‘Peaky Blinders Season 6’ : Netflix’s official release date, cast plot, trailer and all you need to know so far.


Peaky blinders is a British period crime drama television series created & put forward to the audience by Steven Knight. The peaky blinders were an urban street gang based in Birmingham, England that operated from the end of the 19th century and just after the First World war. The group seems to grow out of harsh economic deprivations and comprised mostly of youth from lower to middle classes who in a way wanted to derive social and monetary power through robbery, violence, racketeering, illegal bookmaking, and gambling. According to the television series and the information collected about the real gang, they wore a signature outfit that included tailored jackets, lapel overcoats, button waistcoats, silk scarves, bell-bottom trousers, leather boots, and flat peaked caps.

Peaky blinders feature an ensemble cast having Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby, Helen McCrory as Elizabeth Polly Gray, Paul Anderson as Arthur Shelby, respectively.

As the fourth part of the series concluded, the director kind of confirmed that he wants to end the series by showing a family facing two types of wars, so he will be making another three series to complete it on a good note. The fifth season of the series telecasted on 25 August 2019 and finished on 22 September 2019.

There’s no specific release date of Peaky Blinders Season 6 as of now, but according to some sources, it would be around the corner by early 2021.

There’s no peaky blinder season 6 trailer as of now because Director Byrne told GQ that there is a certain plan that the shooting for the series mentioned above would start early 2020.

Nobody yet knows completely about the plot but we will be meeting more of Gina’s family in season 6. We will be seeing more of her world. According to Byrne, she will be shown as a manipulator, a player and will play a part in a wider plan. World war 2 story will kind of start blooming in season 6, now the rumors of war coming up will be proved correct.

We will, however, continue to see more of the Shelby family entertaining us.