Peaky Blinders Fans Will Love Tom Hardy's Latest Netflix Series According To Viewers

Viewers are raving about a new Netflix series featuring Tom Hardy, saying it's a must-watch for fans of Peaky Blinders.

Netflix is renowned for its vast array of high-quality TV shows, from popular favorites like Stranger Things and Wednesday to critically acclaimed dramas like Beef.

The latest addition to the streaming service is a series starring Tom Hardy, which has quickly become a hit with viewers.

Taboo, a drama series featuring Tom Hardy, has been labeled as the perfect watch for fans of Peaky Blinders.

Hardy stars as James Delaney, a character who investigates his father's mysterious death after returning to England from Africa, where he had been for a decade.

The series was co-created by Hardy, his father Edward 'Chips' Hardy, and Stephen Knight, the creator of Peaky Blinders, with executive production by Ridley Scott, the director of Gladiator. The cast includes Jessie Buckley (Men), Stephen Graham (Boiling Point), and Jonathan Pryce (Tomorrow Never Dies).

Taboo originally aired on BBC One in the UK and FX in the US in 2017 and received positive reviews, including a 91 percent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Despite running for only one season, Taboo has been made available to watch on Netflix and has since gained a devoted following of viewers who can't get enough of it.

"If you liked Peaky Blinders you may try Taboo on Netflix," one fan suggested.

"Check out Taboo with Tom Hardy if you haven't seen it… [its] excellent," another viewer added.

"If you're a Tom Hardy, Peaky Blinders fan… The new Netflix series Taboo is epic!" another commented.

"Tom Hardy is the greatest villain actor in modern history and you can't change my mind."

"Taboo on Netflix is good if you haven't watched it already," a viewer advised.

"Taboo is without a doubt one of the best shows I've seen in a long time and probably Tom Hardy's best performance."

"Sucks it only ran for one season and it took me five years to even hear about it," a fan expressed.

Some viewers have described the show as a blend of Peaky Blinders and Game of Thrones, while others have been clamoring for a second season.

Fans of the series may be pleased to hear that both Knight and Scott have discussed the potential for further seasons, with the possibility of following James Delaney on his next journey.

In an interview with Radio Times, Knight stated: "We think it has got a two and a three certainly, that's the plan."

"After that who knows? This series is eight parts – it's a lot of time."

"We're thrilled people want to know what happens next and that the BBC and FX are up for more adventures with the devil Delaney and the League of the Damned," Scott added.

"Along with our international distributors, Sonar Entertainment, the BBC and FX have been great partners, supporting Taboo at every stage so it could be the dark, dirty brute of a drama that it is."