Netflix confirms Peaky Blinders season 5 release date for international fans so everyone can chill
By order of the Peaky Blinders…season 5 is going international, folks!
Instead of waiting for absolutely ages to see what the Shelby boys are up to this time, fans across the world will only have to get their latest fix a month later than the UK.
Hey, if you get Killing Eve first, were keeping our Peaky Blinders as payback.
The show is due to return on 25 August pride of place on the BBC One primetime slot, but Netflix will be fast on their heels and dropping it all shortly after the season ends on 5 October.
This time round, Tommy (Cillian Murphy) and Arthur (Paul Thomas Anderson) will be facing a new level of bother as the stock market crash of 1929 sends their business into turmoil.
With Michael (Finn Cole) returning to Birmingham from Boston, with a mystery lady in tow, its not long before they are back to their dodgy dealings to end up back on top.
Meanwhile, Tommy will come face-to-face with Oswald Mosley (Sam Claflin), a fellow politician who is about to become known as the leader of the fascist party of the era.
Tommy is left to decide whether to join him in his vision of the future of Britain, or to fight back – which is hard, seeing as his mental state is getting worse by the day.
Then theres Polly, who is somehow keeping all her boys in check.
The chaos that ensues is going to keep audiences gripped with promises of violence so extreme that Helen McCrory struggled to watch it.
With two more seasons confirmed to go, we all know that no matter what it leads to a major historical moment – the start of World War II.
Seeing as Tommy is still recovering from the effect of the war on his psyche ten years on in this season, we dont know how well this will end up for anyone.