Peaky Blinders star Conrad Khan has let slip that the final season will be hitting our screen early next year.
Twenty-one-year-old Khan has joined the show for its sixth and final season and in a recent interview has revealed that we don't have too long to wait until it finally lands on BBC.
Khan told Radio Times: "That comes out, from what I last heard - I mean, these things change so quickly - I think that will come out next February, the beginning of next year.
"There was so much footage, so many episodes, that it does take a while to edit - six months or something."
Khan, who also stars in BBC's Baptiste, said he wrapped filming earlier this year.
"Yeah I finished that a few months ago now," he said.
"That was super enjoyable. It's quite different to [Baptiste] in a sense that it's more action based rather than psychological drama, but that was such an amazing experience.
"I met a lot of highly esteemed actors. It feels like a different world now because I've just been at home, working on my uni stuff and reading, so it does feel like a different world."
As well as Khan, earlier this year it was revealed that Time actor Stephen Graham had joined the cast for the final season.
Sharing a snap of Graham in costume, a tweet from the show's official account read: "We're thrilled that @StephenGraham73 has joined the cast of #PeakyBlinders series 6."
And the Scouse star appears to have been absolutely delighted to have been working with Cillian Murphy.
Speaking to Chris Moyles on Radio X back in June, he said: "Cillian's such a wonderful actor, he's amazing and what a lovely, lovely, lovely fella.
"To the extent, Chris, where there was a couple of moments - I had to pinch myself a couple of times because I was sat there in a scene with him, doing a rehearsal and stuff and I've kinda gone, 'Ahh that's Tommy Shelby!'"
He added: "He's just an absolutely lovely fella and a phenomenal actor."
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