Birmingham gangster action after its fifth season has us reeling back for more. A large number of fans await the next season of Peaky Blinders on Netflix.
PLOT AND STORY: What will Season 6 Bring?
With the failure to dethrone the fascist leader, Tommy Shelby is at a dead end. With such a plot twist at the end of the fifth season, we can look forward to an exciting season 6 that may play with challenges to keep the show as exciting as ever. While the admission of guilt by Will Finn for the murder of Oswald Mosley came as a shock to all, the implications that this is going to have on tom Shelby will be the core of the sixth season. Polly leaving Shelby’s company after the passing of her fiancé can bring interesting levels to the storyline.
An open conclusion to the fifth season finale has us in suspense, wanting to know more. With a million questions buzzing in our minds, we are not getting answers to these anytime soon. What is going to be Tommy Shelby’s further course of action?
RELEASE DATE: When can we
For all ‘Peaky Blinders’ fans, the wait is still on for the sixth season. The script for season 6 is nearing completion. The criminal gang is expected to be back with a bang in late 2020 or 2021.
CAST: Who can we expect to come back?
While the cast for season 6 is yet to be confirmed, we can be sure that Cillian Murphy will be playing Tommy Shelby again. Alongside we can expect Paul Anderson (Arthur Shelby), Sophie Rundle (Ada Thorne, and Harry Kirton (Finn Shelby). There is a chance that Arthur’s wife, cast by Kate Philips, will not return. Other cast members may include Charlie Murphy (Jessie Eden), Ned Dennehy (Charlie), Ian Peck (Curly) Packy Lee (Johnny Dogs), and Benjamin Zephaniah (Jeremiah Jesus). There is a possibility that Alfie Solomons (Tom Hardy) might reappear.
IT DOESN’T END HERE
Fans can look forward to a seventh season too!
Stephen intends to make the series a story of a family that transpires between two wars. He estimates that the completion of the same will require the series to stretch up to seven seasons at this point. BBC has not confirmed the affirmation of two more seasons after the fifth by the creator of the series, Stephen Knight