It might be a little while until Peaky Blinders Series 6 arrives on our screens, but Sam Claflin (who plays Oswald Mosley) has given us a little insight into what we can expect.
"I can't talk about my specific storylines, but I have seen scripts and they're very, very, very juicy. I know they're keen to get up and running as soon as it's safe. It's something I'm very keen to get back to," he explained.
"There's nothing concrete in the diary yet, but I'm chomping at the bit to get back to it because of where we left it and where I know it's going."
After the cliffhangers in Series 5, it makes sense that the sixth instalment would be filled with drama. To recap, (spoilers ahead FYI) Series 5 saw Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) take on a new enemy in Oswald Moseley, the cunning leader of the British Union of Fascists.
It ended with Tommy running out on to his field with a gun held to his head - now that's a cliffhanger!
The new series is expected to unveil what happens to Tommy from the offset, with director Anthony Byrne explaining to Digital Spy that the first episode of Series 6 picks up from where it left off.
"Yeah, it picks up directly," he said. "So, the very first image you will see will be back in that field... Tommy, with a gun to his head.
"Then, we will move on from there, we resolve that amazing moment... it's great."
As per, the new series will also be making a time jump, five years on from Series 5, so it's expected once Tommy's cliffhanger is resolved, the show will move forward into 1934.
Although the sixth instalment was expected to air in 2021, delays due to the pandemic mean it's likely to be pushed back even further.
Let's face it though - it'll defo be worth the wait!
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