The sixth and final series of period gangster drama Peaky Blinders was made available across the United Kingdom in February.
Now international viewers will have an opportunity to engage with the final chapter in the Shelby family saga after Netflix confirmed its global rollout on Thursday.
The show will be made available worldwide on the streaming platform from June 10, with the ominous proclamation that it had ‘one last deal to be done.’
Exciting: Netflix confirmed the Peaky Blinders season six release date on Thursday, as Cillian Murphy added that the final installment is the most ‘richest and deepest’
Coming soon: The latest and final installment of the BBC British gangster drama will be available to stream on June 10
In an interview with Variety, leading man Cillian Murphy said: ‘I think this is the culmination of the series that hopefully improves upon the last season and makes the most recent one the richest and deepest one that we possibly can.
The Irish actor, 45, who plays gang leader Tommy Shelby, explained that since the tragic loss of actress Helen McRory last year, the cast are ‘determined’ to make it ‘special.’
He continued: ‘Partially because of all of the pandemic s*** happening in the world and, of course, the really sad loss of [Helen] McCrory.’
Determined: Cillian, 45, added: ‘I think this is the culmination of the series that hopefully improves upon the last season and makes the most recent one the richest and deepest one’
He explained that the series works to ‘honor’ Helen and hopes that the show will ‘live up to her memory.’
Cillian added: ‘Her presence and her character’s presence are very much still felt in the series, and it is very much part of Tommy’s journey in the season. It’ll be different without her, you know. It simply won’t be the same.’
This comes as fans of the show praise the sixth seasons opening episode for its handling of Helen’s death.
Tribute: Following the loss of Helen McCrory, he explained that the series works to ‘honor’ Helen and hopes that the show will ‘live up to her memory’
Critics and viewers alike responded positively to the show’s return, with the episode dedicated to the memory of Helen, who played Polly Gray, following her death from breast cancer last year.
Tommy was still alive and kicking, having not shot himself in the field viewers last saw him in at the end of series five.
The episode also saw the burial of Polly Gray along with an on-screen tribute to Helen reading: ‘Dedicated to the memory of Helen McCrory OBE ‘Polly Gray’.
Return: Critics and viewers alike responded positively to the show’s return, with the opening episode dedicated to the memory of Helen