By order of the BBC, The Peaky Blinders are back on our screen for the sixth and final series later this year.
Despite the much-loved Birmingham Selby clan leaving our screens, creator Steven Knight confirmed the crime drama will be turned into a film following the penultimate episode.
After a delay in filming, the sixth season will likely be added to Netflix UK, but before then will be available with the BBC.
The release date for series six will not be released until late 2021.
In the meantime, when can we expect from the final episodes?
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As 2020 permitted many filming schedules, the series only just started filming its sixth and final run in January 2021, meaning there will be some time before filming is completed and post-production will begin.
We can probably assume that like previous seasons, the sixth season will consist of six episodes.
Creator Steven Knight told Birmingham Live: "After the enforced production delay due to the Covid pandemic, we find the family in extreme jeopardy and the stakes have never been higher.
"We believe this will be the best series of all and are sure that our amazing fans will love it. While the TV series will be coming to an end, the story will continue in another form."
Peaky Blinders season six plot
Of course on the back of season five, we know Tommy survives his dramatic cliffhanger in the field with Grace's ghost, but we are yet to find out what pulled him back from the brink of suicide.
Season 5 and 6 director Anthony Byrne revealed what to expect from the next season while speaking on the BBC podcast Obsessed With Peaky Blinders.
Anthony said: "Gina, and whoever her family are, will make themselves known.
"She's from an influential family on the east coast of America. She's incredibly ambitious. She has great street smarts, but they haven't been honed.
"She's followed Michael on a whim, but very quickly starts to exert her own control on him.
Gina is played by Netflix's The Queen's Gambit lead Anya Taylor-Joy who has been at the forefront of lockdown watching.
Meanwhile, with Mosley historically set to marry his wife Diana Guinness at the home of leading Nazi Party member Joseph Goebbels with Adolf Hitler in attendance, perhaps a wider circle of evil is set to be shown in the series.
The Peaky Blinders production team have developed comprehensive production protocols to ensure that the series will be produced in a safe and responsible manner, and in accordance with government guidelines, during this time of global pandemic.