What time is Peaky Blinders on TV tonight?

What time is Peaky Blinders on TV tonight?

09/01/2019

Peaky Blinders‘ fifth season got off to an explosive start on BBC One over the bank holiday weekend, as the Shelbys returned to our screens.

With the series having made the giant leap from BBC Two, the action has now come forward to 1929 as Tommy (Cillian Murphy) furthers his career in politics – and comes up against Fascist leader Oswald Mosley (Sam Claflin), who is keen for him to join his party.

And with the first two instalments having seen Mosley get right under the skin of the Shelby boys, the scene’s been set for some explosive drama to come.

The third episode airs on Sunday night – but what time should you tune in?

Here’s what you need to know…

What time is Peaky Blinders on BBC One on Sunday night?

Peaky Blinders episode three is on BBC One on Sunday night at 9pm.

The episode runs for an hour ahead of the BBC News at 10pm.

There are six episodes in the current series, with the remaining three set to air on Sundays for the next three weeks at the same time.

If you missed any episodes, you can catch up with them on BBC iPlayer.

What’s going to happen in episode three of Peaky Blinders?

With the first two episodes having already brought us tragedy, unexpected death, and a whole lot of politics and violence, the third episode sees Tommy gathering everybody together to discuss recent tragic events before the Shelbys head for London to meet Mosley.

Meanwhile Linda Shelby (Kate Phillips) seeks advice from Lizzie (Natasha O’Keeffe) about her situation, Polly (Helen McCrory) visits Aberama Gold (Aiden Gillen) with a message from Tommy, while he sends out an urgent mission after it transpires one of the Peaky Blinders is in danger.

Sounds like the drama isn’t letting up any time soon.

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