The fans of Peaky Blinders were left on a huge cliffhanger last summer when Tommy Shelby was seen pointing a gun to his head.
Director Anthony Byrne has given fans some new information about what they can expect with season 6 just around the corner. The drama airs on BBC and the show Peaky Blinders has been gripping viewers since 2013 and with a sixth season returning to filming imminently, fans of the gang-inspired show will be desperate to know what lies ahead for their favorite characters.
In a Q&A which was held recently season five and six’s director Anthony gave some huge hints to fans about how might look when the upcoming season returns – including divulging how long it would be before Tommy Shelby’s (played by Cillian Murphy) fate was confirmed.
Tommy Shelby was seemingly choosing to take his own life last year as the viewers as witnessed lead character.
Tommy was left humiliated and was left struggling to cope with the fallout after his plan to assassinate rival Oswald Mosley (Sam Claflin) was foiled.
Before appearing to choose a tragic fate the final few tense moments of season five saw Tommy running through a misty field with an illusion of Grace.
A very definitive answer was given by him to the viewers when asked about whether season six would pick up directly from where viewers were left or whether there would be a time jump. He said I know the answer… I’m thinking,” making sure not to give too much away.
Several other plots of the show are required to be addressed. after some big changes were beginning to be put into motion after Aunt Polly (Helen McCrory) announced she was stepping down from the family business.
Peaky Blinders seasons 1-5 can be streamed on BBC iPlayer as well as Netflix now.