#PeakyBlinders boss teases Tommy Shelby's ending as drama returns - 'I do have ...

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PEAKY BLINDERS season five returns in just one week with Tommy Shelby thrown back into the thick of the gangster themed drama. However, with just three seasons left, it seems Tommy’s fate has already been decided by writer Steven Knight.

PUBLISHED: 21:55, Sat, Aug 17, 2019 | UPDATED: 21:57, Sat, Aug 17, 2019

Tommy (played by Cillian Murphy) has been the leading figure of Peaky Blinders, waging his criminal empire among the streets of Birmingham in a post-war era.

The gangster is about to have a whole new depth brought to his character as Tommy becomes an MP in the latest season on the BBC drama, going up against facist politician Oswald Mosley (Sam Claflin).

Writer Steven Knight has made it known there will be seven seasons of the historic drama, meaning fans are making the most of the show’s screen time whilst in lasts.

Having become somewhat of an anti-hero of the post-war era and a favourite amongst viewers, Tommy’s fate is also likely to be another question on fan’s lips.

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I do have something in mind for Tommy

Steven Knight

It’s fair to say, Tommy has made more than his fair share of enemies and with a new rival on the horizon, he’s not too short of becoming a victim of a deadly attack.

However, there’s no official confirmation whether the end of the series will lead to Tommy’s demise, but Steven has teased the character’s journey is paved out.

Speaking about the concluding chapter of his creation, Steven told Radio Times: “When I write, it’s a bit like dreaming.

“I just start writing a scene, and I let the characters start talking to each other. Sometimes I read back what I’ve written and think, “Oh, that’s what he’s doing…”” the writer explained of his thought process.

Referring to what could be Tommy’s swan song, Steven added: “But I do have something in mind for Tommy in series seven, episode six [ie the

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