Peaky Blinders Series 6 Is Confirmed to Return in February 2022

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 Robert Viglasky / Netflix / courtesy Everett CollectionPeaky Blinders fans, the moment you've all been waiting for has finally arrived. At last, we have a (sort of) release date for series six, and it's actually a lot sooner than you might think. At a panel talk at the BFI Film Festival in October, screenwriter Steven Knight revealed that the upcoming series is due for an "early 2022" release, later confirmed by new cast member Conrad Khan in an interview with Radio Times. Khan said that the show "comes out, from what I last heard – I mean, these things change so quickly – I think that will come out next February, the beginning of next year." Filming for the show's sixth series began just under a year ago, and like many of our favorite TV shows, was subject to delays as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Since then, fans of the show (and of Cillian Murphy, no doubt) have been eagerly awaiting even a morsel of information about the show's return. And whilst we still don't have a set release date, a new teaser trailer released on Dec. 1 by the BBC reconfirmed that series six will most definitely hit our screens in "early 2022." It also confirms the return of one of the show's most memorable characters: Alfred "Alfie" Solomons, played by Tom Hardy. In the 10-second clip, we see Cillian Murphy as Thomas Shelby emerging from the shadows to seemingly address Alfie, who we found out was still alive last season after being shot in the face in season four. "Alfie, I think I may have written your final act," Tommy says, pointing his finger towards his nemesis. During the panel, Knight also shared some news about the potential film, saying that it'll be shot and set in Birmingham, and that "will probably be the sort of the end of the road for Peaky Blinders as we know it." View this post on Instagram

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