Everything You Need To Know About Peaky Blinders Season 6

Season 6 of Peaky Blinders came to a finish with a bang. In the season 6 finale of the BBC drama, Tommy wrapped up various loose ends, including those of Michael (Finn Cole) and “black cat” Billy Grade (Emmett J. Scanlan). Even so, Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) and Shelby Company Limited will be remembered – here’s what we know so far about the show’s seventh season.

On the other hand, Tommy’s tuberculosis diagnosis was discovered to be a fake perpetrated by fascist Oswald Mosley (Sam Claflin) and Dr. Holford (Aneurin Barnard). While many were anticipating Tommy Shelby to die horribly, it’s now safe to say that if Peaky Blinders is to continue, Tommy has yet to attempt to “change the world.”

Tommy makes a triumphant return as the criminal mastermind who is always one step ahead of his opponents in the Peaky Blinders season 6 finale. When Shelby assigns Duke and Isiah the mission of assassinating traitor Billy Grade and banishing Finn from the Shelby household, Duke is welcomed into the Shelby family as a true Peaky Blinder.

The brothers’ plot to assassinate Arthur (Paul Anderson) leads to an epic battle pitting Arthur, Charlie (Ned Dennehy), and Jeremiah (Benjamin Zephaniah) against Laura McKee (Charlene McKenna) and her IRA band, with Arthur finally getting his revenge for Polly’s death (as well as the death of Laura McKee’s daughter).

Finally, Tommy and Johnny Dogs (Packy Lee) travel to Canada. He thwarts his assassination attempt by moving the explosives to another vehicle and fatally shooting Michael, who was about to be killed.

The awareness that Tommy is about to die has guided everything Tommy has done in the closing episodes of Season 6. At the end of season 6, Tommy closes his business, transfers his role to Sophie Rundle’s Ada, and then disappears into the forest, where his horses die.

Tommy, however, is inspired by a flash of insight to connect with his daughter’s spirit: Dr. Holford is with Mosley and Mitford during the couple’s wedding reception, and Ruby sends Tommy to the fireplace. Tommy’s death sentence is no longer impregnable.

He saves the anxious doctor (who has been resurrected by his fresh chance at life), abandons his wagon, and rides away on his horse, leaving a trail of clues for Peaky Blinders to follow in the aftermath of season 6.

Release Date

Peaky Blinders Season 6 will premiere in France on June 10, 2022. Netflix is streaming the episodes, as it has in prior seasons. They’ll all be available at the same time. There’s no need to wait a week between episodes like in the Marvel or Star Wars series.

Please note that we are discussing the French broadcast. You should be aware that Peaky Blinders was once a BBC program. Season 6 has therefore previously aired on BBC One in the Great Britain.


Cillian Murphy, of course, reprises his role in this sixth season. Thomas Shelby is still embodied by him.

Aside from him, we have the series’ regulars, such as Paul Anderson (Arthur Shelby), Sophie Rundle (Ada Shelby), and Anya Taylor-Joy. Tom Hardy (Alfie Solomons) will be there too.

The loss of Helen McCrory just before filming has tragically marred the production of this season. Polly was her character from the very first episode. As a result, it is not visible on the screen.