It’s been a long time since we’ve witnessed the adventures of Tommy Shelby and the gang and even though we’ve known that a fourth season of Peaky Blinders was on its way, the BBC haven’t exactly been forthcoming about when this might be occurring.
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Turns out it’s going to be sooner than we think though, at least according to Cillian Murphy. Speaking to On Demand Entertainment about the new series, he dropped the following bombshell about when it might be broadcast:
I think it will be the best seasons so far.
It’s pretty powerful, we’ve got lots of surprises.
It’s soon, it’s November I think.
That’s less than a month away you know – pretty exciting stuff. The show’s Twitter account has been moving into extra hype mode recently too, tweeting these images promoting the new series:
Yeah, all signs definitely point to it starting sooner rather than later, and with each season so far lasting six episodes, it would make sense as that would run us right into the festive season, which is normally full of special shows so all the regular series need to be finished by then. Makes perfect sense – we can only hope that it’s actually right.
For more Peaky Blinders, here’s the creator talking about when the show will eventually end. Seems like there’s a bit of life in it yet.