The series Peaky Blinders season 6 was thought to launch in 2021, but even that may be a stretch time given the confusion about the coronavirus has wrought on the entertainment industry. But us should count ourselves very lucky as the original plan was for five series investigating the violent activities of the Shelby gang, so we’re pretty lucky to be getting more.
As per the sources due to COVID 19. the series or movies Like No Time To Die, A Quiet Place Part II and many others, season 6 will be getting delayed. A message on the official social media Twitter feed on March 16, 2020, confirmed that the start of production of Peaky Blinders season 6 has been postponed.
Previously the director Anthony Byrne of Ripper Street fame, and the first to helm multiple Peaky Blinders seasons said to BBC Sounds’ Obsessed With Peaky Blinders podcast that I have no purpose when it would be out, maybe early 2021.
So that plunges the Peaky Blinders season 6 announcement date into more doubt. Whatever the announcement date is, Netflix subscribers will likely have to wait just for over a month after Peaky Blinders season 6’s BBC premiere, which is how season 5 was getting published.
Peaky Blinders remains an essential drama
The series Peaky Blinder is a rare thing a UK influence drama that has the cachet of bigger US shows. There is no surprise as more and more big names are showing up in every season. In the UK, viewing the figures for new episodes has got tripled since the show started that don’t be surprised if season 6 isn’t the last we’ll see of the Shelbys.