Peaky Blinders: Final Season Trailer Heralds An Epic Ending

There is less left for us to say goodbye to the Peaky Blinders. The fumes from Birmingham’s new factories have given way to automobiles, and the hangover from the First World War has been diluted in the tension that prepares us for the Second. The most feared family in the Middlands has spread across the map and is preparing to say goodbye.

We still do not have the release date of the sixth and final season of Peaky Blinders, but we know that it will take place early this year. Possibly before the end of January.

Meanwhile, the BBC has already shared the first trailer, and promises to be as tense as a good day with the Shelby family.

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The fifth season culminated with Tommy (Cillian Murphy) wrestling with his post-traumatic stress disorder brought on by the war and making his way into the London House of Commons. Your relationship with Osward Mosley (Sam Claflin), after the failed attack, is more rarefied than ever and, with World War II on the horizon and Mosley advocating for the Nazi movement, the concern grows that we will find Tommy again involved in a war. This time, on the losing side.

The fifth season also left us in suspense regarding the Michael and Gina Gray’s secret plan (Anya Taylor-Joy). If we are guided by their presence in the trailer, this couple will be one of the main plots in the next episodes. The relevance it acquires has also drawn attention There is, a strong leftist revolutionary, in the clip; and the resurrection of Alfie Solomons (Tom Hardy), who returns with one less eye, but still promises to be the best-liked traitor of all time.

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By last, The trailer features the latest addition to Peaky Blinders, Stephen Graham, whom we see at gunpoint just after we hear him say “I heard there are some men in Birmingham looking for me.” The one that has not appeared in all the minute and a half has been Helen McCrory (who plays Aunt Polly), who died in April this year during filming, a victim of cancer.

The sixth season will put end to the reign of the Peaky Blinders on the small screen. However, Steven Knight has already advanced that fiction will close with a movie. The film will begin shooting in 2023, so we will still have to wait until the end of 2024 to say that about “In the bleak midwinter”.

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