While the sixth and last season of Peaky Blinders has already begun running on BBC One in the United Kingdom, Netflix has announced that the rest of the world will be able to see the series’ final chapter on June 10 on its platform.
Cillian Murphy will reprise his role as Tommy Shelby in Season 6, alongside Tom Hardy, Paul Anderson, Finn Cole, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Sophie Rundle, among others, as well as Stephen Graham. Helen McRory, Murphy’s co-star, died in April of last year and will not appear in the final season.
One of Netflix’s best imports continues to be the fantastic British drama. The plot is set in the 1920s in Birmingham, England, and follows a gangster family. The series premiered on the BBC, although Netflix is the show’s international distributor (despite the fact that it isn’t a Netflix Original). Season 6 will not be available on Netflix until it has finished showing on the BBC in the United Kingdom. Season 5 of Stranger Things launched on Netflix on October 4th, 2019, about three weeks after it aired in the UK.
Season 6 of Peaky Blinders should be accessible on Netflix outside of the United Kingdom in late May 2022, based on previous additions.
As of March 10th, we can confirm that Season 6 of Peaky Blinders will be released on June 10th, 2022 in many areas (with the exception of the United Kingdom).
These regions include the United States, as well as Netflix India, Netflix France, and Netflix Japan. Season 6 of Peaky Blinders will eventually be available on Netflix in the United Kingdom, although it isn’t expected until late 2022 or early 2023, as Netflix must wait a year for the BBC to grant them the license.
When we look at the time between past seasons airing on the BBC and then being added on Netflix, we can see that the gap has actually narrowed.
Season 6 should be available on Netflix in October 2022 if we use the same amount of days as season 5, but we may have to wait longer.