BBC’s Peaky Blinders is one of those good shows which passed under everyone’s radar as it was not getting much notice. Later, when the show arrived on the streaming giant Netflix, it quickly became the talk of the town after it was applauded for being so great as it got flourished throughout the internet.
This series soon became one of the best series to come out on the streaming platform featuring an ensemble cast. Peaky Blinders followed a story set in Birmingham in the year 1918, England, where Thomas Shelby leads a dangerous gang going by the name of Peaky Blinders.
In contrast, he was hunted by Chester Campbell, an inspector, who is on the verge of taking down Tom Shelby and his gang to end the Peaky Blinders and their criminal activities.
The series has spawned five seasons and all with critical acclaim and applauded by many fans around the world. Recently, the series went back into its production after a delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic and have already started working on the upcoming season 6 and the final season even though there was a talk that there will be a season 7.
Steven Knight recently discussed the upcoming season and a brand new plan stating that the series will continue in another form. Here we are breaking down every single thing Steven Knight had to say about the famous British Crime Drama.
Peaky Blinders Season 6: The British Crime Drama Is Ending | Know The Big Update
Steven Knight, the writer and creator of the series, came out with a statement on the official website of Peaky Blinders where he confirmed this news that the series is again back on its track and started production for the sixth season.
Steven Knight thanked all their fans and further revealed that the upcoming sixth season of Peaky Blinders is going to be the final season for the show and will be better than all the other seasons released so far.
Knight concluding hinted that even though the Peaky Blinders is ending, the series’s story will continue in another form, teasing to form a show’s franchise. Peaky Blinders, even though it may not have managed to grasp the audience initially, but nobody can deny how great the series is; it just slipped off the radar.
But soon, when Netflix acquired the rights to the series, Peaky Blinders became a massive affair for the OTT Platform, and fans have applauded the creator Steven Knight for bringing in the gang warfare from Britain after World War I onto the viewer’s TV screens.