BBC Two names start date for series two of Guilt

One of the surprise hits of a few years ago was Scottish-set series, Guilt.

Starring Mark Bonnar, it told the story of brothers Max and Jake, who accidentally run over and kill an elderly man on an Edinburgh street and try to cover up the crime. As the show progresses, the brothers’ difficulties intensify and the story opens up to bring in other characters and storylines, within a narrative theme of guilt.

Now series two is just around the corner.

In an Edinburgh cellar, two gunshots ring out. Across town, Max McCall is released from prison. These two events gradually come together as Max tries to rebuild his life, and new arrival Erin tries to save hers.

When Roy Lynch rebuffs Max’s efforts at a reconciliation, Max turns to Kenny for help – despite their troubled history. However, this is a newly confident Kenny with a budding new relationship, and he provides Max with a tougher challenge than expected.

To help his daughter, Roy finally turns to Max and Kenny and forces them to help him. It appears that Max’s fall from grace is complete – but he has a secret motivation to reveal.

Guilt (series two): Thursday 14th October, 9pm, BBC Two (all episodes also available on iPlayer)

2 Comments Add yours

  1. murphsilver says:

    On Fri, Oct 1, 2021 at 8:39 AM The Killing Times wrote:

    > Paul Hirons posted: ” One of the surprise hits of a few years ago was > Scottish-set series, Guilt. Starring Mark Bonnar, it told the story of > brothers Max and Jake, who accidentally run over and kill an elderly man on > an Edinburgh street and try to cover up the crime. As th” >

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  2. Julie says:

    Giddy with delight there is a series 2.

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