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Peaky Blinders fans were amused when Tommy Shelby killed his relative in the tense finale

The final episode of the BBC drama Peaky Blinders saw Tommy Shelby kill Polly’s aunt’s son Michael after he attempted revenge against the gangster boss.

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Peaky Blinders fans were pleased all the more by a massive death in the final episode of the hit BBC series.

Sunday night saw season six come to an end as Tommy Shelby arrived in Canada after his wife Lizzie decided to leave him.

The explosive 80-minute episode left viewers on the edge of their seats as Tommy and his grandson Michael faced each other once more.

Michael is determined to avenge the murder of Polly’s mother by killing Tommy and it seems he succeeded when a car caught fire outside.

However, Tommy was one step ahead of Michael and asked Johnny to transfer the ticking time bomb to another car.






Peaky Blinders fans were more than pleased by a massive death in the final episode of the popular BBC series

Viewers were thrilled to finally see the back of Michael and took to Twitter to comment.

“Yes! Get that Michael #PeakyBlinders,” one person posted.

Another tweeted: “Wowza. I can’t believe Tommy shot Michael like that in a #PeakyBlinders void.”

A third person posted: “OH MY F**KING GOD MICHAEL WHAT A SCENE #PeakyBlinders.”

And a fourth viewer added: “I let out a chuckle when Michael died.

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