Peaky Blinders unravels behind-the-scenes details of a powerful gang that roams the streets of Birmingham. The intriguing crime drama teakes place after World War I. Despite its darkness and action-centred drama, the well-loved series has inspired parents from England and Wales to name their kids after two of the characters in the show, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). View this post on Instagram Paul Anderson as Arthur Shelby in #PeakyBlinders Series 5. Starts Sunday 25th August at 9pm on @bbcone A post shared by Peaky Blinders (@peakyblindersofficial) on Aug 10, 2019 at 5:38am PDTHowever, while two names from Peaky Blinders gain traction on baby name lists, other names have decreased in popularity. For example, statistics claim that Alexa has dropped down on the list by a lot. View this post on Instagram Sophie Rundle as Ada Thorne in #PeakyBlinders Series 5. Starts Sunday 25th August at 9pm on @bbcone. @sophiesophierundle A post shared by Peaky Blinders (@peakyblindersofficial) on Aug 10, 2019 at 1:00am PDTNick Stripe, statistician, says that this may be due "the growth in the use of technology assistants in our homes". It would be tough calling for your kid while Alexa, the technology assistant, responds to you instead, wouldn’t it?Perhaps some of the names gaining popularity due to Peaky Blinders will eventually take over the two most popular names atop the boys and girls list: Oliver and Olivia.Want to know which names from the show have gained popularity? Tune into our video to find out—and you never know, maybe you will feel inspired to call your future child one of these names, too!