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I have another update to share - this time, Fandom's latest staff blog regarding the Featured Video area.
They are going to be making some experiments in order to find out what is best for that area, one of which is The Loop, a mini-show produced by Fandom that talks about content based on the vertical that the topic is about (for this wiki, it would be related with TV and movies). For more information, you may visit the actual blog post about it.
(If you are a newcomer to Fandom wikis and don't know exactly what I'm talking about - Featured Video is a video that appears above the content area of articles. Earlier this year, some changes happened so that logged-in users don't see these videos by default, but unidentified users can still see them when visiting wikis.)
If you have any questions about this at all... feel free to ask them!
Hello Peaky Blinders Wiki users!
I have been going around informing wikis about Fandom's newest blog about the Global Taxonomy project. To put it simply: the "related pages" between different wikis should start becoming more connected based on the relationship between their content. (It is similar to Netflix's recommendations of content based on what a person watched.)
So for example, for Peaky Blinders, if there are articles in common with another wiki, then these would be better connected in terms of sections of recommended pages to visit. I hope this is exciting - we should be able to start seeing some of this early next year.
For more information, feel free to check the blog post:
See you around!
In love with this TV show since the beginning as well as the actors that made this insane. I wanted to keep a bit of the spirit and display a picture of Arthur on my phone case, just wanted to share with you the website as I think other may be interested in :)
As usual, PB delivers. The scene between Alfie and Tommy was absolutely phenomenal. Only caveat, imo, was the incessant breathing in the background. I don’t know who’s “brilliant” idea it was to add that. It’s annoying and a serious detraction from the plot. I hope they nix that for season 6.
I am trying to find the name of the hotel that Tommy refers people to stay at in Birmingham because he has men at! Please help!
Greetings! It's just 9 days away till the release of Season 5, which means things are about to get a lot more lively around here.
Anyway, I'd like to announce the wiki now has a discord server that users a free to join!
Now, on to the more important part--- With the release of the fifth season, several things on the wiki will have to be updated and created. This will no doubt be a daunting task, so we are looking for users who are willing to contribute and help the wiki out! If you are willing to give it a shot, just say so in the wiki-editing channel on the wiki's discord!
That's all for now! Please check it out --- By order of the Peaky Blinders!
I know of people who have been raised by a so called uncle. Could uncle Charlie be Tommy's real father.
Tommy and John both share the same middle name of Michael. But on Arthur's office door it has Arthur W Shelby. As Arthur's middle name ever be mentioned.
So, i have been so addicted to this show lately and love so much about it. the one thing that has been getting to me though is that the writers dont seem to care anything about filling us in on the juicy material. the details get left out so often i struggle to figure out what is going on. theres not a whole lot of communication between characters and by characters i guess i mean between tommy and others.
i know that is the theme that they may be going for. to make him appear dark and mysterious, but i would also love to know the background before the ending. im wondering if anyone else has noticed this and found it frustrating or if im the only one?
How and why did they do what they did in season 3 ep 2? CANNOT believe it. It’s like Game of Thrones all over again with the red wedding. Need to speak to someone that can relate 😞
In series three both Audrey and Vincente Changretta have English accents, however in the following series Luca Changretta (eldest son) has an American accent with Italian inflection. Is this covering for an inability to do an English accent, or has Luca been in America since he was a small child?
Did I see a microphone about 19:30 in? Or could that be a light or some other home decor maybe? It shows up at the top center part of the screen, roughly the top center of the picture frame behind the bride and groom.
1909 appears to be a tragic year for the Peaky Blinders. There mother dies (assumption, possibly childbirth following the birth of Finn. There is a 10 year gap between Ada and Finn so late age birth?).
Arthur senior deserts his children, presumably following his wife's death.
Polly's children are taken into care.
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anyone have an explanation for the scene when Tommy takes out Danny Whiz-Bang near the end of the ep?
How would that be beliveable to the observers across the canal other than the splatter back.
Would a point blank shot have blow Dannys head apart?
Hello. I'd like to talk to someone responsible for that banner "NETFLIX Wikias". We would like to join in the banner, through Between Wiki - between.wikia.com, about Between a Netflix original series. Thank you. @ohsnapitzma