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‘Peaky Blinders’ Season 6 Gets US Premiere Date

The British period gangster drama is finally on its way

“Peaky Blinders” Season 6 finally has a U.S. premiere date on Netflix. The show will return on June 10.

Season 6 is the last installment of the Birmingham, England-set period crime drama. It spans six episodes and began rolling out in February in the U.K.

According to Radio Times, the show set a record for TV viewing in Britain, netting 3.8 million viewers for the premiere, with a high of 4.1 million.

Set in Birmingham, England, “Peaky Blinders” takes place after World War I and stars Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby, a powerful member of the Shelby crime family. The fifth season of the show aired on BBC One in the fall of 2019 and launched on Netflix on Oct. 4, 2019.

Along with Murphy, the cast of “Peaky Blinders” includes Helen McCrory (“Skyfall,” “Harry Potter”) as Polly Gray, Paul Anderson (“The Revenant”,” Legend”) as Arthur Shelby, Sophie Rundle (“Bodyguard”) as Ada Thorne (“Shelby”), Finn Cole (“Animal Kingdom”) as Michael Gray, Kate Phillips (“The Crown”) as Linda Shelby, Natasha O’Keeffe (“Sherlock Holmes: The Abominable Bride”) as Lizzie Stark, Aidan Gillen (“Game of Thrones”) as Aberama Gold, Jack Rowan (“Born to Kill”) as Bonnie Gold, Charlie Murphy (“Happy Valley”) as Jessie Eden, Kingsley Ben-Adir (“Deep State”) as Col Ben Younger, Harry Kirton (“We Can Be Heroes”) as Finn Shelby, Packy Lee (“The Frankenstein Chronicles”) as Johnny Dogs, Ned Dennehy (“Good Omens”) as Charlie Strong, Ian Peck (“Endeavour”) as Curly and poet/musician Benjamin Zephaniah as Jeremiah Jesus.

Anya Taylor-Joy also reprises her role from earlier in the series in Season 6.

Speaking to Rolling Stone U.K., ahead of the show’s return, Murphy previewed a gripping final season.

“I think it’s going to be very intense,” he said. “The word we keep using is ‘gothic’. Yeah, it’s going to be heavy!” 

“Peaky Blinders” first made its debut in 2013. It comes from creator Steven Knight.

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