Season 5 just ended with a typically epic finale, We just enjoyed The Legitimate Peaky Blinders Festival and VR Game is in the works and there’s talk of a movie and various spin-offs. Season 5 director Anthony Byrne is officially confirmed that he’ll be the first to return for a second series and that work would begin very shortly. According to the Production, filming was due to begin in Scotland and Liverpool on February 11, 2020.
On 16 March, the BBC officially announced that Caryn Mandabach and Tiger Aspect, the filming companies which make Peaky Blinders, had stopped work on the show because of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak. After much consideration and in light of the developing situation concerning COVID-19 the start of production of Peaky Blinders shows 6 has been postponed.
He is also officially confirmed on January 26 that the show is in pre-production and shared an image of the script for episode 1 Black Day.
On November 12, 2019, Images circulated online of Cillian Murphy preparing to start shooting on set in Manchester and Liverpool but these images turned out to be from February and November month.
Knight and the cast have dropped some juicy details about the production of Peaky Binders series 6, the show’s potential upcoming guest stars, and which faces are set to return. We were so close to the start of filming season 6 and months of hard work by our very talented, dedicated, and hardworking crew.