BBC Scotland’s drama series Guilt will premiere on BBC Two on Wednesday October 30th at 9pm, it has been announced.
Guilt follows two disparate brothers Max and Jake who, while driving home from a wedding together one night, accidentally run over and kill an old man on a darkened street. After making the panicked decision to cover their tracks, the brothers seem to get away with their crime. However, as neighbours and relatives of the dead man begin to suspect his death wasn’t as innocent as it initially seemed, the brothers find their lives rapidly falling apart, as their actions begin to catch up with them.
Their increasingly desperate attempts to conceal their guilt lead them further into a world where everyone seems to have a hidden agenda and they discover they can trust no-one, ultimately including each other. The drama series, which was created by Neil Forsyth, is produced by Expectation and Happy Tramp North and stars Mark Bonnar, Jamie Sives, Emun Elliot, Bill Paterson, Ellie Haddington, Ruth Bradley, Sian Brooke and Michael Nardone. Jules Hussey is the series producer, while Robert McKillop is the director. The executive producers are Neil Webster for Happy Tramp North and Kirstie Macdonald for Expectation.
TVWise’s UK Premiere Dates page has been updated with this new information.