The end of the line for Tommy Shelby. Or, is it?
After Tommy’s diagnosis, he begins trying to put everything in place for his family and the business before he inevitably dies.
Tommy seeks to alter history. Fate may have other plans.
While Ruby suffers from consumption, Tommy searches for answers in his Irish-Romani heritage, believing the Shelby family is cursed.
Tommy has to court fascism in order to conduct business and, maybe, change the world. Sure, Jan!
The IRA stake a bloody claim against Tommy’s business. How will the Shelby family react? Can they even stay together?
Tommy plans to kill Mosley and tame the fascist beast the man started. But will it work?
Tommy and Oswald get deeper into bed. But other, more dangerous things are happening, too.
Tommy has to make changes in the business, and in his life, to accommodate a post-Wall Street crash existence for the Shelby Company.
Aberama seeks revenge, while Tommy must forge an alliance with someone he loathes.
Tommy finds a possible traitor in the family’s midst. That’s got nothing on the gang of Scots after him.
Tommy’s troubles haven’t ended just because he’s in the House of Commons. In fact, they’re only getting worse.