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BBC One modern Historical fiction has finally concluded its sixth and final season. The show circles around the hardships of the Shelby family as they struggle to maintain their position as Peaky Blinders. The show is set in Birmingham, England, starting in 1919, several months after the end of the First World War in November 1918.

The show is a highly appreciated and popular British gangster drama television series in Birmingham, England, and shows the exploits of the Peaky Blinders crime gang in the direct aftermath of the First World War.

The show ended on 3 April 2022 when it aired the final episode of its sixth installment. Since its arrival on 12 September 2013, the show gained worldwide recognition because of its beautiful aesthetics and brilliant performances.

Today, we will rate each season from its best to worst performance. The show ran for six seasons and had released thirty-six episodes, and it gave us some of the best characters while making us hate some of its plotlines.

The best season of the show is said to be season 4. It had the perfect balance of intense drama that kept fans on their toes. Spending six months in prison made the characters draw out some of their best personality aspects, and their struggles were beautifully captured. John Shelby’s death took the crown, and Tommy’s intricately planned move of having Arthur fake his death to lure Luca out into their trap.

Next, we will put Season 2. Beginning with the departure of Grace, the show introduced two strong ladies that had great chemistry with Tommy. Tommy’s strategy to team up with Alfie Solomons to secure a position in the London crime scene was epic. Polly’s revenge on Inspector Campbell was highly appreciated by fans, and the way it was executed was beautiful.

Season 1 of the show introduced us to this magnificent family who knows how to handle the cruel aftermath of World War. Their thirst for power and ambition to be on top made the show famous. The show’s opening was perfectly drafted and gave us a synopsis of what lies ahead in their stories.

Season 3 of the show opens with Tommy and Grace’s glamorous wedding. It was everything the couple imagined. Luxurious and expensive. It focused on grief and loss, one that shows us Tommy at what we thought was his lowest and sets a darker tone that complements his suffering.

Season 6 comes on the second last as it missed the critical element of the show, Polly. The show’s finale is the best episode of Peaky Blinders, and it delivers hopelessness and grief in equal proportions.

Last we have, season 5. The only thing we missed was Family moments as the focus of the series shifted to political matters almost entirely. Throughout the episodes, politics are a highly explored topic as Tommy builds his way up to the top.

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