Season 6 of ‘Peaky Blinders’: Director Says Show Isn’t Finished Yet After New Season
Peaky Blinders Season 6 has just concluded production, and fans are excited to see what the Shelby family has in store. Over the course of five seasons, we’ve watched Thomas Shelby try to move his family ahead by guiding them through shady Mafia behavior. It’s all drawing to a close now, but the TV show’s director indicated that it’s “not done yet” even after the series ends. What’s going on is as follows.
Is Season 6 of ‘Peaky Blinders’ the final season? The show’s creators discuss the possibility of discontinuing the series.
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While fans enjoy the Shelbys, it appears that Peaky Blinders Season 6 will be the final season of the show. And to reach to this point, the show had to go through a lot of hardships. The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak threw a wrench in production plans for 2020, affecting the show’s makers’ choice about when to terminate the series.
But the pandemic wasn’t all horrible. According to director Anthony Byrne, the extra time allowed the writers to fine-tune the screenplays for the right finish. “It’s given us the opportunity to go through the scripts again and really nail it, in a way that… I mean, these scripts were fantastic, and now that you have more time, you’re thinking, ‘What about this or what about that?’ Byrne elaborated. “And you think, ‘Wow, that’s a great idea.’”
Executive producer Caryn Mandabach also spoke about season 6. “This final season of our beloved Peaky Blinders is going to be the best one yet,” she told Deadline. “Steve’s [Knight] uncanny ability to be prescient about world events is only matched by his ability to make Tommy Shelby the most indelible character of our times.”
Director Anthony Byrne said the series is ‘not done yet’ after filming season 6
Director Anthony Byrne and Cillian Murphy behind the scenes on #PeakyBlinders series 6.
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