Peaky Blinders season 6: When is it released on Netflix? – The Sun

PEAKY Blinders fans have been waiting well over two years for season 6.

That wait is nearly over, and the show will be heading to the BBC soon – but some fans are wondering when the new series will drop on Netflix.

When will Peaky Blinders season 6 be on Netflix?

Peaky Blinders returns to BBC One on February 27, 2022 at 9pm.

It will run for six episodes every Sunday night.

At the moment there is no date for when the show will drop on Netflix.

Season 5 was available on the streaming site after the show had done it's full run on the BBC.

With this in mind, Peaky Blinders season 6 could be available to stream from around early April 2022 on Netflix.

As soon as a date is released, you'll hear it here first.

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Who is in the cast of Peaky Blinders season 6?

Fan favourites are returning for the sixth instalment of this hit BBC show.

Sadly Helen McCrory, who played Aunt Polly, won't be in  the new series as she sadly passed away.

The season 6 cast includes:

  • Cillian Murphy as Thomas Shelby
  • Paul Anderson as Arthur Shelby
  • Sophie Rundle as Ada Shelby
  • Annabelle Wallis as Grace Burgess
  • Joe Cole as John Shelby
  • Charlotte Riley as May Carleton
  • Natasha O’Keeffe as Lizzie Stark
  • Benjamin Zephaniah as Jeremiah Jesus

What will happen on Peaky Blinders season 6?

Fans of Peaky Blinders are desperate to see what happens next for Tommy Shelby and co – especially after the explosive finale in season 5.

But in the teaser clip for season 6 released in December 2021, it seems that things aren't looking too rosy for Tommy, as his sister and political adviser Ada Thorne issues him a brutal warning.

"Take a good look, Tom," she says in the clip. "Cos one of us isn't gonna be here for long."

And the official BBC account added a warning of its own when it shared the clip on its page on Monday.

"Always listen to Ada," the account added.

Ahead of the series finale – which premieres next spring – fans were also teased with another trailer that featured a familiar face.

 

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