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Guilt Season 4 Release Date, Cast, Plot, Storyline, and More

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Guilt season 4, the BBC Scotland miniseries that has drawn audiences all over the globe to its thrilling plot, has left its fans wondering if there would be another season of the show. Since it first aired in 2019, it has received applause from critics and the audience. With a high 92% Tomatometer score on Rotten Tomatoes, it has left its viewers asking for more unpredictable and unexpected twists for the titular brothers Max and Jake McCall.

As the show’s mysteries become more complicated and fans get more invested in the brothers’ quest to get rid of their guilt, questions about whether they ever succeed come to mind. Keep reading to find answers to questions such as the release date for Guilt Season 4. What is the expected plot for Guilt Season 4 ? What is the cast of Guilt Season 4? Where to watch Guilt Season 4 and more.

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Guilt Season 4 Release Date

Guilt Season 4 Release Date
Guilt Season 4 Release Date

As the show’s third season ends, fans have been left wondering if there will be another season of the hit show. The writer and creator, Neil Forsyth, has confirmed that the series was always meant to be a trilogy. So, the news for fans waiting for another season of the show is disappointing. We also have confirmation for the same from Max actor Max Burner.

Guilt Season 4 Expected Plot

Guilt Season 4 Expected Plot
Guilt Season 4 Expected Plot

The show has been comedic in dealing with the crime of killing an older man by the two brothers. The plot of the show revolves around several side characters who turn up and make things difficult for the brothers while they want to hide evidence of the same. However, fans will only see the bonkers once convincing obstacles for the brothers as there will be no other seasons for the show. Fans can now only imagine the various new side plots that could have been a part of the script in season 4.

Guilt Season 4 Cast

Guilt Season 4 Cast
Guilt Season 4 Cast

Mark Bonnar as Max McCall and Jamie Sives as Jake McCall shines as the two brothers who kill an older man while driving home one night. They are supported by equally impressive performances by Ruth Bradley, as Angie, the niece of Walter, the dead older man; Emun Elliot, as private detective Kenny who Max hired to address Angie’s fears; Ellie Haddington, as a blackmailing neighbour; Sian Brooke, as Max’s wife; and Bill Paterson as a local gangster. The cast creates the perfect ensemble for this comedic turn of events. Each supporting role is integral in making the show the perfect blend of comic, dark and touching work.

Mark Bonnar as Max and Jamie Clive as Jake has been a constant since the first season and would have been a welcome site even in subsequent seasons. However, since the show is officially ended, season 3 is the last we will see of any of these characters.

Guilt Season Recap

Guilt Season Recap
Guilt Season Recap

Max and Jake are two very different types of brothers who knock down an older man in a deserted Edinburgh street; their decision to cover up the accident leads to events spiralling out of control as a suspicious relative, a seemingly inquisitive neighbour and a drunk private detective all get pulled into the mess. No one is who they seem initially, as all characters have motivations. 

The subsequent season also introduces subplots of a prison term, Bill Paterson as a local gangster and the involvement of a mysterious Phoenix company. The dark, gritty and yet amusingly funny script and each subplot that come together in the end remark the series’ success amongst its viewers. The third season provides a chance for redemption for Max, Jake and several other characters in the story.

Where to Watch Guilt Season 4

Where to Watch Guilt Season 4
Where to Watch Guilt Season 4

The series is available for audiences worldwide to stream on BBCiplayer, Prime Video and Apple TV+. The 12 episodes divided into three seasons are perfect for binge-watching if you want a gritty comedy.

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