The award winning epic gangster drama Peaky Blinders is set to return to our screens. Tommy Shelby and family’s much anticipated return to the lawless city streets of 1920’s Birmingham now has a release date and teaser trailer.
It’s been over a year since the thrilling finale of season 3, but the BBC has finally announced when the critically acclaimed drama Peaky Blinders is returning.
The broadcaster revealed that we can expect to see Tommy Shelby back on our screens Wednesday, 15 November at 9pm.
Last month we saw a teaser trailer for the new series, in which we see Tommy Shelby receive a mysterious letter on Christmas Eve telling him the Peaky Blinders are in "danger of annihilation".
The tease continues: "As the enemy closes in, Shelby flees his country house and returns to the streets of Small Heath, Birmingham where a fight for survival begins…."
While the series has seen the Shelby clan dealing with Russians and considering expansion into America recently, the upcoming episodes look set to bring the focus back to Birmingham.
As well as Cillian Murphy who plays Tommy Shelby, the rest of the regular cast are expected to return, as well as Charlotte Riley who played May Carleton in Series 2, as well as her real-life husband Tom Hardy who will be reprising his role as violent gang leader Alfie Solomons.
New cast members including Adrien Brody and Aidan Gillen.
As with the previous 3 series, Series 4 is scheduled to run for 6 episodes, but the good news for fans is that Series 5 has also been confirmed, although this is widely expected to be the last.
Check out the teaser trailer below.