Peaky Blinders Season 6 updates: Yeah, if we are writing an article about Peaky Blinders, we can’t start the article without mentioning that line. Well, we have watched the five amazing seasons until now. We all have loved our beloved Tommy Shelby and all the peaky brothers. Peaky Blinders is one of the most top-rated British drama with a massive rating of 8.8 out of 10 on IMDb. Also, Cillian Murphy, who plays the lead role of Tommy Shelby received a massive increase in fan following because of his brilliant acting.
This Is What We Know Far…
Now, the show has stopped it’s shooting in between due to the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, due to that, they have to stop the ongoing series after the fifth season. Fans have been wondering when they will resume the shooting and they will get to see more stuff from Peaky Blinders.
And also the fifth season ended by a cliffhanger. In which Tommy was aiming at his pistol at his head. We don’t know yet what is going to happen next. Well, in this article we will cover all the details of Season 6.
Expected Release Date And The Plot of Season 6
Recently, the director of this show Anthony Byrne revealed various details that we must know about the sixth season.
In an interview, He said: I like the supernatural element. “Is Tommy cursed?” In other words, is everything predestined, are lives already mapped out? Do you have free will or not?
He further added, “Tommy sometimes feels that he doesn’t because it seems that everything is destined to stop him or move him in a particular direction. It’s the same with the whole family. I explore that more in the next season.
The above statements tell you that the next season may contain a high volume of the supernatural stuff. Surely, this will be going to add many more flavors to the show. Next, he spoke about the date from when the production will resume. And also the expected release date of the show.
He said, “In an ideal world it would be great to be prepping again towards the end of the year to start shooting early next year. That feels achievable, whether that’s true or not, I have no idea.”
He further added, “If we did start shooting in January we wouldn’t finish until May or June, and then it’s another six months of editing.”
Anthony now talked about the resume of production, saying, “There’s definitely a way to do it and that’s what a lot of this downtime has been about. He said they’re now ‘days away’ from starting production and added that he was glad they hadn’t begun before the set was shut down in March.”