Guilt season 2 has how many episodes?


GUILT season 2 is about to launch on the BBC and fans cannot wait for the mystery thriller to return. How many episodes are in season 2?

Guilt season two will be arriving on BBC Two this Thursday, October 13, and the Scottish TV series tells the story of two brothers. Max (played by Mark Bonnar) and Jake (Jamie Sives) were caught up in a hit and run and the second instalment sees Max released from prison. This website has all you need to know about how many episodes are in season two.

The second season starts off at an Edinburgh cellar, where two gunshots are heard across the town.

Meanwhile, Max McCall is finally released from prison following the harrowing events of the first season.

Max becomes involved in the shooting as he tries to create a new life for himself, whilst new arrival Erin (Sara Vickers) tries to save her own.

Max is once more drawn to Kenny (Emun Elliot) for support, despite all they have been through together.

Elsewhere, Roy Lynch (Bill Paterson) turns to Max and Kenny and forces them to help him with his daughter.

Season two will be made up of four episodes, much like the first season.

The instalments will air weekly on Thursdays at 9pm, and they will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

The hour-long episodes have not been given unique titles, and are simply referred to by their number.

Each episode will also be airing on BBC Scotland on Tuesdays, between 10pm and 11pm.

The series was created by Neil Forsyth, who was keen to show an intense relationship between two siblings.

Filming for season two began in November 2019 and a number of new cast members were announced.

Phyllis Logan, Stuart Bowman, Ian Pirie, Greg McHugh, Rochelle Neil and Sandy McDade will all be making their debut appearances in season two.

Speaking to Herald Scotland about season two, actor Bonnar said: “Max is a great character.

“He is borderline sociopathic. The appeal is playing a character who maybe does and says things that we don’t think we could get away with in real life.”

Bonnar also teased the new series would keep fans guessing right until the very end.

He said his character Max will prove to be a changed man in the new episodes, and fans will learn a lot more about him.

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