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Peaky Blinders: Season 2 (2014)





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Series 2 begins with the Peaky Blinders looking to expand their operation into London but they upset some powerful people in doing so. Later; with the help of Tommy, Polly steps up her search for her missing son; Tommy initiates his plan to take over the southern racecourses; and with new ally Arthur in tow, the Peaky Blinders make a serious move on London's Eden Club.


Cillian Murphy
as Tommy Shelby
Sam Neill
as CI Campbell
Helen McCrory
as Aunt Polly Gray
Annabelle Wallis
as Grace Burgess
Joe Cole
as John Shelby
Sophie Rundle
as Ada Shelby
Paul Anderson (XVIII)
as Arthur Shelby
Finn Cole
as Michael Gray
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Critic Reviews for Peaky Blinders: Season 2

All Critics (7)

It was beautiful, a vengeance killing that touched on myth to find its impact. It made me hope series two of Peaky Blinders may not be such a mistake after all.

November 18, 2015 | Full Review…

Peaky Blinders is grimy, intense and quite watchable...

July 24, 2018 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

You can't go wrong with a good flat cap.

April 25, 2017 | Full Review…

This powerful, bloody, explosive first hour does set the stall magnificently for what's to come - and after this, you'd be a fool not to tune in.

November 18, 2015 | Full Review…

I'm happy to report that I fell hard for Peaky Blinders. However familiar its building blocks, the U.K. gangster drama is positively bursting with irrepressible energy, and it's proof that, whatever a show's premise, capable execution is everything.

February 20, 2015 | Full Review…

We mustn't begrudge writer Steven Knight the Brummie braggadocio that charged the virtuosic denouement to series two of Peaky Blinders.

November 9, 2015 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Peaky Blinders: Season 2

More of the same and not even Tom Hardy saves the show from a pace that drags on forever and doesn't take our characters anywhere new, maybe asides from Polly, who might be having something interesting coming up next. Still, very little Grace and Ada made me grow more tired of Arthur still behaving like a lil' spoiled kid with suicidal and raging tendencies. It's get old and so is the show.

Francisco G.

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