When a series as great as Peaky Blinders left us hanging at the finale, we can not ask for a sequel. Moreover, Season Five left us with the biggest cliffhanger ever. Who rattled out gang leader Tom Shelby? We don’t usually see this kind of cliffhanger in TV dramas. Even, director Anthony Byrne, admits that it is rather unusual.
We already knew we would have to wait for quite a long time for a new season. But with all this pandemic situation, it seems to be even longer. We will have to wait for Peaky Blinders Season 6 to know who betrayed Tom Shelby (Cillian Murphy) to Oswald Mosley (Sam Claflin).
So, if you are in search of all the details about Peaky Blinders 6, you have come to the right place. Continue reading to get all the deets.
Peaky Blinders Season 6 Updates
BBC has hinted that the sixth installment of the award-winning series might release in 2021. Over the years, Peaky Blinders have witnessed a string of guest Stars. Sam Neill, Aidan Gillen, and Adrien Brody have made their appearance in the show. It has been in the air that Julia Roberts is going to join the show’s cast in Season 6.
Rumors About Peaky Blinders Season 5 ending
At the finale, we found Shelby pointing his pistol to his head. But, we know he won’t meet his end just yet. However, the show is known for killing off big characters, remember John Shelby.
With all this drama about the cliffhanger, creators gave us some relief. It was discussed that the flow of the series will be the same as in past seasons. With a start, middle and end, and then it would begin again and jump to a few years later. Moreover, they promised to provide a definitive and clear justification for the ending.
Even, the fanatics have tried to guess the betrayer. Fingers have been pointed to Billy Grade (Emmett J. Scanlan) and Tommy’s loyal compadre Barney Thompson (Cosmo Jarvis). Also, it is being speculated that the opportunists Michael (Finn Cole) and Gina Gary (Anya Taylor-Joy) screwed over the gang leader.
Too bad that we have to wait for a whole year to get the secret out, courtesy coronavirus.