First Four Seasons Of Peaky Blinders Are Now Available On iPlayer
Yes, in anticipation of the new episodes, the BBC has treated us to a content dump of all four seasons.
The announcement was made via the show's Twitter account, which posted: "Peaky Blinders series 1-4 are all available to watch on BBC iPlayer now! Catch up, rewatch and get your whole gang involved in time for series 5 later this year."
Screw the sun, looks like this weekend is all about closing those blinds, cracking open the whiskey, and journeying back to post-war Brum for some bloodthirsty turf war action.
All aboard the hype train!
Speaking of which, apparently season five is going to be the 'best one yet', if the words of creator Steven Knight are anything to go by.
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In an interview with TalkSport back in February, he spoke about what to expect from the next instalment of the gritty drama, which will pick up in the late 1920s when the rise of fascism in Europe and the Wall Street Crash came into play.
Expect to see more about the gang's leader Tommy Shelby and his burgeoning political career, which was alluded to at the end of series four.
Knight said: "I can honestly say that it's [season five] the best yet. It's really good. It's fantastic and it all fell together beautifully. Great performances and I think audiences are going to be on the edge of their seats.
"I did some research because the new series starts in 1929. In that era, some of the most notorious gangs were in Glasgow. This [season] is about a particular gang called The Billy Boys who become an issue for our friends in Birmingham."
Led by Billy Fullerton, The Billy Boys were a Protestant street gang in the Bridgeton area of Glasgow that used to clash with Roman Catholic gangs during the 1920s and 30s.
The question is, will they prove to be a match for the Peaky Blinders? We'll have to wait and find out when the new season drops.
Until then, you know what to do - Peaking Blinders bingeathon, here we come.
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