'Peaky Blinders' will be returning for a sixth and final season. But there's one face that won't be back.
While you can expect pretty much all the Shelby family to reprise their roles, led by Cillian Murphy's Tommy Shelby, another Murphy has finished with the show.
Charlie Muphy, who plays real-life unionist leader and Tommy's occasional love interest Jessie Eden on the series, told Digital Spy she's "done" with the show.
"Yeah. I'm done now," she said in an interview with the publication.
"But it was a lot of fun when we shot it. And that feels like an age ago as well. Which it was. It was about three years ago."
Jessie Eden first appeared in season 4 of 'Peaky Blinders'.
In the season 5 finale, Tommy saved Jessie from being arrested while protesting at Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists rally.
Charlie Murphy also confirmed she didn't film anything that was cut from the show, meaning she's unlikely to have been in the axed scenes that director Anthony Byrne explained had been cut from the final episode, to make Tommy's betrayer more oblique.
As for where the character of Jessie Eden ends up beyond the screen, Muphy said the woman herself went "to Russia and helps with the Communist Party there, and helps build the Metro system."
She added that she'd want the same for the character herself, as "you can't write anything better than that."
Creator of the show Steven Knight previously indicated there could be a movie finale for 'Peaky Blinders' after season 6. He also said there could be spin-off shows for some of the characters.
Muphy will be keeping herself busy in the meantime in any case. The actress is set to star in a series based on the video game 'Halo'. She currently stars in 'The Winter Lake'.
Season 6 of 'Peaky Blinders' is now shooting.