on February 27.This season will have six episodes, and fans around the world can’t wait for the release of episodes that will reveal the fate of Tommy and his team.

The final season of Peaky Blinders coming soon

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Peaky Blinders is a popular British crime drama. These television series are created by Steven Knight. The series follows the criminal gang in the direct aftermath of the First World War.

The sixth and also the last season of this hit series will start broadcasting on February 27 on BBC One. Now we know that this season will have six episodes. Fans all around the world are delighted and they can’t wait for the release of episodes that will reveal the fate of Tommy and his team. The trailer for the sixth season was released a month ago and has been viewed ten million times so far.

"I'll really cry when the last season finally comes out", "Jewel among the series. No matter how many series you've watched, if you did not this one, your list is not complete. Legendary series", "Best series ever", "I've watched all five seasons so far twice. This is just a masterpiece, "I'm very excited, I can't wait to watch the new season, "are just some of the comments below the trailer.

The announcement features key characters from the series, Thomas, Arthur, and Ada Shelby, Alfie Solomons, Lizzie Stark, Michael and Gina Gray, and the last villain Oswald Mosley, who is also Thomas' political opponent. 

Although it was announced that the final season will be shown on the BBC, the seasons announced so far are also available on Netflix, but it is not yet known whether the sixth season will be broadcast on that streaming platform.

By the way, the series continues after Thomas Shelby, played by Cillian Murphy, became a member of the British Parliament in the fifth season, and his plans were thwarted by a pro-fascist MP Oswald Mosley, played by Sam Claflin. The last Shelby scene that fans were able to see was the one in which he pointed a gun at his own head.
Recall, the series aired in 2013 on BBC Two, and after four seasons it was transferred to BBC One. The plot is set in the time after the First World War and follows the infamous gang in Birmingham, England. After the sixth season, a film is planned, and it is assumed that filming will begin in 2023.