When Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) receives a mysterious letter on Christmas Eve, he realises that his entire family is in danger of annihilation. As the enemy closes in, Tommy flees his country house and heads to the only safe place he knows. Co-starring Helen McCrory, Paul Anderson, Aidan Gillen, Adrien Brody and Tom Hardy, Steven Knight's beloved crime saga makes a triumphant return to the streets of Birmingham in its most sensational and action-packed chapter yet.
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- Peaky Blinders: Series 4 review by PN
Season 3 and 4 of Peaky Blinders were masterpieces of suspense, twists and tension. This one was my favourite overall, although the mafia element to this series I felt was very charicaturised, I've never met old mafia so I could be wrong but the way he spoke seemed cheesy. As always there is family tensions, Tommy is trying to go his own way but gets enveloped back into Blinder business and we lose a main character too which was a shock to the family. Can't say much more without giving away the plot but the Blinders just keep improving series after series and this was incredible.