The premiere date has yet to be announced, but it has been teased for early 2022.
Peaky Blinders, the award-winning period gangster saga, will end with its sixth season in less than a year. The BBC released the first trailer for the final season a few hours ago, giving the series' rabid global fanbase a New Year's treat. The premiere date has yet to be announced, but it has been teased for early 2022 in the trailer.
Cillian Murphy reprises his role as Tommy Shelby, who is looking for a way to put the titular Birmingham-based clan to rest. Among those returning are Tom Hardy, Paul Anderson, Finn Cole, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Sophie Rundle. Stephen Graham also makes an appearance, while Helen McCrory, who died in April last year, is not shown in the trailer. Fans have to wait to see what happens to her character, Aunt Polly.
Steven Knight, the show's creator and writer, previously stated that for the sixth season, Peaky Blinders is back and with a bang. Following the forced production halt caused by the COVID pandemic, they found the family in grave danger, and the stakes have never been higher. Knight believes this will be the best series yet, and they are confident that their devoted fans will enjoy it. He also assured us that while the TV show will be ending, the story will continue in another form.
Peaky Blinders' sixth season is written by Knight, while Anthony Byrne returns as director after helming season five to critical acclaim and Nick Goding produces. Caryn Mandabach, Knight, Jamie Glazebrook, David Mason, Byrne, and Murphy serve as executive producers.
The beloved drama, created and entirely written by Knight, first premiered eight years ago, winning the BAFTA for Best Drama in its fourth season. It moved to BBC One in 2019 with an audience of over seven million. It is available on Netflix India.