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Much hyped Peaky Blinders season 5's release date has finally been confirmed. Tommy Shelby and family will be slow-mo walking back onto screens on Sunday (Aug 25), reports Digital Spy.
As we know, Peaky Blinders is moving from BBC Two to BBC One as it tackles the fallout from the Wall Street Crash, a new Scottish razor gang and the rise of fascism in the shape of real-life politician Oswald Mosley.
Peaky Blinders season 4 came to Netflix UK on December 19, 2018 – a year after it aired on the BBC, so subscribers will likely have to wait a while before getting this series, especially with the news that iPlayer will now host shows for a year after broadcast.
However, it should be noted that season 4 made its way to Netflix US on December 21, 2017, so while a US release date for season 5 has yet to be confirmed, it shouldn't be quite as long a wait.
The official plot synopsis reads: "Series five of Steven Knight's crime family saga finds the world thrown into turmoil by the financial crash of 1929. Opportunity and misfortune are everywhere.