In the upcoming third season of Guilt, brothers Max and Jake McCall will find themselves in a lot of trouble (and in something more, as this first-look image suggests!). once more.
Max and Jake were feverishly attempting to hide their tracks in the first season of the BBC Scotland and BBC Two drama, which aired in 2019, after they unintentionally ran over and killed an elderly man while returning from a wedding.
In the second season of Guilt, which aired in 2021, Max was freed from jail and made an effort to start over while becoming more and more enmeshed in the Lynch crime family’s world.
Max and Jake were both able to avoid the Lynch family at the end of series two, and they both moved on to new lives in Chicago. However, there is still one more chapter left to be written in their saga, and it will involve the dysfunctional brothers being dragged back to Edinburgh.
Guilt Season 3 Release Date
The specific premiere date for the series has not yet been confirmed by the BBC, but we’ll update this page as soon as they do.
Guilt Season 3 Plotline: What Can We Expect From It?
The brothers are back together in the third and final season of Guilt, but old and new foes force them to look for ever-more drastic answers to their issues, according to the BBC. Max and Jake hope to finally discover a future free of danger… and each other by delving deeply into their past.
Guilt Season 3 Cast Members: Who Are in It?
Max and Jake McCall, played by Shetland and The Rig actors Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives, respectively, will return to the series.
Emun Elliott as recovering addict lawyer Kenny Burns, Phyllis Logan as crime heiress Maggie Lynch, Greg McHugh as Teddy, Ellie Haddington as Sheila Gemmell, Sara Vickers as Erin, and Henry Pettigrew as Stevie Malone are among the other actors from previous series to make a comeback.
David Hayman (Help), Amelia Isaac Jones (Beast Of Burden), Tamsin Toploski (Slow Horses), Isaura Barbé-Brown (The Gold), Euan MacNaughton (Outlander), Anita Vettesse (Vigil), and Anders Hayward (Life After Life) are among the new cast members joining for the final episode.
Is There a Trailer for Guilt Season 3?
We’ll update this page if the BBC releases the third season of Guilt’s trailer, which they haven’t yet.
Jake and Max, two brothers, are in a car heading home from a wedding as the show opens. They decide to try to cover up the crime when they unintentionally run over and kill an elderly man on a street in Edinburgh.
The brothers’ problems get more serious as the play goes on, and the plot broadens to include new people and plotlines while maintaining the guilt narrative thread. For more details visit our website Jerseyshorevibe.com