Peaky Blinders’ sixth season was due to arrive in the autumn, but coronavirus has delayed filming indefinitely.
Though a release date is still unconfirmed production and filming for the new season was firmly underway before the coronavirus crisis. It is not known when everything will start up again.
Director Anthony Byrne's stamped all over the faint remaining hopes that the original release schedule might pick back up. While some productions have started filming again with social distancing in place – mainly big films like Mission: Impossible 7 – Byrne says that he's looking at working "with a view to start shooting early next year" instead.
"That feels achievable," he told Digital Spy. "Whether that’s true or not, I have no idea. If we did start shooting in January  we wouldn’t finish until May or June and then it’s another six months of editing."
Doubtless you'll already have sussed that that would mean Peaky Blinders being back on screens in early 2022 at the earliest. That would mean a gap of nearly two and a half years between the start of season five and the start of season six.
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