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Peaky 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 sooner than you might think. At a panel talk at the BFI Film Festival, screenwriter Steven Knight revealed that the upcoming series is due for a springtime release, hopefully sometime between March and May next year. Knight also confirmed that the full series has nearly been shot, with the finale soon to be fully edited.
Filming for the show's sixth series began just under a year ago, and like many of our favourite 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, so today's announcement is very much a welcomed one.
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."