Guilt Season 2: Star Characters & Release Date Update.

Guilt Season 2 Update: For those who haven’t seen series one, or just need an update, the primary period of Guilt introduced us to two siblings who end up being entangled in wrongdoing.

Jake (Jamie Sives) and Max (Mark Bonnar) could not be more different and do not often agree, but they unite after accidentally running over and killing an elderly woman on the way home from a family wedding. They decide to cover their tracks under Max’s influence, a high-flying legal advisor. They are held accountable in the end, however.

Guilt Season 2: Star Characters & Release Date Update.
Guilt Season 2: Star Characters & Release Date Update.

Update On Release Date Of Guilt Season 2

In the UK, there is a network that begins on BBC2 on Thursday, October 14 at 9 p.m. on BBC Scotland and BBC Scotland on Tuesday, October 12.

Star Cast for Guilt Season 2

Guilt’s second season will maintain all that fans enjoyed about the first season, bringing along the same principal cast that fans adored in season one. “Turns, turns, and trickiness” will be the theme of the four-part series, according to the BBC. All the main characters from season one will return for season two. The new season builds directly on the first.

In season two, it is not known where each of the key parts will be. Fans can expect, however, that they will bring their own degree of guilt to the table.

  • Mark Bonnar plays Max.
  • Jamie Sives plays Jake.
  • The role of Kenny is played by Emun Elliott.

Among the new cast, individuals are

  • Sara Vickers in the role of Erin and Phyllis Logan in the role of Maggie
  • Beginning with the principal season, Stuart Bowman assumes the role of Roy Lynch.
  • There are some new faces we are going to see: Greg McHugh, Ian Pirie, Rochelle Neil, and Sandy McDade.

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More About Guilt Season 2

Similar to the primary season, season two will be made up of four episodes.

It will air every Thursday at 9 pm on BBC iPlayer, and it can be seen on the BBC website.

There are no interesting titles given to the drawn-out scenes, just a number referring to them.

On Tuesdays, every scene will likewise air on BBC Scotland between 10 pm and 11 pm.

Neil Forsyth made the series, and he was quick to show a serious connection between two kin.

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