Were past the halfway mark of the current season of Peaky Blinders, and the shows proving as thrilling and compelling as ever.
The series has horrified viewers with some of its graphic action – from one character being crucified and shot to another having hot tar poured down his throat by way of revenge – but has attracted record viewing figures after switching channels.
Plus theres all the goings-on with Oswald Mosley as Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) continues his parliamentary career – and starts to trouble viewers with his persistent cough.
Weve still got three more episodes to go but what time should you tune in tonight?
Heres what you need to know…
What time is Peaky Blinders on tonight?
Peaky Blinders fourth episode will air on BBC One on Sunday night at 9pm.
There are six instalments in the series, which means we only have two more weeks to go – but those two episodes will air over the next fortnight at the same time on Sundays.
If youve missed any episodes, you can play catch-up with them on BBC iPlayer.
Will there be a season six of Peaky Blinders?
Although its not been officially confirmed by the BBC, creator Steven Knight has previously revealed he is working on seasons six and seven of the show.
We are definitely doing series six and we will probably do seven, he told BBC News last year. After series four it went mad.
Weve talked to Cillian Murphy and hes all for it, and the rest of the principal cast are in for it.
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