PEAKY Blinders has shared a sneak peek at the villainous Oswald Mosley in series 6.
The Peaky Blinder’s Twitter account shared a snap of returning villain Oswald MosleyCredit: BBC
Earlier this week we even saw Arthur Shelby return to The Garrison pub with armed guards.
The latest snap to drop is of British Fascist Mosley, played by Sam Claflin.
Wearing a crisp navy blue suit and rocking his signature moustache, the character looked every bit as dapper as usual.
The image was shared to the show’s official Twitter account and soon racked up plenty of excited comments from fans.
Sam Claflin plays the character, based off of the real British Fascist
Mosley wanted Tommy Shelby as an ally to secure the Midlands
“Need this show back in my life ASAP!” one fan gushed, while a second chimed in: “Just love to hate him.”
Mosley proved to be a disruptive force in Westminster in season five and had his eyes set on Tommy as an ally who could secure the Midlands.
Tommy kept up appearances with Mosley, but was secretly plotting to assassinate him during a political rally with the help of a friend, who served as a sniper in the army.
However, somebody betrayed him, as his gunman was taken out before he could deliver the shot, which may well mean Mosley is onto him.
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Claiflin previously hinted that Tommy Shelby would be “out of his league” in the upcoming final series.
“It all depends on Shelby really – in series five, he went from being a big fish in a small pond to being in the ocean,” he said.
“Seeing how little power he actually has in amongst the real power, against someone like Mosley, who was born into that world,” he added to LadBible.
“Shelby was out of his league and it was really exciting to watch, so you can expect there to be more of the same.”
The character avoided assasination in the series 5 finale
The new pic of Claifin comes after Michael actor Finn Cole teased a ‘downfall and addiction battle’ for the character in season 6.
Meanwhile his co-star and on-screen mother Helen McCrory, who plays Polly Gray, admitted that Polly had played a pivotal role in Michael’s corruption and felt conflicted about who to side with in the power struggle to come.
Elsewhere, fans claimed that Tommy and Michael are secretly planning to take down Mosley together – and their feud is all for show.
Peaky Blinders seasons 1-5 are available to stream on Netflix now.