Peaky Blinders season 5 creator teases ‘unexpected’ Tommy Shelby conclusion

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The fifth season of Peaky Blinders has been full of twists and turns, and according to creator Steven, there are plenty more to come. As Tommy Shelby (played by Cillian Murphy) prepares to take dow fascist Oswald Mosley (Sam Claflin), he’s warned things won’t play out as fans expect.

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Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk from the Legitimate Peaky Blinders Festival, Steven teased: “There’s lots of tricks as ever. Lots of surprises.

“If you’re expecting something, it probably won’t happen, if you’re not expecting something, it might happen.

“It’s going to build to a climax, obviously there is the struggle with Mosley which continues and comes to a head as well as with the Glasgow gangs.

“So yeah, there’s a lot going on and as I say, a lot of surprises.”

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Steven didn’t stop there either as he went on to address Tommy’s plot for Mosley because as history shows, the fascist did not die until 1980 - quite some time after Peaky Blinders.

“It certainly will lead in series six which I’m just completing at the moment,” Steven explained.

“So basically lots of things will be tied up at the end of the final episode.

“Other things will be left, as usual, as a cliffhanger.”

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