BBC dramaPeak blinds”Has set a premiere date for the sixth and final season.
The show, hosted by Killian Murphy, will return on February 27th.
Murphy plays Tommy Shelby in the hit series.
The BBC published the news with a huge mural painted on the side of a wall in Birmingham with Murphy’s face, which was posted on Twitter with the caption: “Shelby is back in business.”
The mural was created by street artist Akse.
The fictional Shelby gang is based in Birmingham.
Shelbys is back in business.
– BBC (@BBC) February 15, 2022
Tom Hardy, Paul Anderson, Finn Cole, Anya Taylor-Joy and Sophie Randle are back in Season 6, which will also feature Stephen Graham.
In the new season of the show, unfortunately, will not be Murphy’s partner, Helen Macrory, who tragically died of breast cancer in April 2021. She played Aunt Polly.
“We just staggered through it all,” Murphy said recently Esquire. “She was a dear, dear friend, and she was a heart that was beating in this show, so it was very strange to be on the set without her. It’s hard to understand that if it weren’t for Covid, there would have been a completely different version of this show with Helen. But she was so closed and so brave and brave. “
The show was created by Stephen Knight in 2013. He said the new season will play a tribute to Macroro.
Season 6 will air BBC One and stream on iPlayer in the UK. Outside the UK it will be broadcast on Netflix.
A filming shots in 2023.