Peaky Blinders season 5 showed us Tommy Shelby in constant conflict with the memories of his late wife, Grace (Annabelle Wallis) and continuously plotting to retain his “crown.”
The Peaky Blinders season 5 finale ends with a dark hue that shows an uncertain future at Manchester and promises many exciting developments for season 6.
Creator Knight has confirmed that Peaky Blinders has been renewed for season 6, and possibly a season 7. Here’s everything to expect from Peaky Blinders season 6.
When will it be issued?
Neither BBC One nor Netflix have announced an official date for the sixth instalment of Peaky Blinders. However, it is estimated to be filmed in early 2021 although it is expected to premiere in May.
Who will be in the sixth season?
Given that season 5 ended on suspense, Peaky Blinders is expected to see every significant player’s return in current history or at least the ones that are still alive.
Of course, an exception must be made for Annabelle Wallis, who has continued to appear as Tommy’s hallucinations. It has been confirmed that Stephen Graham will join Peaky Blinders’ cast, but it is still uncertain what role he will play.
How will the sixth instalment progress?
In the future, Tommy may rely on family loyalty. Still, the old ways of doing business are on the wane, as evidenced by Michael’s proposal to restructure Peaky Blinders’ family business structure.
In season 6 of Peaky Blinders, Tommy’s family and friends will likely question his leadership and possibly even his sanity. As various enemies resurface and new threats emerge.
Tommy must decide if he wants to be Tommy Shelby, the Peaky Blinders leader, or if he wants to be “Mr Jones”, a name of a dead man, all for the good of the business.