PEAKY Blinders fans have insisted that tonight’s Stephen Graham debut “rescued the show from another terrible episode”.
The actor – who has appeared as Hayden Stagg on the BBC One drama – appeared in a scene with Arthur Shelby (Paul Anderson) in Sunday’s season.
The newcomer has impressed fans with many praising him for “saving” the show and is looking forward to the new character confronting Shelbys in more scenes.
But many viewers have been disappointed by the series so far and have taken to Twitter to vent.
One viewer raged: “Thanks to Stephen Graham, for rescuing that awful performance of another terrible PB episode. Sort it out, completely killing this final series.”
Another posted: “Halfway through and this Peaky Blinders series is easily boring. Stephen Graham says it’s restored a bit. Feels like they’re saving everything for the movie.”
“Used to be good. Now unreachable. #PeakyBlinders,” a third commented.
A fourth person shared: “Hopefully the next episode proves me wrong, but does anyone think Peaky Blinders is too far gone from what made it so great in the previous series? #PeakyBlinders?
#PeakyBlinders has gone downhill, I think this season is going to be good instead of terrible. What happened to Arthur? “, another tweeted.
Another added: “This show has turned into every style in substance. The first three series were fun and raw. #PeakyBlinders”
But not all fans were disappointed with tonight’s episode, with some seeing the show going in a different direction.
One person wrote: “How come people don’t like this season, the show is maturing and it’s been great so far. #PeakyBlinders.”
Another agreed: “How can anyone criticize this series just because it’s not gangster enough. That’s not what Peaky Blinders is all about.”
BBC One viewers watched as Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) set out on a quest to find out if his family was cursed.
When his daughter Ruby was taken to the hospital, Tommy visited Esme Shelby-Lee.
Meanwhile, without her brother, Ada Thorne (Sophie Rundle) has taken over the Shelby family business.
She instructs Arthur to go to Liverpool to give a warning.
Last week, viewers were distracted for a very different reason after Tommy Shelby’s put it lively speech.
The fan made his eyes hot when he delivered not one but two intense monologues.
On Sunday’s episode, the MP of Birmingham South Tommy was engaged in a power game with fascists, freedom fighters and Boston gangsters.
During a local Labor rally, Tommy addressed volunteers with a passionate speech – aimed at helping the fascist movement gain a foothold in Britain.
He stressed that his teammates will not be silenced by Westminster about inequality between rich and poor.
“I’m going to collect those cries and bring them back to Westminster and I’m going to get them out of the park in the House of Commons, and let them try to be quiet,” he told supporters in a bouncy presentation. fire.
Tommy then delivered a second spirited speech in parliament, introducing a radical public housing bill.
BBC One viewers were mesmerized by Tommy’s cryptic speech and mesmerized by the Irishman.
One person wrote: “Can’t tell you a single second about Peaky Blinders plot, I watch that show to stare at hot Cillian Murphy for an hour a week.”
Another posted: “Political Tommy looks hot #PeakyBlinders.”
A third said: “The political Tommy is pretty hot-tempered. #PeakyBlinders.”
“Tommy Shelby preaching socialism is so fascinating. Beginners might want to watch this episode of Peaky Blinders,” another tweeted.
Peaky Blinders returns on Sunday at 9pm on BBC One
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https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/tv/4886778/peaky-blinders-stephen-graham-hayden-stagg/ Peaky Blinders fans all said the same thing when Stephen Graham entered the gate with Hayden Stagg