Guilt 2023 start date confirmed for third and final series of BBC show

Guilt series 3 release date

The BBC has confirmed the start date for the third and final series of Guilt.

Written by Neil Forsyth (The Gold), Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives reprise their roles as brothers Max and Jake in the last outing of the comedy.

A teaser for the new four-part series shares: “The final part of the trilogy sees the brothers back together but enemies old, and new, cause them to seek ever more desperate solutions to their problems. Digging deep into their past, Max and Jake hope to finally find a future free of danger… and each other.”

Guilt series 3 first look: Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives lie in a muddy shed.

Guilt will start on BBC Two from Thursday, 27 April at 9PM.

It also will air on BBC Scotland from Tuesday, 25 April at 10PM and be available to watch online via BBC iPlayer.

Joining Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives for Guilt’s final series are David Hayman (Help, Avenger), Amelia Isaac Jones (Beast of Burden), Tamsin Toploski (Slow Horses, The Diplomat), Isaura Barbe-Brown (The Gold, Toast of Tinseltown), Euan MacNaughton (Outlander, Bridgerton), Anita Vettesse (Mayflies, Vigil) and Anders Hayward (Life After Life).

Returning for the final part of the Guilt trilogy are series favourites Emun Elliot (The Gold, The Rig), Phyllis Logan (Downtown Abbey, Intergalactic), Greg McHugh (The A List, Man Vs Bee), Ellie Haddington (Motherland, Crime), Sara Vickers (The Watchmen, The Crown) and Henry Pettigrew (Payback, The Crown).

Writer Neil Forsyth said previously of the final series: “We always saw Guilt as a trilogy so I am thrilled to be writing a final act for Max, Jake and some of the others we have met along the way. It is a story that will range from Chicago to Scotland, as our characters seek a final redemption.”

You can catch up with the most recent series now on BBC iPlayer here.

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