Season 6 of Peaky Blinders is ready to premiere with a bang after a cliffhanger finale in season 5 had fans
scratching their heads for explanations – but we'll have to wait a bit.
The dramatic conclusion to the most recent installment threw a spanner in the works of the renowned series' self-contained structure, which has seen Tommy Shelby and co. embark on season-to-season escapades. The back-to-back season experiences of Tommy Shelby and the group have existed practically independent of one another from the show's beginning in 2013. After Tommy's violent madness and Oswald Mosely's narrow escape, viewers are excited to see the show resume after a five-season hiatus. Peaky Blinder's 6th season launch date has been pushed back to early 2021 due to a slew of Covid-related issues, but we've got a good idea of when the Birmingham-based Shelby gang would be back to inflict more havoc. Furthermore, with an allegedly "f**king strong" screenplay in the works, we're anticipating – and guessing – how the series will unfold We have compiled everything we notice about Peaky Blinders season 6 thus far, from the expected launch date to the original cast members. In case if you need to keep away from
spoilers for seasons 1-5, proceed with precaution. Peaky Blinders season sixth release date has been moved. The
tale will start up where it left off, with Cillian Murphy reprising his role as Tommy Shelby, Paul Anderson reprising
his role as Arthur Shelby, Finn Cole reprising his role as Michael Gray, and Sophie Rundle reprising her role as Ada
Thorne. Polly Gray's actress Helen McCrory died unexpectedly in April. While McCrory's involvement was
supposed to last until the conclusion of the show's run, it's unclear whether he had shot any sequences. The BBC has yet to issue a remark on the matter.