Peaky Blinders Season 6 will begin immediately after the events of Season 5.
Tommy Shelby failed to assassinate Oswald Mosley in the previous season after his scheme was disrupted, putting him into a spiral. Tommy finished the season talking to his dead wife, Grace Shelby, and it appears that this isn't the end of his downward spiral.
What Will Happen in Peaky Blinders Season 6?
The Peaky Blinders Season 6 trailer shows an older Tommy, who has clearly survived the horrors of Season 5, only to discover new ones. Season 6 will, like the other seasons, presumably skip forward in time a few years, enabling the previous season's events to play out until new fights for the gang emerge.
The final episode of Season 5 aired in December 1929, and Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight has revealed that the story would end when the Blitz in England begins in September 1940.
So, how does Peaky Blinders conclude?
Saved By Grace?
Tommy was shown struggling with Grace's memory and suffering the PTSD that has plagued him since the war in Season 5's finale. He is led to the field by his hallucinations, where he considers suicide.
However, because Cillian Murphy is seen in the Season 6 trailer, it is clear that he did not commit suicide at that time. Grace's hallucinations may persuade him to give up his nefarious activities and become the legitimate businessman she knows he is capable of.
If Tommy takes this course, viewers may witness the breakup of the Peaky Blinders, as members of the family branch out into other sectors of the family business.
Tommy will also face a slew of foes in Peaky Blinders Season 6. Because Mosley is still on the loose following the failed assassination attempt, Tommy will undoubtedly conflict with a number of people on the show. However, Murphy also stated that most of the fighting in the final season will be "psychological."
It's unknown how Peaky Blinders Season 6 will conclude for Tommy and his family. However, Knight has stated that he intends the series to end at the start of World War II. "I set off with a destination usually,” he told Express.co.uk.
“The main destination is the end of the whole thing, which is the start of the Second World War. And I know what scene that is going to be, I know how it’s going to end.”