Peaky Blinders series 6 FIRST LOOK – ‘I think I may have written your final act’: Tom Hardy is BACK as Alfie Solomons gets a message from Tommy Shelby  

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  • The BBC show follows the adventures of the Shelby family as they build a lucrative criminal empire in turn-of-the-century industrial Birmingham
  • A first look at the eagerly anticipated final series, rival Jewish gang leader Alfie Solomons – portrayed by a brilliant Tom Hardy – comes face-to-face with nemesis Tommy Shelby
  • Solomon quickly became a fan following after his series two introductions to the show, but it was believed that he was killed after being shot in the face.
  • While series six will be the last, the Shelby family is expected to return in a feature length film, though without the late Helen McCrory, who died in April at the age of 52.

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When the gritty period drama airs in the new year, Peaky Blinders will return with a new season and some familiar old faces.

The show, which follows the adventures of the Shelby family as they build a lucrative criminal empire in turn-of-the-century industrial Birmingham, is expected to debut its sixth and final series on BBC One in early 2022.

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And a first look at the eagerly anticipated swansong, rival Jewish gang leader Alfie Solomons — portrayed by a brilliant Tom Hardy — comes face-to-face with nemesis Tommy Shelby, played by Irish star Cillian Murphy.

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Welcome Back: A first look at the eagerly anticipated final series of Peaky Blinders features Jewish gang leader Alfie Solomons – portrayed by a brilliant Tom Hardy

With an ugly scar on his left cheek, the result of a fatal gunshot wound during the series two finale, he looks in bad shape when confronting the Shelby crime boss.

“I think I may have written your last act,” Tommy warns him, as the painfully short five-second trailer draws to a close.

Solomon quickly became a fan following after his series two introductions to the show, but it was believed that he was killed after being shot in the face.

WATCH: 'I Think I'll Have Wrote Your Last Work,' Tommy Shelby Warns Him, As The Painfully Short Five-Second Trailer Comes To A Closer

Watch: 'I think I may have written your last act,' warns Tommy Shelby as the painfully short five-second trailer draws to a close

Watch: ‘I think I may have written your last act,’ warns Tommy Shelby as the painfully short five-second trailer draws to a close

Exciting: The new clip first aired on November 28, but has yet to be made available online

Exciting: The new clip first aired on November 28, but has yet to be made available online

His survival was confirmed as series five drew to a close, but it remains to be seen what the fate of the troubled criminal awaits when the Peaky Blinders return for the last time.

The new clip first aired on November 28, but has yet to be made available online.

An earlier clip, which was released to the public more than a week ago, revealed little about the upcoming series, instead opting for a shot of Tommy in the gloomy streets or early 20th century scenes of Birmingham. Chosen to walk through.

Popular: Solomon quickly became a fan following after two introductions of his series on the show, but was believed to have been killed after being shot in the face

Popular: Solomon quickly became a fan favorite after his series two …

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