Hit 1920s series Peaky Blinders has been commissioned for a fourth and fifth series and we’re delighted!
The Shelby’s story, which features our very own Cillian Murphy and the gorgeous Tom Hardy, is set to continue after season three.
BBC Two have commissioned not one, but two more series from the shows creator, Steven Knight.
The show will continue in its six episode format and is likely to arrive in 2016 and 2017.
Steven Knight told the Hollywood Reporter that he is over the moon at the response of the third season and is very excited at the prospect of writing season 4 and 5.
“I am genuinely thrilled at the response to the third series of the show. The prospect of writing series four and five is truly exciting.
“This is a real passion project for me and I look forward to telling more stories of the Shelby family. If the first series was about diagnosis and denial, then the second series is about the journey that is undertaken when you ‘go public’ about the fact that your child is different,” he said.
Peaky Blinders is 3 episodes into the third season on BBC, and it will air in full on Netflix from May 31st.
As if this news wasn’t good enough, there are also rumours that the show will be commissioned for its own film starring Julia Roberts. Please let this be true!