Peaky Blinders season 6 sounds like it’s nearing the end of its journey to the screen.
The final outing for the BBC One period crime drama – at least on TV, as there’s a movie officially in the works – has been filmed throughout 2021 in line with stringent health and safety measures, and now director Anthony Byrne has shared an exciting update.
“We just finished cutting the final episode of Peaky…” he wrote on Instagram this week (November 10) alongside a snap of himself fooling around with editor Paul Knight.
“Still a lot more to do, but spending the last months with this talented f**k has been a great pleasure. He’s a great friend and collaborator and I couldn’t do what I do without him @pdknight.
“Why we’re in a field on a tree is as much a mystery to you all as it is to me..!”
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As they thirstily await the return of Cillian Murphy’s Brummie overlord Tommy Shelby, fans piled into Byrne’s comments section with their thoughts.
“Can’t wait to see this,” one replied. “But sad also that it’s the last season. It’s been part of our lives for so long now.”
“Can’t wait to see what you guys have been up to!” added someone else, while a third message read: “We can’t wait anymore to see S6! It’s gonna be epic!!!”
Not long now, people.