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On the season four finale of the BBC series, Knight said: “Hopefully it will end in a way that is expected and of course set up season five but not in a way that anyone will be looking for.” PEAKY BLINDERS SEASON 4 RELEASE DATEDepending on how Peaky Blinders season four pans out, the ensemble cast are likely to be back again for the next run which seems likely to comprise of six more episodes.
The Peaky Blinders cast have been part of the show pretty much since the beginning and so it's likely that most of the actors will be back with Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby, Helen Mc Crory as Aunt Polly, Paul Anderson as Arthur Shelby, Finn Cole as Michael Gray, Joe Cole as John Shelby, Natasha O’ Keeffe as Lizzie Stark and Aimee-Ffion Edwards as Esme Shelby, and Sophie Rundle as Ada Shelby.
Knight explained: “I’ve always had a pretty clear road map of how this works between World War One and World War Two, and it’s flexible in that you can get to the destination quicker or slower.
"So in may mind it’s probable that we’ll get there at the end of series five, it may be series six.”On whether season six would definitely happen, the writer explained: “It’s possible, the momentum of this show is quite extraordinary in that it seems to be getting bigger and more popular and there seems to be more energy with each one.
Oscar winner Adrien Brody and Game of Thrones actor Aidan Gillen will be featuring in season four and play a pivotal part in the story.
PEAKY BLINDERS SEASON 4 START TIMEThere is no word yet whether there will be a Peaky Blinders season six, however given the show’s popularity it looks likely to be renewed for another run.
So I’m going to start writing that very soon and we will start shooting it next year.
We are an organisation of a different dimension.“They're coming for us all – we don't get to decide who lives or dies.”The trailer reveals that Tom Hardy returns as Alfie Solomons, but things don’t look quite as good for Polly Gray (Helen Mc Crory), who is seen being led to a noose.
While there is no trailer, fans are likely to get some teasers from the forthcoming run.
Season four is currently airing on BBC Two and will be coming to a conclusion next week that it will take it into season five Steve Knight, who created the BBC drama, told uk exclusively about season five: “It’s in my head, it’s not the best place for it to be.
Knight added: “It will be the normal turn around, it would be [airing in] spring of 2019.” WILL THERE BE ANOTHER SEASON OF PEAKY BLINDERS?
Knight declined to give any details about what will happen in season five, saying: “I don’t want to give away how series four ends because it’s going to go in a particular direction.”His words suggest that there will be a big plot development in the season four finale that could change the course of the drama.