But the story will continue!
According to Variety, the BBC has determined that the sixth season of Peaky Blinders will be the last in the series. However, creator Steven Knight has made it clear that the story will continue in another way.
In an official statement, Knight said:
“Peaky is back in style. After a production delay forced by the Covid-19 pandemic, we find the family in extreme danger and the risks have never been higher, ”he said. “We think it will be the best [temporada da] series of all, and we make sure fans will love it. Even as the TV series comes to an end, the story will continue in another way. ”
Executive producer Caryn Mandabach reinforced the idea that the Peaky Blinders story isn’t over yet:
“With our amazing and dedicated partners on the BBC and Netflix, we have worked carefully to ensure that ‘Peaky’ can safely resume production; The safety of our actors and our team has always been our priority. Thanks to all the fans who have been so patient in supporting us. Steve’s scripts are amazing and mark the end of an epic story that has delighted audiences since its beginnings in 2013, but the world of Peaky Blinders is definitely still alive.
From the comments, it appears it was the Covid-19 pandemic that played a decisive role in the series being canceled. Now it remains to be hoped that the conclusion of the season will please fans. Despite reports that the story of the series is not yet over, no details of how the story may continue have been released.
The sixth season of Peaky Blinders does not have a premiere date. The series became a hit thanks to Netflix, which made all seasons available on the streaming platform.
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