After putting the audience through a long waiting phase of two and a half years, BBC One has finally fixed a premiere date for the final and sixth season of Peaky Blinders. The official announcement came last morning in Birmingham, rooted to the fictional Shelby clan, through a 42-foot high mural looming over Digbeth’s Old Crown.
BBC One will premiere the final season for six episodes on consecutive Sundays on the popular streaming platform, BBC. The show will premiere in the streaming giant Netflix outside the UK too, however, no official date regarding the same hasn’t been confirmed yet.
Peaky Blinders Season 6: Release Date
Peaky Blinders Season 6 will be released in the UK on February 27th, Sunday on BBC One.
How Many Episodes will the Show Have?
The upcoming show will feature a total of six episodes.
When will Peaky Blinders Season 6 Hit Netflix?
Right at this moment, there isn’t any confirmation date regarding the show’s release on Netflix. However, the platform usually receives the show episodes usually six weeks after the original release concerning the streaming agreement of both the companies.
Fans would see Cillian Murphy getting back as Tommy Shelby. Tom Hardy, Finn Cole, Paul Anderson, Anaya Taylor, Sophie Rundle are returning as the main cast. Co-star Helen McCrory passed away last year in April. The fortune of her aunt Polly was not revealed in the trailer.
Creator and writer Steven Knight previously stated that Peaky is back with a bang for the sixth season. He added that after the delay in production due to the Covid pandemic, the family is in extreme jeopardy and the stakes have never been greater. Knight staunchly believed this is going to be the best season and fans will absolutely love it.