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It appears filming has finally wrapped on the last season of Peaky Blinders.
The show's director, Anthony Byrne, has shared a post on Instagram stating that the cast and crew are 'Done & Done & Done'.
While this is epic news because it brings us one step closer to seeing the final instalment of the legendary TV show, it's also bittersweet because this is the last time it will happen.
It's already been confirmed Season 6 will be the final chapter of Tommy Shelby and the Peaky Blinders gang and everyone wants to know how it will end and who will survive.
Speaking to Men's Health, the actor who embodies Mr Shelby so well, Cillian Murphy, said it will be weird to finally say goodbye to the character.
"It'll be very strange. I think probably when I stop, like a few months in, I'll have to process the fact that I may not play him again. I'll have to deal with that. But right now, I'm just still in it," he said.
He added that it's been tough shooting the final scenes without the incredible Helen McCrory, who played Polly, the matriarch of the Shelby family.
"We're all still deeply, deeply saddened. I'm deeply saddened and still trying to get over it. It's hard to think of the series without her. She was so much a part of that," he said.
"And always my favourite storylines were the Polly/Tommy storylines."
Cillian said the whole season will be dedicated to her.
As for when we'll get to feast our eyes and ears on the series: that's anyone's guess. It will have to go through all the usual editing and overlay processes and there will likely be a massive finale premiere to give the cast and crew a chance to say goodbye to all their adoring fans.
Director Bryne said the editing process for previous seasons has taken at least six months so you can tap that onto your calendar.
Cillian hasn't yet thought of what he'll do now that filming is done however he has already had his first big screen appearance in A Quiet Place II.
While this might spell the end of Peaky Blinders the TV show, creator Steven Knight has always said he wants to end the franchise with a movie. So while they might be wrapping the series for good, there's still a little more of the story to be told.
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