When is Peaky Blinders season 6 on TV?

EVERYONE’S favourite Netflix gangsta drama is set to return this month for season 6

The Netflix series has become the world's most popular show on Netflix in 24 countries worldwide and is finally back for its last and final season.

When is Peaky Blinders season 6 on TV?

Peaky Blinder season six has been confirmed to air February 2022.

So far, we know that episode one of the new series will be titled 'Black Day’.

We can expect that the final series will have six episodes, following the same pattern as the last five seasons.

Once the series has aired on the BBC, they will be available on Netflix six months later.

Is season 6 the final series of Peaky Blinders?

Season six will be the last and final season of Peaky Blinders.

Although this may be the last season of the popular BBC drama, it’s confirmed that a Peak Blinders feature film is on its way after the show creator, Steven Knight, told Variety: “I am going to write the feature which will be set in and shot in Birmingham and that will probably be the sort of the end of the road for ‘Peaky Blinders’ as we know it.”

If all goes to plan, this movie will go into production in 2023.

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Will Helen McCrory be in it?

Sadly, Helen McCrory will not be appearing in the last season of Peaky Blinders as she passed away April 2021.

McCrory aged 52 starred as Tommy Shelby’s aunt Polly Gray.

She was well known for her work in the Harry Potter films and Penny Dreadful among her many roles.

Her husband, Damian Lewis, shared the news on Twitter.

In the piece, Murphy also revealed that McCrory would not be appearing in the sixth season, sharing: "She would have been in series six if the pandemic hadn't put everything on hold. We were just five days away from shooting in March 2020 when the lockdown was announced."

Creator Steven Knight also released a statement, saying: "She was right at the heart [of the show]. There are three central characters—she was one of them. And it’s a challenge, and was a challenge, to keep going with the story without her. But we knew that she would have wanted that to continue. So that’s what we did."

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