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The highly-anticipated sixth season of the Brummie crime drama will be its last - but it certainly seems like the finale will be filled with drama, with the arrival of new cast member Stephen Graham, as well as Tom Hardy’s Alfie Solomons returning for the final instalment.
It will also be the first series since the death of Helen McCrory, who played Peaky matriarch Polly Gray. She died in April last year at the age of 52 following a private battle with cancer.
Helen was expected to appear in series 6 which was still reportedly filming at the time of her death. It is not yet known whether the actor's death will affect the script and plot.
In a 10-second teaser released at the start of December, we saw Cillian Murphy’s Tommy Shelby striding towards Alfie, who viewers thought had been killed at the end of the fourth season.
The fifth series hinted that Alfie was alive, and we finally saw the first glimpse of his return in the dramatic finale, which showed he had survived the shooting, although he had been blinded in one eye.
Fans have been eagerly waiting a Peaky update, as it has been two years since the show last hit screens.
The show's release date has been delayed as a result of the pandemic, but filming finally wrapped in May.
Although it's the final season of the TV show, it's not the end of Peaky Blinders, with a film due to go into production in 2023.
“And then I am going to write the feature which will be set in and shot in Birmingham,” screenwriter Steven Knight confirmed earlier this year at the BFI London Film Festival.
“That will probably be the sort of the end of the road for Peaky Blinders as we know it.”
Peaky Blinders series 6 will air on BBC One later this year. You can catch up on series 1-5 on BBC iPlayer