A SNEAK peak of the fifth series of Peaky Blinders has finally arrived and it shows gun-slinging Tommy Shelby in an exploding house and teases a major character's death.
The gangster fan-favourite show is preparing to make its debut on BBC One and the series 5 trailer released today shows it means business.
Tommy Shelby speaks over the top of gripping scenes during the one-clip, saying: "There is God and there is the Peaky Blinders.
"We own the ropes. Who's going to hang us now, eh?"
In the most fiery scenes of the series' history, Tommy is seen holding a gun at someone hung up on a crucifix before a massive explosion takes them both out.
His sister Ada is seen in floods of tears before telling him: "No one's going to hang you Tommy, you're going to hang yourself."
At the end of series four, Tommy was elected to represent South Birmingham as a Member of Parliament.
He looks to have soon made enemies with Sam Claflin's Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union of Fascists who says: "Mr Shelby, you've come to my attention.
"England lives tonight and marches on."
Meanwhile Aunt Polly is seen holding up a handgun and her son Michael Gray's got a new woman.
The explosive trailer ends with the haunting line: "Sometimes death is a kindness."
Peaky Blinders is expected to premiere this autumn as filming wrapped up in January 2019, but the BBC is keeping tight-lipped about a release date.
Teasing the trailer on social media today, the channel wrote: "Power comes at a price.
Get ready for the new series of #PeakyBlinders, coming soon to @BBCOne and @BBCiPlayer."
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