All things must come to an end. Peaky Blinders aired its finale episode, season 6 episode 6, 'Lock and Key', on Sunday, March 6. While fans are sad to be witnessing the finale Shelby drama, they can look forward to the Peaky Blinders feature film set to begin production next year. More good news is the show's final chapter runs for a good 1 hour 19 minutes.
Here’s the synopsis for the series finale:
“A war veteran who fought in the trenches, Tommy Shelby has been a gangster, an entrepreneur, a captain of industry, a spy and ultimately a Member of Parliament. In the course of this odyssey, he has taken on numerous criminal organisations, business adversaries, foreign insurgents and the British Establishment itself. Now in the 1930s, as the clouds of the coming storm gather, he faces the consequences of his experiences and his actions.”
Where to Watch Peaky Blinders Series Finale
The series' last episode premiered last night on BBC One and BBC iPlayer in the UK. However, fans in other parts of the world can catch the notable Birmingham gangster in action on Netflix, but the season won't be available until the show finishes its broadcast run on BBC. Netflix confirms that the BAFTA-Award winning show will arrive in its catalogue on Friday, June 10.
Peaky Blinders Bids Goodbye
Early this morning, Peaky Blinders bowed out on Twitter with the post, 'Thanks for watching #PeakyBlinders. Thank you to all the incredible fans who have been a part of the journey over the past ten incredible years. We couldn't have done it without your support. Now we Peaky Blinders rest.'
The post wouldn’t be complete without Robert Viglasky’s photo shot of Shelby’s iconic hat resting on some folded papers, with a blurred background of what seems to be his office.
It’s the end of an era. Hurrah!